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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (February 1, 2008)

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Annalee property sold for playhouse. Brief article 179
Back tracking: RFID bill retained for more study. Dornin, Chris Brief article 283
Bill would kill private toll-bridge project. Brief article 129
Bill would triple overweight truck fines. Sanders, Bob 348
Building green gives a business long-term benefits. Lawson, Scott H. 919
Cabela's TIF structure is a New Hampshire first. Duval, Robert 244
Calendar. Calendar 986
Call of the wild. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 279
Cap size: House OKs 36% payday loan limit. Brief article 333
Change in plans: Rochester bank scraps holding company offering. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 146
Concord-based stone products manufacturer Rock of Ages has sold its retail operations to PKDM Holdings Inc., a company owned by Rich Urbach, a former president and chief operating officer of the company's retail operations, and Jim Barnes, who acted as the chief financial manager of those operations. Brief article 103
Consider climate change policy carefully. Long, Gary A. 585
Container business suspended at port. Wood, Roger Brief article 332
Debra Weiss Ford, an attorney and shareholder based in the North Hampton office of the law firm of Devine Millimet, has been named one of the top 50 Women Super Lawyers in New England for 2007 by Super Lawyer magazine. Brief article 89
Durfee named '08 Engineer of Year. Brief article 158
Education and environment matters. Cook, Brad 884
Effects of the falling dollar are hitting home. Bourque, Ronald J. 811
Elliot eyes bonds for $86m project. Brief article 138
Employees can be a manager's best critics. Willax, Paul 755
Employees have an obligation in wrongful discharge suits. Volinsky, Andru 670
F&J Tote Board. 204
Former Manchester-Boston Regional Airport Director Kevin Dillon has been tapped to succeed Mark Brewer as the new chief of aviation in Rhode Island. Brief article 109
Geothermal heat is becoming a hot commodity. Quagliaroli, D.J. 676
H-1B visa program is broken, and it needs fixing: business leaders cannot be shy about making known their need for qualified foreign professional workers. Hildreth, Thomas W. 843
Horn-ets nest. Brief article 157
Hoyle, Tanner designs Carroll bridge replacement. Brief article 274
Industrial condo sold in Manchester. Brief article 102
It's time for business-owning boomers to plan for transition. Sklar, Daniel W. 897
Jewett building Ira BMW addition. Brief article 217
Jewett Construction. Brief article 81
Judge Coffey: do the right thing. Editorial 442
Landfill settlement benefits N.H. Ayotte, Kelly 421
Let the good times roll! Kibbe, Cindy 171
Long-awaited Granite Street exit nears completion. Rhodes, Kenneth Brief article 235
Make 'em laugh. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 310
MangoSoft Inc. Brief article 93
Mesa International, a designer and distributor of dishware and home decor, is closing its retail stores in New Hampshire and Vermont. 83
Michael Hill, president and chief executive of the New Hampshire Hospital Association since 1994, has announced plans to retire from his post at the end of the year. Brief article 106
Money for nothing: N.H. lags in state revenue study. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 202
Musical journeys. 107
N.H.'s leading engineering firms. Directory 3022
Nashua site sold for $8.3m. Brief article 160
Portsmouth hospital's $63m plan OKd. Brief article 91
Program offers enviro assistance to businesses. Brief article 203
Property tax killing middle class. Boutin, Tony Letter to the editor 407
Q&A with ... web designer Nick Soggu. Kibble, Cindy Interview 1021
Questions abound over greenhouse gas initiative. Sanders, Bob 1465
Recognizing outstanding individuals in health care. 417
REI Service Corp., the listing broker of 450 Charles Bancroft Highway in Litchfield, has announced that Plex Realty Trust LLC has purchased the 3,988-square-foot building and land located on Route 3A. Brief article 88
Rep. wrong on home births. Leonard, Carol Letter to the editor 283
Restoration, renovation take center stage at annual AIANH awards. Feingold, Jeff 1323
Senate OKs home inspector licensing. 473
Ski areas see benefits in sustainability. Kibbe, Cindy 1238
Small Business Day at State House set. Conference notes 425
Statements: Lynch's business agenda: tax credit, 'wellness' mandate. Sanders, Bob Brief article 302
Stock check. 1274
Strategies for dealing with a difficult employee. Dzailo, Phil 831
Taking the long view will strengthen region's economy. Norton, William 725
Tasting bourbon: a patriotic duty. Burden, Ernesto 976
The journey from bright lights to creative closets. Stone, Tracie Viewpoint essay 906
The midnight ride of Bob Smith. 485
The New Hampshire House has passed Senate Bill 131, which would mandate that insurers reimburse midwives who deliver babies in the insured woman's home--a practice that proponents say costs about a fifth of the price of a hospital birth. Brief article 108
U.S. Cellular is continuing its partnership with two New Hampshire agencies that support victims of domestic and sexual violence. 96
Will Clintons' attacks affect Shaheen? Cohen, Burt 564
Work begins on Appledore's new sustainable offices. 346

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