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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (July 4, 2008)

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$1m grant for Gorham biomass burner. Brief article 98
'No' means no: Virtek again rejects StockerYale. Brief article 237
... But do you look competent? Osborne, Susan 667
98 affordable units planned in Bedford. Brief article 145
A Web-based partnership has been formed involving five newspapers in the state--the Nashua Telegraph, Portsmouth Herald, Foster's Daily Democrat, the Laconia Citizen and the Concord Monitor--that is designed to feature listings of jobs throughout New Hampshire. Brief article 97
Air brakes? Soaring fuel prices could mean rough skies for airport. Brief article 217
All politics is local. Brief article 139
Are you guilty of being a software pirate? Berthiaume, Marc 628
BIA listening session elicits some surprises. Cook, Brad 610
Bully for you. Brief article 211
Can N.H. cash in on the mixed martial arts phenomenon? Rogers, Josh 740
CB Richard Ellis. 95
CPEX Pharmaceuticals (CPEXV)--a spinoff of Bentley Pharmaceuticals (BNT)--began trading July 1. Brief article 99
Design flaws: GT Solar claims technology was stolen. Brief article 217
Developer puts brakes on planned Nashua retail project: less than a year after winning approval, the landscape has changed considerably. Smith, Ashley 870
Electric Co-op to build eco-friendly hub. Brief article 234
Electricity prices are set to rise by double digits for large industrial customers of National Grid and Unitil Energy Systems Inc., according to documents on file with the state Public Utilities Commission. Brief article 81
Ellen Arnold, associate general counsel of Dartmouth College, has been elected president of the New Hampshire Bar Association. Brief article 93
Even chemistry is becoming green: the principles of green chemistry are rapidly becoming the paradigm. Fellman, Jack 743
F&J tote board. 269
Get mad when someone cuts in their lane or is slow to respond to a changed traffic light. Brief article 80
Gov. John Lynch has named Kristyn McLeod of Concord to be his new budget director. Brief article 85
Heritage United Way. Brief article 101
Hypertherm seeks to expand facilities. Brief article 194
iCAD begins study of virtual colonoscopy. Hughes, Rachel 204
iCAD. Brief article 95
Iraq and the credibility chasm: neither right nor reason require our continued military presence. Baird, Jonathan P. 779
It's all relative. Brief article 131
It's been making the rounds. 130
Law to enable renewable energy rebates. Brief article 217
Leases: the lifeblood of real estate investments. Scanlon, Dan 813
Looking for answers on hiring older workers? Tracie Stone 586
Mark your calendar. Calendar 810
Milk money: dairy farms enticed to convert to organic. Hughes, Rachel Brief article 218
Million dollar deals. Table 841
N.H. export surge driven by strong demand in Asia: China has become the state's second-largest trading partner. Simos, Evangelos Otto 597
N.H. Medicaid program chosen for national health summit: state is one of eight selected for Washington forum. Kibbe, Cindy 896
Network seeks enviro leaders. Brief article 137
New NHBR look: 'job well done'. Benway, Kate Letter to the editor 83
NHBR about town. 469
Nominees sought for NHBR awards. Brief article 246
North Carolina-based FairPoint Communications reluctantly agreed to a two-month delay in completing its takeover of Verizon's northern New England landlines after a consultant funded by regulators expressed concern about FairPoint's readiness to assume full control, the Maine Sunday Telegram has reported. Brief article 102
On the road again. Brief article 108
Osram lowers the boom on N.H. lighting firm: the lighting giant files patent-protection suit. Sanders, Bob 587
Pease expansion put on hold as $10m debt must be repaid. Brief article 233
Rochester airport gets a new life as state facility: Pease Development Authority gets what the city didn't want. Wood, Roger 1027
Saint Anselm College. Brief article 84
Sales or marketing: who's in charge? Nadilo, Rudy Viewpoint essay 748
Seacoast businesses team up for green awareness: while many companies are following sustainable principles, it hasn't always been easy to find out which ones. Kibbe, Cindy 1178
State officials in Maine say Zorb New England, the Danville, N.H.-based promoter of a new amusement ride, was operating it without a permit when a newspaper reporter was seriously injured during a media preview of the device at Lost Valley Ski Resort. Brief article 113
Stock check: representing a basket of stocks from N.H.-based companies or those doing a significant amount of business in the state. Statistical table 672
Taking a stand: Manchester business leaders help promote city. Brief article 229
Target: no plans in Epping. Brief article 145
The Home Care Association. Brief article 134
Travel Channel hosts Samantha Brown. Kibbe, Cindy Interview 527
Tyco suits re-emerge in N.H. court. Brief article 329
We're privileged to celebrate the Fourth. Pfundstein, Donald J. 505
Why not lower the speed limit? It would have an almost immediate effect on oil consumption. Editorial 494
Why schools should breathe easier: schools face a much wider variety of possible indoor air quality problems than typical adult workplaces. Lawson, Scott H. 672
Why Shaheen deserves our support: unity and effort are needed if she is to win. Cohen, Burt 523

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