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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (November 21, 2008)

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'Living United' strengthens community. Suter, Sue Donahue Brief article 341
58 percent anticipate that their organizations' revenues will grow in 2009. Brief article 87
58 percent of 450 surveyed said the first thing to go if budgets have to be cut would be the corporate holiday party. Brief article 85
A new study suggests there aren't enough wood chips in northern New Hampshire to justify all the biomass plant projects being proposed. Brief article 81
Anger mismanagement. 492
Antioch's Green MBA rated highly in survey: students, executives give program high grades. Brief article 193
Change of venue: Somers to replace Dufort at NHLRA. Hastings, Emily Brief article 243
Changing course: Franklin golf club sold at auction. Brief article 104
Class action title suit settled in N.H. Sanders, Bob 408
Coming to terms: Presstek reports lawsuit settlement. Sanders, Bob 244
Concord board OKs CVS variance. Brief article 88
Construction has begun on Centrix Bank's new Dover branch. Brief article 92
Daniel Webster launches tech MBA program. Brief article 195
Despite earnings, market avoids GT Solar. Sanders, Bob Brief article 294
Down for the discount: Zyla's closing its doors in Merrimack. 345
Elliot gives Seidner new role. Brief article 112
Enrollment continues to rise at community colleges: system enrollment is up nearly 70% over decade. 402
Evictions on the rise in N.H. Brief article 86
F&J tote board. 160
FairPoint Communications has notified Verizon that it will be ready to accept the transfer of Verizon's network at the end of January. Brief article 84
FairPoint puts a 'hold' on hiring: but jobs are expected to be filled by Jan. 'cutover'. Kibbe, Cindy 386
Fares will soon be going up for the Downeaster passenger train that runs between Portland and Boston. Brief article 95
Five communities targeted for foreclosure relief. Brief article 192
Franconia firm hopes to SAVE military lives: simulated driving project targets deadly vehicle accidents. Penney, Elizabeth 833
Fred B. Kfoury Jr. of Manchester, president of Central Paper Products Company Inc., accepts the Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester's 2008 Community Leadership Award from Dr. Steven Paris. Brief article 123
Green jobs: an economic bright spot: environmental sector could create up to 40,000 jobs, UNH study shows. Smith, Ashley 528
Gregg to discuss recovery plan at BIA luncheon. Brief article 135
Henniker condo ruling reversed. Brief article 136
How ergonomics improves the bottom line: one study found that every dollar invested in an ergonomics program resulted in $4 in savings. Kind, Mike 465
How to help employees buy in to change. Kimberly, Jim 690
In Loudon, a farming legacy is preserved: 150-year-old Miles Smith Farm feeds growing appetite for organic, local meat. Stone, Tracie 963
In recognition of its establishment of the state's first biofuels-only station and "congrenience" store, Simply Green Biofuels has been named the "Innovation Rocks!" Award winner by the New Hampshire Division of Economic Development's Business Resource Center for the month of November. Brief article 83
Internet ruling may keep rural areas connected. Brooks, Dave 777
It's been making the rounds.... 160
It's not the cash you burn, it's how you prepare to burn it. Gurau, Michael 859
Jay Minkarah, Manchester economic development director. Kibbe, Cindy Interview 596
Loudon elderly housing seeks OK for 45-year-olds. Brief article 220
Many New Hampshire residents who heat their homes with natural gas will pay up to 12 percent more over the next six months. Brief article 85
Mark your calendar. Calendar 1013
McLane Law Firm. Brief article 83
MVP unveils new N.H. health plans. Brief article 277
N.H. GOP offers only a paler shade of blue: the party offers only an echo, not a choice. Mosca, Ed 756
N.H. plays key role in education overhaul report: 'significant and meaningful' proposals lauded by ed commissioner. Kibbe, Cindy 833
NHBR about town. 258
NHBR seeks 'Outstanding Women'. Brief article 87
NHBR takes press awards. Brief article 119
North Branch Construction Inc. of Concord recently completed construction of a $7 million bus terminal, with associated maintenance and storage buildings and expanded parking lots, in Londonderry. Brief article 92
Pennichuck Corp. Brief article 80
Real estate offices charged with lead violations. Brief article 176
Remembering Al Sprague. Obituary 607
Settlements clear way for Concord affordable housing plan. Brief article 201
SNHU finds 'Go-Getter' south of the border: winner of Global MBA contest works at Mexico nonprofit. Brief article 300
Snowy Owl Inn. Brief article 84
State panel looks to halt human trafficking: commission seeks to make the crime a felony in N.H. Landrigan, Kevin 743
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 667
Summit someday? Mt. Washington seeks another world economic conference. Conference notes 179
Taking part in the recent groundbreaking to mark the start of work on the Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association's new 15,000-square-foot building at 30 Pillsbury St. 114
Taking travel personally. Morin, Mike 530
Technology brings stroke experts to Exeter: TeleStroke program launched in hospital's emergency department. 485
The 2008 election in perspective. Cook, Brad 734
The blame game: pointing fingers isn't good for business, says UNH prof. 352
The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua. Brief article 91
The Public Utilities Commission has decided for a second time that it lacks the authority to determine whether a $457 million upgrade to Public Service of New Hampshire's coal plant in Bow is in the public interest. Brief article 89
The return of layaway: as economy squeezes shoppers, old concept makes a comeback. Claffey, Jason 570
The world finds relief in Littleton firm's products: Tender Corp.'s presence continues to grow steadily around the globe. Stone, Tracie Company overview 904
There's help for survivors of suicide. Gagnon, Wayne; Gagnon, Marie Letter to the editor 465
They'd rather not. Brief article 238
This Bud is safe: jobs at Merrimack brewery safe for at least five years. Brief article 262
Traveler check: state's tourism industry adapts to trying times. Woodburn, Jeff 1204
TRB Development Group Inc. Brief article 97
Voting for change is only the first step. Oranch, Sheila Letter to the editor 418
We're all in this together. Norton, William 882
Why workplace flexibility? Why now? Smith, Malcolm 653

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