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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (November 7, 2008)

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7 more named DES Aspiring Leaders. Brief article 112
75 percent of respondents said they're never late on paying their wireless bill, though 90 percent said they'd delayed their utilities, ISP, landline telephone, credit card and rent or mortgage payment bills. Brief article 86
A long, but hardly close, relationship. Sanders, Bob 542
AARP seeks Best Employers from N.H. Stone, Tracie 716
Accept the challenge: program seeks input on N.H.'s most pressing issues. 211
AIA program aids communities. 287
Amid crisis. N.H. economy looks sturdy: while lending standards have tightened, credit is still flowing in the state. Smith, Ashley 838
At Gov. John Lynch's announcement of the Small Business Development Center's e-Learning program for New Hampshire entrepreneurs were, R. Scott Bacon, TD Banknorth, Department of Environmental Services Commissioner Thomas Burack and Robert (Skip) Myers of Daniel Webster College. 103
Book club: Toadstool named a top 'Yankee' bookstore. Brief article 147
Broadened ADA could mean more litigation. Aframe, Karen S. 806
Business services winner: James Grady, president and owner, LighTec Inc. Merrimack. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 165
Carolanne Caron, owner of Mom's Munchies, Merrimack, has been recognized by the Soldier's Angels Baking Group for going 'above and beyond' in sending scratch-baked care packages to troops serving abroad through in 2008. Brief article 84
CB Richard Ellis. Brief article 97
Centrix Bank. Brief article 97
Change at the top: Beyer taking his bow at Meredith Village Savings. Brief article 184
Community Bridges. Brief article 83
Court finds in favor of Dover on development. Brief article 139
Court limits Kozlowski property sales. Sanders, Bob Brief article 250
Do your homework during health plan open enrollment: employees should take a number of factors into consideration when shopping for best health-care options. Kibbe, Cindy 2196
Eastern League recognizes the Fisher Cats. Brief article 319
Eckman Construction. Brief article 82
Ex-employee: 'you got the wrong people in jail'. Sanders, Bob 1671
Experts traverse N.H. energy market. 223
F&J tote board. 149
Federal attorneys have reached a non-prosecution agreement with Penn Traffic, an upstate New York-based regional supermarket chain over its accounting practices. Brief article 92
Filing says U.S. attorney steered probe away from Benson; imprisoned Enterasys exec says he's a scapegoat for higher-ups. Sanders, Bob 710
Giving pause? Economic fallout sends a chill among state's nonprofits. Woodburn, Jeff 1653
Hampshire First passes $100m. Financial report 107
Head of the class: MacKay to succeed Reno as USNH chancellor. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 147
High hopes for Job Corps center: long-awaited Manchester facility expected to open in 2010. Kenny, Jack 1681
Homewood Suites by Hilton. Brief article 87
Idea men: 'Innovation Invasion' will celebrate ingenuity. Brief article 336
Is your investment real estate properly insured? Scanlon, Dan 739
Look around--it's not business as usual. Nadilo, Rudy 647
Machine firm to double size of Newport plant. Brief article 123
Maine, Mass. regulators may stall Unitil deal. Sanders, Bob 566
Making the rounds ... 218
Manchester auto training center an enviro model: community college's new facility first of its kind to be LEED certified. 655
Manchester loan fund brings jobs: program helps start-up, established businesses grow and expand. 741
Mark your calendar. Calendar 1150
Members of Business Networking International's Nutfield Networkers chapter recently visited The Upper Room in Derry to make a donation to this year's Cowboy Up for a Stronger Community Auction. 116
Monadnock Paper Mills an EPA Climate Leader. Brief article 134
Mortgage firm sues seven ex-N.H. employees. Sanders, Bob 344
N.H. exports fall from July to August: but exporters shipped 23.8 percent more goods than a year ago. Simos, Evangelos Otto Statistical table 970
N.H. in suit to reduce mercury. Brief article 116
N.H. real estate picture remains dreary. Hastings, Emily 389
New Hampshire Public Television. Brief article 130
Newport firm to build industrial park. 167
NHBR about town. 489
No effects in N.H. from stronger dollar--yet: exporters, tourism industry report little ramification. Kibbe, Cindy 485
One Liberty Lane, former headquarters of Fisher Scientific, is on the market. Brief article 87
Patrick Duffy, N.H. business leader. Cook, Brad 693
Peerless prognosticators pile on. List 298
Pierce Law gets high-tech courtroom. Brief article 211
Preparing for the worst, hoping for the best. Storey-Manseau, Laurie J. 807
Preventing disruptive behavior in the workplace. Parent, Jennifer L. 731
R&D credit: an investment in New England's future: the importance of the credit to the region is not simply theoretical. Brett, James T. 956
Regulators rethinking PSNH emissions scrubber. Brief article 108
Shanley Realtors. Brief article 83
Stephanie Lewry--Intown Manchester. Kenny, Jack Interview 923
Stock check: representing a basket of stocks from N.H.--based companies or those doing a significant amount of business in the state. List 671
Study sees shortage of livable-wage jobs: inventory of N.H. finds employment picture wanting. Feingold, Jeff Report 414
Subprime mortgages aren't the only problem. Bourque, Ron 703
Supreme Court Justice Galway to retire. 425
Taking a chance. 119
Taking exception to Kozlowski story. Gustafson, J. Letter to the editor 227
Tax credit designation for Rochester facility. Brief article 154
The 'Your Money Bus,' a project of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors Consumer Education Foundation, TD Ameritrade and Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine made a stop Oct. 28 in Manchester as part of its 'On the Road to Financial Freedom' tour. 90
The Army's Cold Regions Research Lab in Hanover may face fines of more than $100,000 for alleged hazardous waste violations. Brief article 87
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation. Brief article 88
The Catholic Lawyers Guild has presented its third annual St. Thomas More Award to Manchester attorney Peter McDonough. Brief article 106
The collapse according to Greenspan: the economic crisis is 'much broader than anything I could have imagined'. 689
The financial crisis shows us the way: the climate change crisis deserves similar swift, universal action too. Morrison, Roy 595
The Make-A-Wish Foundation of New Hampshire delivered a sweet 'thank you' to New Hampshire credit unions on Oct. 16, International Credit Union Day. 135
The Music Hall. Brief article 96
The New Hampshire Commission on the Status of Women has launched Better Jobs for New Hampshire Women, a new initiative aimed at developing a strategy to establish programs that will increase the availability of information for women seeking employment and the recruitment, training, hiring and retention of women in non-traditional occupations. Brief article 82
Turner unveils solar/geothermal design. Brief article 153
UNH student wins EPA fellowship. Brief article 125
University revs up 'Warmth from the Millyard': second annual coat drive launched by UNHM students. Kibbe, Cindy 486
Visa lottery offers chance at green card. Brief article 237
Watered down: USA Springs files reorganization plan. Sanders, Bob Brief article 298
Wind farm in Lempster picks up steam: energy expected to be produced by Christmas. Brooks, David 1110
Winners of 50+ housing awards announced. Brief article 134
With HQ for sale, Thermo retains major N.H. presence. Sanders, Bob Financial report 244
WMUR general manager Jeff Bartlett. Kibbe, Cindy Interview 678
Y's and wherefores. 162

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