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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (September 26, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
'Idea Man' Doug Hall. Feingold, Jeff Interview 731
Autumn leaves: N.H. expert expects 'healthy' fall foliage. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 205
Brookstone Builders Inc. Brief article 106
Can N.H. weather the Wall Street 'hurricane'? State is faring better, but the numbers aren't pretty. Sanders, Bob 1701
Capital cap. 120
Citizens Bank New Hampshire and WMUR-TV have announced youth programming, housing, financial literacy and hunger as the 2009 categories for the Champions in Action program, designed to recognize and support nonprofit organizations for their contributions to New Hampshire communities. Brief article 105
Dover OKs expansion of Granite Village. Brief article 134
Eckman/Suffolk named contractor for Elliot project. Brief article 228
Entrepreneurs sought for 'speed dating' venture summit: 'different' format will link entrepreneurs, investors. Kibbe, Cindy 475
F & J Tote board. 188
FairPoint delays Verizon takeover again: 'we just want to make sure everything is ready for a smooth transition,' says a spokesperson. Smith, Ashley 538
Gregg urges change in financial regulation: the senator calls for streamlining and strengthening regulatory agencies. Landrigan, Kevin 596
How to fill the CEO information vacuum. Kimberly, Jim 580
Is buying a foreclosure property a good deal? There's a lot of risk, especially for first-time buyers. Cadorette, Andrew 648
Is there a train in your future? Cook, Brad 778
It's been making the rounds ... 115
Johnson to direct HEAL initiative. Brief article 246
Ledyard Financial Advisors. Brief article 83
Lower drinking age? It's a complex issue: the forces driving the global epidemic of harmful youth drinking run far deeper than the age of majority for alcohol. Savage, Seddon 1070
Manchester landlord files for bankruptcy. Brief article 237
Mark your calendar. Calendar 1108
Mass. firm sues over N.H. C&D burning ban: company charges state laws are unconstitutional. Sanders, Bob 910
McCain, Obama on retirement security, health care: AARP asks major candidates in selected races questions about the issues most important to its members and their families. AARP doesn't edit the candidates' answers. Here's what candidates for president had to say on the issues of retirement security and health care. Interview 768
Merrimack outlet mall OKd. Brief article 134
Mike Hill, retiring New Hampshire Hospital Association president, accepts the organization's James A. Hamilton Founder's Award for outstanding service in health care from the association's board chair, Peter Davis. 97
N.H. can lead in boosting solar energy: but federal solar investment tax credits are essential. Callihan, Jim; Gromer, Paul 584
N.H. foreclosures continue to rise. Brief article 326
N.H. tech exports fell in '07. Brief article 130
NHBR about town. 386
NHBR to celebrate 30 years at awards event. Brief article 254
Opportunity knocks: job corps chief to speak at diversity conference. Conference news 156
Ready, aim, donate. 102
Season's greetings: report: 2% visitor spending hike seen for fall. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 197
Shareholders OK doubling of Unitil shares. Sanders, Bob 328
Sign of the times. Brief article 184
Sleeping in nodding off at work can be a good thing. Rich-Kern, Sheryl 714
Smuttynose's Shoals Pale Ale tops magazine's list. Brief article 87
Star billing: EPA honors Claremont auto dealer. Sanders, Bob Brief article 305
Stock check. Table 663
Story's time: longtime Dover Chamber director resigns post. Brief article 227
SwANH's InfoXchange brings industry together: the October conference will highlight pressing topics in software production. 418
Take 5. Brief article 322
The art and science of employee recognition. Page, Heidi; Leclair, Debra 667
The difference between chambers. Comstock, Robin A. Viewpoint essay 521
The economics of ergonomics": implementation of an ergonomics initiative can boost employee retention, recruitment. Kind, Mike Editorial 625
The healing power of music: Concord Hospital program brings musicians to patients' bedside. Kibbe, Cindy 606
The price is right, or at least it should be: an asking price that is too high can reduce the eventual selling price. Robinson, O.J. 707
The price is right: citizens banking on unique loan discount. Brief article 211
There's no windfall to save us this time. Squires, James W. 745
Timely survey: N.H. low on list of credit card delinquency. Brief article 137
UNH economist sees long-term U.S. challenges; 'New reality' may await future generations. Feingold, Jeff 445
Weather produces a smaller N.H. pumpkin crop. Salisburn, Jessie Brief article 284
What automakers are offering for 2009: a look at what's new from top carmakers. 1889
Work and Family Summit: a vital opportunity. Smith, Malcolm Conference notes 589

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