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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (April 24, 2009)

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'Stimulus czar' Bud Fitch. Woodburn, Jeff Interview 555
54 percent of respondents said they wouldn't return to a hotel if they couldn't hear the other person on the line. 85
Aavid Thermalloy has laid off another 90 employees, most of them at its manufacturing facility in the O'Shea Industrial Park in Laconia. 84
Alice Peck Day Health Systems. Brief article 86
American consumers plan to spend an average of $123.89 per person on gifts for mom this year. Brief article 90
Bad sign: state's jobless rate catching up to national trend. Brief article 180
Baybutt Construction. Brief article 86
Bring back the real Judd Gregg: we need his leadership again on climate change. Leach, Ted; Keefe, Joe Law overview 523
Bring it on: N.H. defense firms like what they see in new budget priorities. Sanders, Bob 1126
Centrix Bank. Brief article 82
Changes ahead for Manchester. Cook, Brad 873
Citizens Bank New Hampshire and WMUR-TV have announced they are accepting applications from nonprofits for the 2009 Champions in Action for the third quarter, with a focus on financial literacy, and the fourth quarter, spotlighting hunger relief. 94
Climate change? Report: N.H. business-tax structure fair to middling. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 248
Coping with the stress of job loss. Page, Heidi 1070
Danny O'Brien, president of Portsmouth-based Ocean Bank since 2003, has announced his plans to retire from the post on June 1. 90
Differing views: N.H. sports bar faces $600k pay-per-view suit. Sanders, Bob Brief article 254
Don't define deviancy down. Sorg, Gregory M. Letter to the editor 421
Excellence in public service: Roy Duddy & Michael Vlacich: New Hampshire Business Resource Center, Concord. Brief article 310
Exchange fate: StockerYale delists itself from Nasdaq. Sanders, Bob Brief article 323
F&J tote board. 128
Faced with persistent complaints about FairPoint Communications, public utilities officials have imposed a new set of strict requirements to more closely monitor the company's progress. Brief article 90
Family anxiety and the economy. Smith, Malcolm 772
Fee fight: retailers attack credit card 'interchange' charges. Smith, Ashley Conference news 449
Fight of the week. 407
Flushing out the facts. Brief article 223
Former prosecutor discusses new role as federal judge: 'extremely, extremely happy' in new job, LaPlante tells lawyers' forum. Wolfe, Andrew Conference news 949
General Linen Service Inc. Brief article 82
Global recession slams N.H. exporters: N.H. exports fell by $32.1 million in January. Simos, Evangelos Otto 552
Gov. John Lynch has nominated State Rep. Tara Reardon, D-Concord, to become commissioner of the Department of Employment Security. Brief article 123
Healthy choices: MicroCredit-NH launches insurance web site. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 275
Healthy Eating Active Living Community Grant Program. Brief article 107
Investors deserve highest standard of care. Connolly, Mark Law overview 575
Is an income tax around the corner? State budget woes threaten N.H.'s economic advantage. Gatsas, Ted 560
Jewett Construction Co., Inc. Brief article 85
Judge backs Rollinsford condos. Brief article 121
Mark your calendar. Calendar 1119
Meredith bank, developer reach deal. Brief article 180
Meredith Village Savings Bank Fund has awarded $1,000 to the Laconia Endowment Educational Foundation in support of its annual fund drive. Brief article 101
Merrimack County Savings Bank. Brief article 88
Michele Fausnacht of Moultonborough has joined RE/MAX Bayside in Meredith. Brief article 84
Million dollar deals. Table 455
N.H. House OKs capital gains, other taxes: rooms and meals hike, estate tax, gas and cigarette hikes also approved. Sanders, Bob 840
N.H. housing agency bond issue under S&P scrutiny: discrepancy over delinquencies at issue. Kibbe, Cindy 668
NHBR about town. 446
Patent 'reform': Deja vu all over again: new legislation can have a negative impact on N.H. economy. Remus, Paul C. Law overview 860
Prepare now for the recovery, but be patient. Norton, William 692
Presstek Inc. Brief article 92
Proactive 'distress management': planning ahead can mitigate commercial real estate problems. Sokul, John H., Jr. 792
Recusals put air council in a bind over scrubber. Sanders, Bob 774
RiverStone Resources LLC. Brief article 103
Room to move: Mascoma Corp. to consolidate operations in N.H. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 194
Setting Lincoln record straight. Fryer, Robert H. Letter to the editor 332
Sex appeal. Brief article 187
SkillSoft Corp. 80
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 649
Taxing carbon a pointless exercise. Bradley, Donald Letter to the editor 299
The Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce. Brief article 89
Tinkham Realty Inc. Brief article 169
Tourism conference has greater significance in '09: the industry's bottom line is no small matter in New Hampshire. Mccord, Michael Conference news 1093
Trash talk: waste management conference to examine policies, programs. Conference news 227
U.S. Sens. Judd Gregg, R-N.H., Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., Olympia Snowe, R-Maine, and Susan Collins, R-Maine, have sent a letter to the federal International Trade Commission urging the board to initiate proceedings to review a previous antidumping order against Tokyo Kikai Seisakusho Ltd. Brief article 131
USA Springs isn't dead yet: owner of water bottling plant given another deadline to avoid Chapter 7. Sanders, Bob 642
WBC's 'Business in Bloom' set for May 4: event to feature, speakers, workshops, vendors. Kibbe, Cindy Conference news 422
What do you do with an embezzling employee? An incorrect response can be rife with consequences. Nicholson, Neil B. Legislation 789
What makes the Seacoast economy tick? 2736
What's your backup plan? Berthiaume, Marc 667
Wiggin & Nourie. Brief article 259

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