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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (February 13, 2009)

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2009 Outstanding Women in Business awards. 3315
50+: the changing face of New Hampshire's workforce. Stone, Tracie 833
60 percent of independent mechanics logged a rise in income over the past year. Brief article 81
A different perspective on real estate market. DeStefano, Jim Letter to the editor 293
A lesson in financial self-defense. Sommese, Donald E. 690
Addition by subtraction. Brief article 142
After 27 years of performing in Hanover, the Big Apple Circus says it's not coming this summer, and not for the foreseeable future. Brief article 97
Anatomy of an appointment: behind the well-kept secret to name Bonnie Newman. Landrigan, Kevin 432
Applicants sought for P2 award. 107
At least 10 people who live in the Keene area have thousands of dollars tied up in Agape World Inc., a New York firm whose owner is accused of investment fraud. Brief article 113
Batten down the hatches for the long haul. Norton, William 703
Berlin-based Northway Financial Inc., parent company of Northway Bank, and New Hampshire Thrift Bancshares, parent of Lake Sunapee Bank, have joined Monadnock Bancorp in accepting money through the federal government's Capital Purchase Program. Brief article 92
Bill would open state health plan to businesses: measure would let small firms buy in to state employees' plan. Sanders, Bob 1004
Developers move forward on Portwalk. Brief article 145
Don't scrub the Bow scrubber: Merrimack Station project is our bridge to a clean energy future. Long, Gary A. 609
Downtown Durham eyed for new UNH business school. Brief article 200
Ergonomic office equipment: pros and cons: there are benefits, and potential for misuse, of ergonomic solutions. Kind, Mike 835
F & J tote board. 176
Franklin Pierce to add wood heat system. Brief article 207
Greater Hudson Chamber of Commerce. Brief article 100
Hat trick. Brief article 283
Have we all been 'Minskyed?' 12 years after his death, an economist's work is right on the money. Kitch, Michael 703
Is New Hampshire 'smart meter' ready? Advocates say the new meters could lead to significant energy efficiency, but are consumers ready for them? McCord, Michael 1206
It's been making the rounds ... 108
Kimberly Paquette, administrator of the Montessori Children's Center, stands with pupils from the school and their chaperones, in front of the vault at Merrimack County Savings Bank in Concord. 90
Lessons from the ice storm. Bourque, Ron 765
Lobbyist Jim Demers. Spanos, Pete Interview 576
Lots of benefits from rail. Stremsky, Ken Letter to the editor 96
Mark your calendar. Calendar 765
Million dollar deals. Statistical table 967
Moving on out: Nashua software firm leaves for mass. Smith, Ashley Brief article 240
Moving on up. Brief article 86
NHBR about town. 150
Our energy future includes Bow: risky energy policies could leave us in the dark. Letourneau, Bob 495
Pending construction continues to slump. Brief article 218
Red tape mires Portsmouth federal building project: 'tremendous' development opportunity awaits work on government building at Pease. Wood, Roger 954
Revenues slow to a trickle in N.H. towns. McCord, Michael 705
Shoveling it, indeed. D'Alessandro, William Letter to the editor 126
Standex International Corp. Brief article 101
Stark message: HHS chief paints gloomy picture of his agency's mission. Ahern, Katie 351
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 646
StockerYale. Brief article 99
Study aid: web questionnaire seeks to Bolster N.H. manufacturers. Survey 200
Sullivan Construction Inc. Brief article 80
Taking TARP: 4 N.H. banks accept federal money. Sanders, Bob Brief article 184
The bright side: radio spot to highlight good business news. Brief article 204
Waste recovery: N.H. C&D suit remains alive. Sanders, Bob Brief article 303
Welcome to a new political world. Cook, Brad 865
Winchester machine firm adapts to the times: 'one-stop job shop' works harder to thrive in downturn. McCord, Michael 678
Workbook helps firms go green. 114
You gonna stand there and take that? Brief article 258

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