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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (January 16, 2009)

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'Rock' officials back Salem zoning change. Brief article 232
4 indicted on mortgage fraud charges. Brief article 177
A good bet: event will explore pros, cons of expanded gambling. 205
A modest proposal for the legislative process. Cook, Brad Column 746
A significant ramp-up of renewable energy use over the next five years to run cars and bucks and generate electricity. Brief article 82
Bill seeks to boost paid medical leave in N.H.: lawmaker says effort would 'incentivize' employers. Callahan, Kathleen 567
Bill seeks to disinter workers' comp ruling. Callahan, Kathleen 273
Buckle up: the recession is officially here. Norton, William 612
Budding entrepreneurs still taking the plunge: despite economy, business startups continue to New Hampshire. Kibbe, Cindy 1342
Choice theory: budget cuts may not stave off shortfall. Brief article 292
Civil services: first year was a relatively quiet one for civil unions. Brief article 166
Concord developer gets $45,000 abatement. Brief article 195
Connections and the networked family. Smith, Malcolm 664
DHMC unveils cutting-edge training center: technology, lifelike patient simulators uses 'experiential' learning. 626
Dogs gone? Lawmakers set sights on greyhound racing. Callahan, Kathleen Brief article 286
F & J tote board. 168
Fish tales: N.H. commercial fishing revenue rises. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 195
Food for thought: whole foods puts off N.H. plans. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 181
Goss International, embroiled in a long-running international trade dispute with a Japanese competitor, may get a boost from legislation introduced by U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter. Brief article 98
Gregg backs broadband, highway fixes for N.H. Brief article 134
Hot, flat, crowded--and broke. Beerel, Annabel 719
In an effort to better determine the level of impact due to last year's ice storm and flooding, the New Hampshire Business Resource Center wants to hear from companies that have been adversely affected. Brief article 113
In inaugural, Lynch warns of lean times ahead. Landrigan, Kevin 571
Insurance agency buys historic Laconia building. 85
Lawmakers: do no harm: decisions made in the current legislative session will be critical to the future of N.H. businesses. Roche, Jim 513
Loose change? Brief article 176
Mail merge: less mail may mean changes for postal service. 375
Mark your calendar. Calendar 1105
McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton P.A. Brief article 130
Merrimack hotel again up for sale. Brief article 150
Most can't answer even the most basic tax questions correctly. Survey 82
Ms. Senior N.H. Diane Durkin. Callahan, Kathleen Interview 546
N.H. exports hit all-time high in October: from January to October, the state ranked 11th in export growth among the 50 states. Simos, Evangelos Otto 735
Nashua mulls leasing parkway plot. Brief article 167
New Hampshire Banking Commissioner Peter Hildreth has denied Advance America's request to charge 365 percent interest on open-ended lines of credit. Brief article 110
New Hampshire Community Loan Fund. Brief article 81
NHBR about town. 382
Numbers theory. Brief article 126
Seabrook mall plan back before board. Brief article 89
Shortage of 'middle-skill' workers is looming. Miller, Darlene G. 548
Stock check: representing a basket of stocks from N.H.-based companies or those doing a significant amount of business in the state. Financial report 656
Stop the presses! Brief article 169
Taxing pot: as crazy as gambling: the public costs of gambling are greater than marijuana. Cohen, Burt 690
Test drive: Souhegan Chamber offers trial memberships. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 221
The business value of information technology. Berthiaume, Marc 671
The Center for Biological Diversity and the Vermont and New Hampshire chapters of the Sierra Club Environmental groups are appealing a U.S. Forest Service decision to open 1,000 acres of land in New Hampshire's White Mountain National Forest to logging. Brief article 89
The TARP dilemma: N.H. banks weigh the wisdom of taking Treasury funds. Sanders, Bob 1389
Towns prepare for new workforce housing law: some have hired consultants to help them navigate the law, others say they're trying to figure out if they already comply. Dupuy, Wendy 1268
Unitil puts ice storm costs at $10m: the utility also is working to repair relations with some communities. Sanders, Bob 970
Upper crust, here I come. Morin, Mike 492
What will '09 bring to N.H.'s economy? Normal conditions won't return to capital markets until participants re-establish mutual trust. Woodward, Vince 800
Wood study stirs call for innovation: Coos County leaders look for creative uses of low-grade wood. Penney, Elizabeth Report 844
Workforce housing complex eyed for Portsmouth. Brief article 94

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