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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (January 2, 2009)

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'Outstanding Women' deadline nears. Brief article 127
2008 comes to an end, thankfully. Cook, Brad 754
2008: the year in balloons. 488
A 21st century courtroom. Brief article 117
Anti-harassment policy is the best defense. Parent, Jennifer L. 748
Are you ready for the next generation of workers? Kimberly, James 777
Best practices: employers urged to apply for AARP award. Brief article 170
Blood bank? Legislation targets thumbprints, samples by banks. Sanders, Bob Brief article 331
Can intellectual property be 'imperfected'? When it's used as collateral, who is first in line in case of default? Remus, Paul C. 789
Cheap food comes at a high cost. Woodburn, Jeff Report 568
Citizens pays customers for reducing paper. Brief article 279
Community Development Finance Authority. Brief article 87
Cosmetics entrepreneur Kriss Soterion. Callahan, Kathleen Interview 607
DES denies Bethlehem landfill permit. Brief article 194
Dover waterfront project deadline extended again. Brief article 136
Fruitful deal: Mangosoft settles Skype, eBay suit. Sanders, Bob 310
Greenhouse gas sale brings $4 million to N.H. Brief article 150
Hooksett board discusses senior condo complex. Brief article 92
Job loss: industrial employment drops in N.H. Brief article 271
Managing a life lived in overdrive. Cilley, Adria T. 754
Mark your calendar. Calendar 1088
Martini Northern. Brief article 80
MYPN, SNHU kick off start-up challenge: competitors vie for $25,000, in-kind services. 481
N.H. property taxes among highest in U.S. 348
Nashua workforce housing ok delayed. Brief article 241
NHBR about town. 415
Nine-hole course planned at Atkinson country club. Brief article 94
Northeast Bank ok'd for Portsmouth office. Brief article 211
Payback: '97 Cabletron suit payouts ok'd. Sanders, Bob Case overview 289
Penalty shot: bill seeks to toughen shoplifting laws. Sanders, Bob Brief article 259
Public Service of New Hampshire is filing a request to set an energy charge of 9.92 cents per kilowatt hour, compared to the current charge of 9.57 cents. Brief article 93
Push for affordable housing at Pease gets boost. Brief article 119
Region is ready for economic stimulus. Brett, James T. 671
Report shows slight rise in '07 workplace fatalities. Callahan, Kathleen Report 169
Retail activity: what does '09 have in store? Fewer projects are on the drawing board for the new year. Scanlon, Dan Column 623
Sell My Timeshare Now, the Dover-based timeshare reselling business, recently received an $8.5 million injection of capital from the Edison Venture Fund. 113
Simply reaching out has a big impact: when good people work together good things begin to happen. Boynton, Paul S. 435
Some businesses thrive in bad times: the recession doesn't affect everyone equally. Callahan, Kathleen 821
State's first commercial biodiesel plant opens in Nashua: the facility turns used restaurant grease into fuel. Brooks, David 956
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 655
Strafford County has notified the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension it will no longer contribute to the service's funding. Brief article 83
Suit charges cover-up by GT Solar execs. Sanders, Bob 370
Take the time to re-evaluate your business insurance: soft market is an opportunity for savings, expanded coverage. Snow, Chris 767
Teach them how to think for themselves. Bourque, Ron 718
The Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion has joined the state's Open Invitation initiative, a new business recruitment program launched last month and aimed at attracting Massachusetts firms to the state. Brief article 94
The please-and-thank-you principle. Morin, Mike Column 529
The protocols of capital punishment. Alpert, Arnie 502
The value of hiring a safety-conscious builder: extensive safety programs are cost-effective and good business. Kingwill, Jerry 724
U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter says there is "not much chance" she will be able to overturn a decision to move more than 300 local AT&T call center jobs out of New Hampshire in late February. Brief article 91
Understanding what a venture capitalist's 'no' means. Gurau, Michael 578
Watch your wallet? Businesses fear possible tax hikes in '09 legislative session. Sanders, Bob 1819
We've made progress in fixing retirement system: the Legislature enacted important and long overdue changes to protect the system's future. Norelli, Terie 559
Work in progress: Manchester picked for 'when work works' effort. 381
Working smarter when you can't work any harder. Hessel, Greg; Hancy, Bill 561

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