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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (March 27, 2009)

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'Clusters' a direction for the new SBA Administrator. Gurau, Michael 721
2008: a rcord best for N.H. exporters: but global slowdown will hurt sales abroad in '09. Simos, Evangelos Otto 581
A bill spearheaded by state Sen. Deborah Reynolds calling for the state to hire a director to promote high-speed Internet access throughout the state has passed the Senate and now goes to the House. Brief article 102
A new study says that youth, in Coos County have strong ties to their communities, but feel they may need to leave them eventually because of a lack of opportunities. Brief article 82
A piece of the puzzle: lenders expect good things from SBA loan, rule changes. Sanders, Bob 2055
A program offering reduced tuition prices at Southern New Hampshire University's satellite locations has been so successful that the school plans to more than double its size next year. Brief article 107
A very happy 99th, 'Granny D'. Cook, Brad 797
Anger management. Brief article 291
As credit tightens, pawnshop clientele grows: one Nashua pawnbroker reports a 60% increase in business. Rich-Kern, Sheryl 949
Bank on it: First Colebrook takes $4.5m through TARP Program. Sanders, Bob Brief article 287
Clash reveals rift over Coos development; county leaders battle over region's economic direction. Woodburn, Jeff 1075
Condos may replace Rye Harbor restaurant. Brief article 127
Dartmouth voting 'prank' undermines government. Sorg, Gregory M. Letter to the editor 440
Don't bet on a gambling pot of gold. Hess, David 582
DOT commissioner denies toll idea. Brief article 189
Education and 401(k) participation. Sommese, Donald E. 401
Ex-HP site sold to Hudson RPM. Brief article 213
F&J tote board. 249
Further information: state Consumer Advocate has questions on FairPoint debt. Brooks, David Brief article 290
Gaining momentum: 55% initiative attracts 'charter partners'. Brief article 165
Gambling's not a panacea, but it can't hurt: expanded gambling can help solve state's revenue woes. Campbell, Richard 579
Higher driveway fees weighed. Brief article 93
How to keep legal expense to a minimum: much of the time, a company's legal expenses are avoidable. Crandlemire, Don 586
IT is the friend of an expanding business. Berthiaume, Marc 682
It's been making the rounds ... Brief article 135
Keeping track: rail effort gains more momentum. Sanders, Bob 439
Laughter is the best diuretic. Morin, Mike 523
Lawyers rate N.H. courts poorly. Brief article 146
Mark your calendar. Calendar 1287
Meal ticket: BIA plans 'Crossover' breakfast. Sanders, Bob Brief article 199
Million dollar deals. Statistical table 443
N.H. courts not yet in digital age: New Hampshire court records are open to the public, but you won't find many of them online. Wolfe, Andrew 559
N.H. is not alone. Brief article 137
New Hampshire's unemployment rate rose slightly in February, rising by a tenth of a percent to 5.3 percent. Brief article 95
NHBR about town. 350
Nobody does it better. Brief article 189
Optima Bank & Trust. Brief article 91
Presstek Inc. Brief article 83
Presstek's growth strategy has an international scope: digital printing manufacturer's reach has extended across the Atlantic almost from the Hudson-based company's inception. Stone, Tracie Company overview 866
Raising a real estate fund in a down economy: it's a difficult task, but not an impossible one. Gould, Stephen; Eklund, Paul 848
Roughly half plan to decrease this year's bonus pool by an average of 40 percent. Brief article 89
Seating arrangement: Pennichuck, largest investor reach deal on board. Sanders, Bob Brief article 222
Senate approves home renovation contract mandate. 421
Settled suit: Foss, creditors reach deal. Sanders, Bob Brief article 254
SkillSoft PLC. Brief article 127
Southern New Hampshire University's Alumni Assistance Program. Brief article 123
Stepping down: longtime Portsmouth hospital president retiring. 171
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 652
Take heed of COBRA changes: stimulus package includes sweeping modifications to health insurance law. Stevens, Charla Bizios Law overview 842
The doctor is on; telemedicine 'visit' fee backed by N.H. Senate. Sanders, Bob Brief article 194
The governor gets it right on residential treatment; we can no longer afford to invest in systems that are not producing results. Amoth, Craig T. 357
The hidden costs of neglecting IT maintenance. Aronson, Mark L. 587
The unemployment rate continues to rise, but New Hampshire employers are still hiring, albeit at a slower pace than a year ago. Brief article 89
TMS Architects, Portsmouth, and Phillips Exeter Academy recently collaborated on a faculty housing project in the O'Neil Court neighborhood that has resulted in a LEED Gold certification for the three new residences. 81
Two-term Democratic congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter has taken herself out of the running for the U.S. Senate seat in 2010. 80
UNH economist offers prescription for financial sector. 325
Value-building and exit-planning for business owners: during a downturn, it's crucial to set exit goals. Coyle, Michael F. 828
We need a grand bargain on climate change: the time is right for a bipartisan carbon tax. Morrison, Roy Editorial 623
WomensTrust founder Dana Dakin. Stone, Tracie Interview 637
Workplace trust: an important tool in tough times. Smith, Malcolm 775

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