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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (October 23, 2009)

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"The Lakes Region of New Hampshire: Four Seasons, Countless Memories. Brief article 84
55 percent said their companies are reducing bonuses and 26 percent said their company is reducing its 401(k) match. Brief article 91
A dangerous step toward euthanasia. Rowe, Robert Viewpoint essay 488
An interview with Manchester's Mayor. Nelson, Maria Interview 577
An organization that's on the move. Gouley, Laurie Organization overview 788
BIA, doctors back new discount drug program: N.H. Rx Card offers discounts up to 75 percent, says company. Kibbe, Cindy 661
Big boxed in: giant retail vacancies pile up across N.H.. Kibbe, Cindy 988
Bottomline Technologies. Brief article 129
Changing hands: Mass. company buys Nashua-based eCopy. Smith, Ashley Company overview 359
Churros. Brief article 204
Communities back four-lane I-93. Brief article 194
Community College System of New Hampshire. Brief article 81
Concord builder takes on labor agreement provision. Brief article 212
Conference targets obesity in N.H. Brief article 233
Democrats focus on keeping N.H. strong. Butler, Ed Viewpoint essay 389
Endowment, awards $883k for health projects. Brief article 234
F&J tote board. Brief article 186
FairPoint Communications business and community partner. Company overview 366
FairPoint says new network backbone in place: new technology aimed at bringing faster Internet service to businesses, homes. Brooks, David 622
Firm sues over Bethlehem landfill gas: Boston firm alleges facility owner reneged on deal. Sanders, Bob 870
Former hotel could become senior housing. Brief article 215
From its Dartmouth roots, firm takes on the world: with help from state, U.S. agencies, Dartware taps markets overseas. 688
Gaming commission is way off track. Casey, Joe Viewpoint essay 726
History lesson. Brief article 298
Hospital Association elects officers. Brief article 81
Hospital association honors St. Joseph chief. Brief article 245
Hospitality Triage. Nelson, Maria Interview 483
Is your business ready for H1N1? The possibility of several employees getting swine flu at the same time is a reality. Averill, Michael L. 711
Justices grill state in JUA case: high court puts government's $110m 'surplus' seizure under the microscope. Kitch, Michael 933
Keep tightening those belts ... Norton, William Financial report 655
Learning, and eventually profiting, from mistakes. Gurau, Michael 715
Legislative leaders from New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont will meet in Concord on Nov. 12 to discuss FairPoint. Brief article 81
Listening to the Voice of a Child. Organization overview 402
Loser's circle. Brief article 216
Mark your calendar. Calendar 1351
McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton P.A. Brief article 90
Mike Lopez--a distinguished career. Nelson, Maria Occupation overview 493
N.H. business will weather the storm. Dunphy, Jim 756
N.H. home sales rise for first time since '04: but median prices continue to follow downward trend. Kibbe, Cindy Statistical data 510
Next chapter unveils in USA Springs saga. Sanders, Bob 1225
NEXT win: N.H. loan fund takes home $5.5m national honor. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 296
NHBR about town. 483
NHBR celebrates business excellence: businesspeople, hall-of-famers honored at 7th, annual event. Kibbe, Cindy Awards list 495
Not a member of NHBR Network yet? Here's a sampling of what you've been missing. 845
Ocean Bank. Brief article 158
Pike uses 'green' paving method in N.H. Brief article 185
Road to recovery: N.H. economists say still 'in the eye of the storm'. 433
Rules aimed at protecting people from sudden hikes in interest rates on credit cards should take effect ahead of schedule, said New Hampshire Rep. Paul Hodes. Brief article 102
Shaheen unveils two health-care bills. Brief article 170
Sharing your expertise: a key marketing tool. Sink, Chuck 534
Smaller StockerYale: Salem firm sells laser business to Calif. company. Sanders, Bob 341
Sovereign Bank sues Keene jewelry manufacturer: suit says Findings defaulted on loan, precious metals. Sanders, Bob 329
Squamscot old-fashioned beverages. Yang, Jennifer T. Interview 411
Stanching the flow: N.H. bankruptcy filings slow slightly. Sanders, Bob 354
Stay work play effort still taking shape in N.H.: project aimed at keeping college grads in state to be unveiled at start of 2010. Chamberlain, Laura 934
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 623
Suquet Seafood Stew. Recipe 422
Tax cap is a bad idea for Manchester. Cook, Brad 774
Tess Stack Kuenning, executive director of Bi-State Primary Care Association, has been presented with the 2009 Norton Wilson State Regional Leadership Award for excellence in the health-care association arena from the National Association of Community Health Centers. Brief article 108
The importance of making a good impression: presenting the right image can help you land your next job. Kibbe, Cindy Editorial 786
The too-costly private option. Bradley, Donald Letter to the editor 229
The war for talent starts with retention. Alexander, Jason 710
Timberland Company. Brief article 110
Two of a kind: consultant says casinos would be his pick. 411
UNH begins a healthy commitment. 357
We can't neglect life sciences funding. Brett, James T. Viewpoint essay 629
Winemaker Amy LaBelle. Kibbe, Cindy Interview 609
Wire processing firm fills niche in global marketplace: Schleuniger's products are used in the telecom, appliance and defense industries. Stone, Tracie Company overview 952
Yarrow Farnsworth--photographer and storyteller. Farnsworth, Yarrow 629
Yucca with Cuban Mojo. Brief article 137

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