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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (May 21, 2010)

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'Cowboy country': hospitality industry blasts local rooms and meals tax option. Landrigan, Kevin Brief article 336
Ad venture: FairPoint's 'bundle' commercials filmed in Portsmouth. Brief article 248
Adapting to the changing job-search landscape. Discussion 3224
Auctioneers Stephen J. Bennett and Harold French have been sanctioned by the state's Board of Auctioneers as they await trials on charges they rigged bidding on an antique painting sold during a December auction in Portsmouth. Brief article 102
BIA event to feature NAM economist. 170
BIA honors Broth for going 'Above and Beyond'. Brief article 102
BIA President Jim Roche. Sanders, Bob Interview 632
Broken immigration system must be fixed. Bruno, George; Cullen, Fergus Viewpoint essay 655
Brookstone comes up short in 1q. Brief article 128
CC Stephens & Co. Brief article 104
Celebrating the success of American entrepreneurs. Brief article 304
Change in ownership: Tenn. firm buys BrandPartners assets. Sanders, Bob Brief article 255
Concord serves up plenty to be 'grumpy' about. Cook, Brad 778
Concord Web design firm J Maze has created a new Web site for the Vesta Roy Excellence in Public Service Series, a nonprofit political leadership training program, vestaroyseries.com. Brief article 87
Construction firm finds path to sustained growth; advice from the local Small Business Development Center helps 'green' entrepreneur navigate challenges. Penland, Dolly 836
Court backs Web site on free speech. Brief article 283
CPEX reports loss, but revenues up. Brief article 122
Deportation no longer 'collateral'. Wolfe, Andrew 704
Deputy AG wins Gross Fellowship. Brief article 211
Engineering success with help of tutoring for startups; Houston engineer turns to SBA for training on how to run a business and successfully completes 8(a) development program. Rutledge, Tanya 873
Entrepreneurs looking to give back. Gurau, Michael Conference news 670
F&J tote board. 186
Group therapy? House OKS health purchasing alliances. Sanders, Bob Brief article 183
Humane criminal laws are cheaper. Dornin, Chris 610
Improving your relationships through social media. Ouellette, Russ 644
In the loop: Dutch firm to produce coos transmission study. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 228
Investment trust? 93
Job action: Lynch signs New Hampshire Working bill. Brief article 332
Job-training options for employers, employees. 573
Liberty House: a noble mission. McCarthy, K. Letter to the editor 409
Lower hires: April new hires fall 9.5 percent. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 212
Mark your calendar. Calendar 727
Marketing courses for job-seekers offered at UNH. Brief article 190
Mentor-protege program will help contractor grow; formal arrangement will allow company to take on big-dollar projects with the help of its larger mentor. May, Lucy 928
Minding her peas and carrots wins investors; founder of organic frozen-foods company worked with a blend of services for small businesses to get off the ground. Hendrickson, Susan Smith Occupation overview 831
Minding your state of business. Bentas, John 715
Mr. President: smarten up about oil: by pursuing business as usual, we are destroying our green earth and our futures. Morrison, Roy 436
Nashua firm builds a regional reputation: T.J. McCartney fills niche for high-end, large-scale drywall, interior finishing. Callahan, Kathleen Company overview 1002
NHBR about town. 429
Online social networking: the new business imperative. Sink, Chuck 653
Opportunities missed: pieces of the FRM puzzle. Sanders, Bob 1243
Out of sight, out of mind. 129
Presstek cuts 1q loss. Brief article 113
Putting together pieces of the FRM puzzle. Sanders, Bob 756
Resources for starting and growing a business: the SBA and its partners offer a variety of financing and counseling options. 842
Retention and training in a tough economy. McGintee, Kai; Johnstone, Andrea Law overview 697
Safety match: Concord picked for OSHA pilot program. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 231
Seacoast Realtors see hopeful signs. Brief article 248
Seeing an opportunity led executive to make a move; SCORE, SBA and Women's Economic Development Agency help former health-care exec launch and grow her company. Johnston, Lori Occupation overview 811
Smoking-hot sates follow plant expansion, updating; an SBA-backed 504 loan helped San Antonio sausage maker modernize its facility and improve operations. Phinisee, Tamarind 867
Staying small was never part of her business plan; while participating in an SBA program for disadvantaged small businesses, Michelle Lee was making big plans. Castro, Melissa 880
StockerYale reports another loss. Financial report 86
Taking part in the ground-breaking ceremony to mark start of work on the $14.5 million Hampton Beach State Park reconstruction project. Brief article 89
Taking the pulse of small business: WBC survey reveals members' views, concerns on health insurance. Kibbe, Cindy 931
The demise of mass marketing. Owen, Sean 755
The Finlay Foundation. Brief article 98
The Tri-City Expo, a joint effort between the Greater Nashua, Manchester and Concord Chambers of Commerce, will be held at the Center of New Hampshire in Manchester on Thursday, Sept. 30, from 3 to 7 p.m. Brief article 154
There's no such thing as a 'free' employee. Hamel, Adam 828
To the class of 2010: the gift of endurance: it's the true test of any accomplishment. Woodburn, Jeff 584
Unlocking the code for federal research grants; federal grants targeted for small business help fund Austin biotech company's groundbreaking research. Calnan, Christopher Company overview 784
Wentworth-Douglass Hospital's $55m expansion project receives state approval. Brief article 287
White Mts. closes 'tough quarter'. Brief article 102
Wire Belt Co. has turned on the state's largest solar power array: a 99-kilowatt solar photovoltaic system atop its Londonderry site, next to Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. Brief article 84
With friends like this ... 231
Working capital program boosts exporting company; without funding from the Export Working Capital Program, Oregon entrepreneur couldn't compete for larger contracts. Sherwood, Courtney Occupation overview 938

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