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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (October 22, 2010)

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'Ethical will' is not the only way. Sommese, Donald E. Viewpoint essay 521
A must read. 124
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration's "Short-Term Energy Outlook," heating prices are expected to rise this winter, but at a modest rate. Brief article 115
Ayotte, Hodes trade accusations in debate: the candidates spent an hour repeatedly trying to put the other on the defensive. 1000
Bad news: N.H. bankruptcies rise in September. Sanders, Bob Brief article 155
Bauer readies move to Stratham. Brief article 278
Bottomline exec compensation: $3.52m. Brief article 174
Brookstone plans more stores, kiosks. 195
CDC: N.H. public health readiness improving. Kibbe, Cindy Report 493
Change at the top: Longtime N.H. officials leaving SBA. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 297
Charlie McIntyre New Hampshire Lottery. Woodburn, Jeff Interview 606
Claremont Savings Bank. Brief article 139
Come home: N.H. asks insurance companies to return. Kibbe, Cindy 559
Does New Hampshire have a spending problem. Fernald, Mark 629
Education is key to manufacturing growth: when surveyed about their challenges, N.H. advanced manufacturers say they have trouble finding workers with necessary math, programming and basic problem-solving shills. Kelly, Molly 533
F&J Tote board. Discussion 135
FairPoint means business. Company overview 399
Fear-mongering on SB 500. Dornin, Chris Legislation 618
Final OK given to I-93 widening. Brief article 128
Getting to the bottom of corporate culture. Ouellette, Russ Viewpoint essay 667
Gloomy outlook: N.H. consumers pessimistic about economy. Survey 316
Good news: Sept. new hires rise 12%. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 104
He can dream, can't he? Brief article 139
Hildreth hearing: Nov. 29 hearing set on bank commissioner's job. Landrigan, Kevin Brief article 301
Is New Hampshire business-friendly or not? Dueling, statistics paint a complex picture of where the state's business climate ranks. Callahan, Kathleen 1355
Mark your calendar. Calendar 1356
Memorial Hospital nurse on Haiti mission. Brief article 185
N.H. binge drinking rate remains worrisome. Kibbe, Cindy Statistical data 510
N.H. jobs picture remains region's strongest: the state's job recovery statistics rank eighth in the nation. Cote, Joseph 593
N.H. joins national foreclosure investigation: 'we're looking for assurance here ... that there were no irregularities'. Kibbe, Cindy 508
N.H. receives $1m for health exchange. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 223
N.Y. firm has big plans for Rochester: Albany Intl. to build new plant, move corporate headquarters to N.H. 471
New Hampshire's precarious fiscal state. Arlinghaus, Charles M. 657
NHBR about town. Brief article 256
No end in sight of sluggish economic growth. Norton, William 707
Notes and comments on the election season. Cook, Brad 745
One more time: Securities Bureau launches new FRM Probe. Sanders, Bob 393
Power play: energy project's impact on Franklin: 'staggering'. 339
Preparing your resume for an applicant tracking system. Ryan, Bill 661
PSNH parent to buy NStar for $4.3b. 123
Salem manufacturer offers big-company products with small-company agility: LNX Corp.'s cutting-edge technology and low overhead have it poised for exponential growth. Callahan, Kathleen Company overview 823
Seacoast home sales rise 8% in Sept. Brief article 177
Talbots to close stores. Brief article 122
The changing priority of wellness. Leclair, Debra 718
The Greater Hudson Chamber of Commerce has voted not to renew its membership with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Brief article 102
The lobby: a new home for business and politics. 496
The vote heard 'round the world: 50 years after it started, Dixville's legendary voting process remains the first. Woodburn, Jeff 1502
U.S. grant: UNH awarded $4.25m for disability study. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 207
You've got a friend. 143

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