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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (September 24, 2010)

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A big step toward child health: Federal Child Nutrition Bill is aimed at fighting childhood obesity. Johnson, Terry Brief article 289
A day in the advising life. Sedoric, Tom Viewpoint essay 653
An assault on property rights: State's bid to raid JUA funds is an abuse of the public's trust. Tuttle, Georgia; Lipman, Henry; Buchanan, Tom 573
Businesses interested in working with the new federal prison in Berlin and potential employees can attend free informational sessions around the state. Public notice 115
By degrees: study: alma mater's prestige doesn't affect CEO performance. Report 384
Catalyzing clusters. Gurau, Michael 654
Concord became cool when nobody was looking. Sink, Timothy G. 486
Condos attract an offer. Brief article 153
Dartmouth, UNH to head $15m biomed group. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 252
Dartmouth-Hitchcock. Brief article 127
Death penalty 'retards healing'. Alpert, Arnie 519
DHMC to trim 300 jobs, cut benefits. Brief article 138
End of EPA program stings Monadnock Paper: firm had taken part in greenhouse gas reduction effort since 2002. Callahan, Kathleen 381
Excellence in Transportation: Mark Lore Ride-Away Handicap Equipment Corp., Londonderry. Brief article 253
F&J tote board. Brief article 195
Foreclosures remain at record levels in N.H. Statistical data 214
FRM fallout will continue to dog Concord: victims not satisfied with joint committee report findings. Sanders, Bob 1388
Good landscape in bad economic times. Cruess, Anne Brief article 241
Granite State Credit Union: 65 years of trusted local service. Brief article 246
Grant in aid: Merrimack steps up to help Nashua firm. Brief article 260
Growth factors: Hudson firm tops list of 33 from N.H. on Inc. 5000. Kibbe, Cindy 762
Harvey Construction president dies. In memoriam 261
Historic building reuse is greenest of green. Wyncoop, Paul 707
Housing agency offers 3.5% mortgage. 345
Hutter: changing the N.H. landscape. Brief article 258
Irving: one simple solution. Brief article 183
Is it still a good idea to form an LLC? Cunningham, John M. 935
It pays to support paid sick leave: it improves productivity, lowers costs and reduces stress. Murphy, Nikki 480
Job description: N.H. ranks 15th for 'postsecondary intensity'. Callahan, Kathleen Statistical data 223
Labor pains: August New-hire rate falls 11 percent. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 147
Lack of consumer spending drags on real estate. Norton, Bill 639
Lawrence Johansen. Brief article 115
Legal aid: health reform on Nashua chamber's breakfast menu. 423
Loudon, speedway settle. Brief article 164
Majority GT Solar owner to sell 25m shares. Brief article 183
Make the smart move with Applied Agility. Brief article 243
Mark your calendar. Calendar 1334
Marriott Grappone Conference Center: uncompromising excellence. Brief article 184
Money talks and talks and talks and talks. Brief article 137
N.H. had a head start on new gift card rules. Kibbe, Cindy 696
N.H. interstates rank 27th in national survey. Survey 341
New web gateway offers health reform answers. Kibbe, Cindy 434
NHBR about town. 516
NHBR Health Care Forum set for Oct. 6. Brief article 268
North Country health group awarded $600k. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 262
Parade of Homes offers a look at the latest designs. Brief article 230
Pennichuck makes case for rate hike. Brief article 117
Pro Con Inc. Brief article 108
ProPhotonix seeks London stock listing. Brief article 144
Realignment to mean some LRGH layoffs. Brief article 150
Seacoast spacemakers. 419
Six imperatives for competing effectively. Cowieson, Toral D. 687
St. Mary's: your trusted adviser. Brief article 164
State gets $5m grant for foreclosed units. Brief article 275
Statewide shopping event readied. Callahan, Kathleen Brief article 205
Stay work play's Kate Luczko. Callahan, Kathleen Interview 500
Study sees high manufacturing costs in N.H. according to the study, it costs 93.5 cents to manufacture a dollar's worth of goods in N.H. Callahan, Kathleen Statistical data 400
The benefits of hiring individuals with disabilities. Gerstenberger, Roy 697
The future is very bright for Nashua manufacturer: ARC Energy's revolutionary process dramatically cuts the price of energy-saving LED lighting. Callahan, Kathleen 904
The muddled ride of Paul Revere. Brief article 230
The spirit of Manchester. Comstock, Robin 400
Three ways to focus your career. Hansen, Margaret 541
Tri-City Expo 2010 sponsors. Quotation 181
Tri-city expo exhibitor list. Directory 4068
UNH reaches out through extension. Brief article 270
Welcome to the 22nd Annual Tri-City Expo! McCarthy, Sharron 445
What's wrong with this picture? Bestani, Bob 569
Win, lose--but please no draws. Cook, Brad 727
Your gateway to opportunity. Williams, Chris 446

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