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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (March 25, 2011)

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At the top: new N.H. SBA director named. Feingold, Jeff 185
Back for more? Payday loan successor rears its head in Senate. Sanders, Bob Brief article 322
BIA breakfast: political gossip and forecasts. Brief article 228
Big fix: Navy commits $100m for shipyard upgrades. Brief article 190
Big impact: SBA study weighs importance of N.H. small businesses. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 253
Carol Sheehan: The Red Arrow 24 hr. Diner Franchising Inc., Manchester. 343
Centrix launches C-Beyond effort. Brief article 129
Citizens unveils mobile app for business customers. Brief article 183
Concord Hospital Trust. Brief article 104
Coping with workplace conflict. Page, Heidi Column 746
Don't let the university system be gutted. Cook, Brad 756
Employers have the power to reduce health costs. Crandlemire, Donald 579
F & J tote board. Brief article 211
Farm's market: plenty of ideas, no offer yet for Dover's Tuttle property. 393
First Colebrook Bank. Brief article 108
FRM ties were overlooked in school shutdown: how Ponzi firm's investment in nursing school fell through the regulatory cracks. Sanders, Bob 2235
Future construction deals skyrocket in Jan. 205
Global investing from the comfort of home. Cohen, Daniel 736
Got mold? Buyer beware. Sylvester, Guy Column 524
Harriman Architects + Engineers. Brief article 117
High court ruling should increase retaliation claims. Parent, Jennifer L. 772
Home Instead Senior Care of Seacoast and Southern New Hampshire. Brief article 103
How to fix a workplace that sucks. Smith, Malcolm Column 797
How to prepare for and survive a FINRA visit. Sussman, Stephen 838
ICAD sued over subsidiary's product. Brief article 141
Joining together: bill fixing health purchasing alliances gains. Sanders, Bob 451
Laconia Savings Bank. Brief article 112
Landmark ownership: Ocean Properties bid wins the Balsams. Kibbe, Cindy 501
Making a statement. Brief article 221
Mark your calendar. Calendar 981
N.H. Housing cites top lenders. Brief article 167
N.H. near the LEED in green space. Brief article 172
Nashua residents Cosmos and Lynda Marandos and their daughter Tara have donated $100,000 to Southern New Hampshire University's Center for Entrepreneurship & Social Innovation in memory of their late son and brother Tory. Brief article 113
Nashua: Ezenia! Inc., the Nashua-based networking company, announced in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing that it cut its work force nearly in half, from 24 to 13 employees, as of March 4 "as the company continues to pursue a path to profitability.". Brief article 110
New program seeks to expand contracts for women-owned businesses. Callahan, Kathleen 583
NH Fiscal Policy Institute's Jeff McLynch. McCord, Michael Column 625
NHBR about town. 440
Nuclear effect: Japan disaster rattles region's nuke sector. Brooks, David 413
Once again, it's time to get serious about energy; our economy remains hostage to the old boom/bust cycle of petroleum markets. Bestani, Bob 641
Part of the problem: UNH study links top bank execs' compensation to excessive risk-taking. 917
Passenger rail a boondoggle for taxpayers: every rail service provider across the country requires major subsidies to exist. Hikel, John 596
PC Connection acquires cloud software provider. 107
Pheasant Lane Mall expansion outlined. Brief article 135
Portsmouth firm makes its mark in labeling industry: companies around the world depend on Loftware's products to run their businesses. Callahan, Kathleen 879
ProPhotonix stems its losses. Brief article 221
Real men use a Tide stick. Morin, Mike 524
SCORE. Brief article 156
Six reasons your system is running slowly. Mercier, Matt 793
Taking the steps into the cloud. Wessels, Tim Column 785
Teaching assistance: City Year New Hampshire works to make a difference in the lives of Manchester schoolchildren. Grimm, Ellen 1077
The brief happy tenure of Marty Harty. Editorial 354
We want a high-quality education. O'Brien, William; Ober, Lynne; Bettencourt, D.J. 563
What does the right-to-work bill mean for N.H.? Broth, Mark 816

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