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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (July 13, 2012)

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6 N.H. businesses file for bankruptcy in June. Sanders, Bob Brief article 247
A different tack: citing Supreme Court ruling ex-Cabletron exec seeks dismissal of charges. Sanders, Bob 402
A street-level view of Cuba's economic atrophy. Sedoric, Tom 848
Affordable Care Act just scratches the surface: we need to turn down the political rhetoric and take health care reform seriously. Fieseher, James; Clairmont, Thomas 518
AG report finds big jumps in hospital CEO pay: from 2006-2009, CEO compensation at the state's 23 nonprofit hospitals rose 18%, compared to 14% for hospital employees overall and 4.8% for all private employees. Brooks, David; Landrigan, Kevin Statistical data 1376
Chancellor: community colleges a 'bridge to economic opportunity'. Kittle, Cameron 720
Coming up short: first-year state revenues miss budget goal by $26.6m. Landrigan, Kevin Brief article 319
Discrimination charge: N.H. employee sues ADP over treatment. Sanders, Bob Brief article 233
Don't let small mishaps stop you from moving forward. Boynton, Paul S. Interview 804
Don't screen out the people you need the most. Bourque, Ron 704
Don't sell retail's economic benefits short: New Hampshire's retailers provide good-paying jobs, opportunities. Kyle, Nancy 489
Done deal: Liberty Utilities completes purchase of National Grid's N.H. operations. Brooks, David 321
Energy 'progress': report finds state cut consumption, greenhouse gas emissions. 341
European turmoil shows how small a world it is. Paradiso, Tony 592
Exeter. Brief article 101
F&J tote board. Brief article 105
First-quarter personal income rises in N.H. Callahan, Kathleen 347
Future construction remains sluggish. Callahan, Kathleen Brief article 218
Grading the legislature: business groups give lawmakers a B for their work in the last session. Sanders, Bob 2123
How to save Social Security for the long term. Bradley, Donald Letter to the editor 457
Hypertherm sets a unique standard: over the years, Hanover company has reaffirmed and expanded its commitment to employees and innovation. Plenda, Melanie Company overview 1606
In praise of New Hampshire's lobbyists. Cook, Brad 878
Inaugural group completes UNH sustainability program: the goal is to increase participants' knowledge and skills in the practices and principles of corporate sustainability. 415
Is the tradeport about to enter a new building phase? Stallkamp, Christian 425
Line crossing. 324
Management consultant/author Michael Charney. McCord, Michael Interview 660
Managing emotions after a layoff. Brady, Loretta 758
Mark your calendar. Calendar 607
Micronetics execs will keep jobs in merger with Mass. firm. Brief article 160
N.H.'s economic future needs projects like Northern Pass. Murray, Martin 618
Nashua college now Rivier University. 344
New challenge: student loan reimbursement program seeks businesses to take part. Callahan, Kathleen 409
New Hampshire Housing expands mortgage program. Brief article 208
NHBR about town. 672
Pay it forward. Brief article 283
Planning for future business space needs. Scanlon, Dan 732
Simple steps toward data security. Remus, Paul C.; Peaslee, Kimberly A. 924
Slow recovery seen as foreclosures fall in May. Callahan, Kathleen Brief article 321
Snitch corner. Brief article 191
Something's brewing: N.H. has highest beer sales per capita in the country. Brief article 272
St. Mary's gives students a car-buying lesson: high school seminar offers tips on how to crunch the numbers, check under the hood. Brief article 304
Thanks to Unitil for STEM help. Gaschnig, Mary Ann Letter to the editor 121
Use English--only workplace rules with caution. Johnson, Linda 754
What will new LLC Act mean for businesses? Cunningham, John 639
Women, wealth and legacy planning. Sommese, Donald E. 573

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