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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (June 1, 2012)

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Title Author Type Words
Are smart meters spying on you? Patch, Doug 1025
Are you an unpaid consultant or category leader? Sink, Chuck 730
Baseless closure: Senate panel votes against new round of base closings. Brief article 176
Bassett approved as newest Supreme Court justice: only one councilor votes against the longtime lawyer's appointment. 446
Beer money: CDFA awards $500k to aid Smuttynose expansion. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 225
BIA plans June business roundtables: the free forums help the BIA shape its legislative agenda. 451
Bridging the business-education gap: education, business leaders seek to work more closely, better prepare students for jobs. Kittle, Cameron 745
Brookstone names new CEO. 174
Building bloc: MacMillin merges with Vt. construction firm. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 264
Cloud computing is your it destiny. Wessels, Tim 771
College try fails: Chester College will close its doors following agreement with NEC. Brief article 241
Disorder in the Bettencourt. 388
Durham. Brief article 110
Ethical guidelines. Interview 335
Ex-Presstek CEO agrees to deal on SEC charges. Brief article 330
Export importance: Shaheen, Ayotte back reauthorization of Ex-Im bank. Callahan, Kathleen 562
F&J tote board. Brief article 168
Giving down: United Way of Greater Nashua cuts staff, grants. Place, Erin Brief article 217
Granite United Way. Brief article 106
Hannaford launches sustainable seafood policy: the supermarket chain now requires suppliers to demonstrate they are harvesting seafood from fisheries governed by science-based management plans. 471
Highlands Inn owner Grace Newman. Woodburn, Jeff Interview 604
How to cure yourself of micromanaging. Page, Heidi 778
Mark your calendar. Calendar 1024
Merrimack outlet mall gears up for opening: the 100-store shopping center is Simon Property Group's 71st Premium Outlets center. Place, Erin 521
N.H. exports rose 2.2% in March: but state ranked last in growth for first quarter. Simos, Evangelos Otto Statistical data 479
N.H. opinions: CACR 12 would hurt children with disabilities: school-funding amendment would significantly diminish state support of education and pass on increased costs to local school districts. Stamatakis, Carol 651
New Canadian duty-free rule seen as boon to N.H. Callahan, Kathleen 600
New Hampshire Grand plans some tweaking. 521
New website seeks to ease internships. Callahan, Kathleen 1229
NHBR about town. 353
Patent infringement suit filed against iCAD. 174
Prescription drug monitoring nears reality in N.H. Stevens, Charla Bizios Statistical data 816
Remembering Gene Savage and Chester College. Cook, Brad In memoriam 802
Returned mortgage payments and a seized home. Sanders, Bob 748
Roedel buys, to renovate Merrimack hotel. Brief article 207
Snitch corner. Brief article 164
Some actually are willing to make tough budget choices. Bixby, Robert L. 606
The games businesses play. Paridiso, Tony 583
The homeowner strikes back: N.H. state and federal courts see a big increase in the number of suits challenging foreclosures. Sanders, Bob 2012
Ups and downs: report: N.H. home sales rose, median price fell in April. Callahan, Kathleen Brief article 228
Wetlands protection is important for New Hampshire: wetlands provide services that have direct impacts on the local economy. Burack, Thomas S. 620
When investment incentives are misaligned. Sedoric, Tom 775
White Mt. attractions hopeful for summer. Brief article 322
Why undo the Circuit Court's achievements? Last-minute house maneuver would reverse gains made with new court structure. Kelly, Edwin 667

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