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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (June 15, 2012)

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Title Author Type Words
$500k startup competition launched. Brief article 294
'Financial reset' affects professional services. Norton, William 805
A tale of three constitutional amendments. Cook, Brad Column 825
Bad news, good news: 5 N.H. firms file for bankruptcy in May. Sanders, Bob Brief article 230
Bank union: shareholders OK sale of Monadnock bank to Mass. Credit union. Sanders, Bob Brief article 287
Benchmarking the benchmark tools. Paridiso, Tony 611
Building blahs: infrastructure contracts up, other construction down. Feingold, Jeff 192
Business Excellence nominations sought. 191
Capturing the imagination of future tech workers. Hitchcock, Jeremy 680
Concord: Dennis Delay, New Hampshire forecast manager for the New England Economic Partnership, said the state's job recovery is continuing, but at a near-glacial pace. Brief article 105
Don't let perfect be the enemy of good. Ouellette, Russ 743
Economic lessons the world is trying to teach us. Bourque, Ron 755
F&J tote board. Brief article 184
GT Advanced Technologies moves way beyond solar. Sanders, Bob 1572
GTAT CEO: protectionism only hurts U.S. solar industry. Sanders, Bob 699
Hitchiner Manufacturing continues to grow. Brooks, David 832
In messaging, 'efficiency' doesn't mean 'efficacy'. Brady, Loretta 805
Investing in downtown Nashua. Tamposi, Michael 657
Legislation brings overdue school building aid reform. Bosse, Grant 592
Lending legality: loan to Laconia company ruled a violation of disclosure laws. Sanders, Bob 356
Map inquest. Brief article 215
Mark your calendar. Calendar 875
Mass. firm to buy Micronetics for $75m. 375
New state law could muddy non-compete picture. Hatem, James Legislation 696
NHBR about town. 826
North Country attorney Paul Chant. McCord, Michael Interview 627
Rapid candidate movement. Brief article 299
Redhook Brewery hires investigator to study fatal keg explosion in Portsmouth. 164
Save our groundwater not alone in USA Springs opposition. Hart, Denise Letter to the editor 379
Slow going: N.H. GDP grows, but at a slower rate, in 2011. Callahan, Kathleen Brief article 342
Snitch corner. 250
Social security: what is at stake: the conversation about the program needs to be driven by facts. Certner, David Statistical data 699
Tapped out: USA Springs auction set for July 20. Sanders, Bob 387
Technical knockout? State's smaller movie theaters face a costly conundrum: switch to digital projection or risk going out of business. Callahan, Kathleen 1822
The survey says: state ranks high for business friendliness, licensing rules. Callahan, Kathleen; Sanders, Bob Survey 427
Using a strategic alliance to boost company value. Schappals, Julia 823
Who really benefits from RGGI funds? Bradley, Donald Letter to the editor 162

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