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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (March 23, 2012)

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'Disruptive' conference set for April 11. 216
'Green' liquor outlet earns $25k PSNH rebate. Brief article 277
'Too late' to get exchange $$$. Brief article 147
2012 BOB Awards reception. 397
Another extension OKd for unfinished HHS computer system: ACS was originally supposed to have the system completed by the end of 2007. Sanders, Bob 479
Bank union: Mass. credit union buys Peterborough bank. Brief article 206
Blackberry maker buys Nashua firm. 245
Blogging builds marketing assets. Sink, Chuck Column 665
Bottomline buys Intuit unit. Brief article 214
Career schools can meet employer skills needs now. Koch, Peter T. 421
Chuck talks to Nashua: Charles Schwab visits Gate City to herald company's first franchised office. Brooks, David 631
Closing argument: Cleveland or else, acquired Bedford firm's employees told. Sanders, Bob 457
Energy audit: N.H. eligible for piece of Constellation-FERC settlement. Sanders, Bob 408
F&J tote board. Brief article 242
Facts about New Hampshire shape its future. Cook, Brad 776
FairPoint losses deepen for 2011. Brief article 152
Franklin Pierce University's trustees have voted to hold tuition steady for the second time in three years. Brief article 130
From military to entrepreneur: with persistently high unemployment rates, more N.H. veterans are starting their own businesses. McCord, Michael 1187
Getting past the 'Mr. Magoo Syndrome'. Ouellette, Russ 824
If your IT adviser dismisses the cloud, ask questions. Wessels, Tim 689
Is it time to buy life insurance? Finding the right policy may be simpler than you think. Knee, James E. Survey 407
Jewell Towne launches community support effort. Brief article 110
Job action: Foss plants to add 40-45 workers in Hampton. Sanders, Bob Brief article 241
Laconia forum strengthens business-city relationship: Laconia Mayor Mike Seymour sees the regular Business Roundtable forum as forging a new path for business-government interaction. Mortensen, Mike 843
Lines of demarcation. Brief article 216
Margarita Grill is 'certified local'. Brief article 161
Mark your calendar. Calendar 968
Marriage equality repeal is a return to discrimination: efforts to repeal civil marriage take our focus away from the economy, creating jobs, streamlining our budget and finding solutions for education funding. Splaine, Jim 370
Michael L'Ecuyer: Bellwether Community Credit Union, Manchester. Brief article 318
Money matters: N.H. gets D-minus in report on spending transparency. 250
N.H.-chartered college said to leave international trail of unpaid bills. Sanders, Bob 1761
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. Brief article 137
NHBR about town. 678
Online drive: UNH offers 'flexible option' to earn an MBA. 206
Physician/social media star Dr. Kevin Pho. Callahan, Kathleen Interview 610
Poor oral health leads to big problems: legislative effort seeks to take steps to address gap in care. Woodburn, Jeff 468
Right to work is bad for employers, economy. Kingsbury, Glenn 433
Role of airport, I-93 will be focus of summit. Brief article 259
Seacoast office market: the nuts and bolts. O'Brien, Margaret 462
Shining a light on the Solyndra failure. Paradiso, Tony Column 576
Startup Challenge seeks competitors. Callahan, Kathleen 416
Steering clear of 3 common legal 'accidents'. Fogg, Scott M. 681
Stonyfield 'boot camp' seeks entrepreneurs: the program will feature sessions on branding, finance and social media marketing. 372
Study finds Youth Law Project is a winner. 473
Technology allows new Nashua eatery to offer 100 choices by the glass: owner calls Napa East 'sexy, with a little Napa Valley appeal'. Shalhoup, Dean 561
The case that wouldn't die. Brief article 200
The state of retail in North Conway. Norton, William 682
True tool innovations. 393
Vt. law firm opens Manchester office; adds Wiggin & Nourie attorneys. Callahan, Kathleen 369
What K-12 scholarships would mean for N.H.: expanding educational choice is a good fit for the Live Free or Die state. Coulson, Andrew J. 498
When algorithms take charge of markets, anything goes. Sedoric, Tom Column 685
You win some, you lose some. Brief article 236

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