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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (November 1, 2013)

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3D printing system added at UNH innovation lab. Brief article 157
A message from the president ... Comstock, Robin Organization overview 1132
At the top: Rochester development chief picked to head N.H. division of economic development. Brief article 192
Awards of excellence. Awards list 1825
Awards of Merit. Awards list 2845
Awards were handed out to broadcast stations in 19 categories at the recent annual Granite Mike Awards sponsored by the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters. Brief article 140
Berlin. Brief article 118
BIA legislative scorecard tallies 2013 victories: the organization had plenty of 'friends' and 'champions' last session. Sanders, Bob 471
Bow coal plant plays important economic role. Sink, Tim 547
Budget cuts and the bottom line: with at least $1b in federal assistance money going to N.H., retailers, landlords are beneficiaries too. Sanders, Bob 1533
Business enlists students to fix the 'skills gap': training is a two-way street through electropac jobs program. Carbone, Ray 665
CDFA executive director to retire in January. 329
Chairman's award. Brief article 228
Chamber member benefits: the following benefits are included in every level of Chamber membership. 524
Common ground on Medicaid: a difficult task: compromise should involve reasonable enrollment, cost restraints. Arlinghaus, Charles 646
Concord: The Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital in Colebrook and the Grafton County Economic Development Council in Plymouth have won grants totaling nearly $350,000 from the Northern Border Regional Commission. Brief article 108
Core beliefs: BIA offers support for common core school standards. 346
Dartmouth-Hitchcock CEO sees deep flaws in U.S. health care: fee-for-service, lack of transparency are the biggest issues plaguing the system, he says. 578
Does it matter that interest rates are up a little? Masiello, Chris 768
Emerging technology center takes care of business. Wall, Kim 629
F & J tote board. 258
Free manufacturing course offered. Brief article 191
Future residential contracts gain. Brief article 257
Give 'em a break. Brief article 190
Goodbye N.H.: MVP to pull out of state's health insurance market. Brief article 330
Government affairs and your business. Lanton, Ron, III 692
Immunext hopes to learn from experience: Lebanon-based biomed firm follows a more entrepreneurial path for its anti-cancer discovery. Plenda, Melanie Company overview 1223
Investment real estate: more than just numbers. Scanlon, Dan 327
Keep it Google, stupid. Morin, Mike Column 523
Let's learn from past mistakes. McManus, Anthony Letter to the editor 170
Mark your calendar. Calendar 1071
Medicaid panel reaches bipartisan agreement. Gilmour, Peggy 646
Medicaid tax? Proposal seeks to tax medical procedures under medicaid. 334
Meetings. Brief article 229
N.H. ski areas add improvements for 2013-14 season. 567
NHBR about town. 738
No town is an island: Ossipee, N.H. Prevost, Lisa Book review 3889
Non-solicitation agreements really do have teeth. Shilling, Cameron G. 831
On the other side of the coin, New Hampshire's two female U.S. senators received incredible coverage and accolades on the part they, played in helping get the country out of the unnecessary jam the tea party people put the country in. Cook, Brad 348
Powering up N.H. businesses. Nicoloro, Michael; Fontaine, Joan 791
RBS Citizens Financial Group. Brief article 105
Return to 'normal': sales, prices continue to rise in N.H. residential real estate market. Brief article 338
Score success stories: Johnson Golden harvest. 445
Should you join your local Chamber of Commerce? 792
Sprague resources readies $170m IPO. Brief article 220
Standex spells out outgoing CEO's retirement package. Brief article 208
State hopes to say 'welcome' with a fresh face: construction begins on redeveloping Hooksett welcome centers on I-93. 455
Study cites reasons for N.H.'s high college debt. Landrigan, Kevin 732
Surveys reveal consumer preferences, sales picture at farmers markets. 409
The challenge of 'two New Hampshires': different approaches to economic development and education are required in the metro and rural areas of the state. Gittell, Ross 659
The odd couple. Brief article 148
The premature eulogy for manufacturing. Sedoric, Tom 765
The sale of 2 W. Otterson St. to 33 Legends LLC was recently announced by Mark Prolman and Lisa Morrison of Prolman Realty, Nashua, who represented the seller, Otterson Street Realty LLC. Brief article 113
The shutdown and American democracy. Cook, Brad 452
The Valentine Group. Brief article 125
Timberland results add to parents banner year. Brief article 150
Transfer tax uncertainty haunts property transfers. Cole, Jason E.; Vartanian, Justin T. 747
UNH benefactor MArcy Carsey. McCord, Michael Interview 593
Website spells out alternative electric choices: gives N.H. consumers a chance to make comparisons. Brooks, David 549
Welcome. Brief article 149
Who's got the control problem? 371
Will Obamacare help us compete internationally? Bourque, Ron 782

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