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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (November 14, 2014)

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'Bee hotel' abuzz with research about pollinators: UNH professor seeks to study New Hampshire's estimated 250 species of native bees. Pecci, Alexandra 1166
Beyond GTAT: total of 248 bankruptcy filings reported for the month. Sanders, Bob 425
BIA to present Dec. 10 New Hampshire Energy Seminar. 284
Big and bigger: C&S keeps looking to grow with N.Y., Texas acquisitions. 209
Building on Hope seeks a new challenge. 169
C-PACE maker new program backs commercial building energy projects. 322
Citizens income rises 31 percent in 3Q. 104
CMC's Pepe named a 'Top Physician Leader'. Brief article 115
Coming to an end: N.H. insurance group's chief to retire. Brief article 169
Compass Healthcare Advisers acquired by NJ. firm. 364
Despite GTAT, ARC Energy doubles down on sapphire: the Nashua company has developed a new furnace that can grow industrial sapphires to an unprecedented size. Brooks, David 737
Economic engines? $1 million Motor Sports Museum planned in Loudon. Brief article 267
Entrepreneurship lures New Hampshire veterans: business ownership initiative stands as a national model. Sanders, Bob 1906
Everyone's in charge, but nobody's responsible. Bourque, Ron 685
F & J tote board. 109
Finding prospective customers in a new era of SEO. Albano-Davis, Melissa 795
Five projects win $1.9m in CDBG grants. 331
Goldsberry named to endowment post. Brief article 137
Harvard Pilgrim unveils nutritional rewards program. Brief article 179
How intelligent is your firm's leadership team? Houghton, Trinnie 783
How to approach a proposed merger of nonprofits. Crandlemire, Donald 656
Investment trust: Belknap Economic Development Council will buy, restore distressed buildings. Brief article 142
Judge releases details of latest GTAT-Apple deal: tech giant's takeout will be more than N.H. firm's cost for sapphire furnaces. Sanders, Bob 1187
Keeping the electronic crooks and hackers at bay. McMorrow, Drew 749
Labor negotiations deepen FairPoint loss. Brief article 148
Liberty utilities agrees to gas pipeline deal: under the deal, Liberty says it would buy enough gas to heat 65,000 N.H. homes on the coldest day of the winter. 375
LRCC helps close high-tech manufacturing gender gap. 693
Manchester: Continued strength in the value of future nonresidential projects in New Hampshire anchored another overall increase in pending construction contracts signed in September, according to industry information service McGraw-Hill Construction. 110
Mark your calendar. Calendar 1201
Marketplace fairness act attacks small business. Lahme, David 579
N.H. Food Bank Executive Director Mel Gosselin. Rajala, Liisa Interview 678
N.H. voters sent us a message about what they want: elected officials need to listen and pay attention to the feedback we received on Nov. 4. Van Ostern, Colin 682
N.H., MBTA discuss bringing rail to Nashua border: at issue is whether New Hampshire would absorb operating costs for a rail line from Lowell, Mass., to a location near the Pheasant Lane Mall. Marchocki, Kathryn 557
NHBR about town. Letter to the editor 911
Nine honored at 2014 Business Excellence Awards. Andruskevich, Jodie 659
Pennichuck Corporation. Agresto, Julia K. 625
Question time. 306
Remembering New Hampshire's most historic election. Cook, Brad 782
Rising electric costs could crush N.H. economy: given our alarmingly expensive energy, we now face a bleak scenario. Roche, Jim 519
Ruger 3Q sales, profits plummet. Brief article 178
Spreading the love for Vegemite. Morin, Mike 508
Steps to protect the data on your wireless device. Kasper, Matt 581
Tax team: Steele & Associates to merge with baker Newman. Brief article 230
The political campaign that could have been: the vast majority of voters say they hate negative ads, and their hatred does not stop there. Weeks, Daniel 572
Two organizations join to serve more children: Manchester Community Health Center, Child Health Services combine their operations. 354
Urgent care center opens in Lebanon. Brief article 193
What is this, a tradition? 233
When business is cleaning up: when picking up other people's trash, 'there's never a dull moment'. Tokos, Cynthia 362
Wood and water: grant awarded for Claremont district heating plan. Brief article 261

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