New Hampshire Business Review April 25 2008

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Streeter likely nominee to state racing panel

House OKs obesity surgery mandate

News not all bad on mortgages

Vt. gov vetoes Yankee decommissioning bill

Oil giants to settle MTBE suit

House OKs education legislation

Capitol Grille awaits settlement Liquor Commission decision

Corporate social responsibility conference set

Payday loan cap goes to the governor

Companies graded on climate

Lawsuits may expand Sarbanes-Oxley

Derry business owner accused of dealing counterfeit computer parts

A new GOP candidate for governor surfaces

Deal gets Dodds out of jail

Atkinson water company seeks to boost supply

Sportshoe Center to sell six of 14 stores

Boat speed limit bill clears panel

N.H. Legal Aid begins fight for CSI workers

Builder's developments leave long trail of unhappy buyers

Timberland reports 1Q gain

Alliance of towns flexes for bargains

Deal OKd on Millyard property, Pandora

Marriott eyes site in Exeter

Revitalization tax breaks weighed by Merrimack council

Plan to erase revenue shortfall draws fire

White Mountains Insurance sees 1Q loss

Some signs of an upturn for the dollar

Water demand to more than double on Seacoast

Dodds jailed; lawyer crashes press conference

Marathon Oil invests in Mascoma

Developers bullish on Manchester

State Senate to vote on RGGI

Wal-Mart selects Concord for energy audits

AmberWave Systems acquires Calif. firm

Gas prices expected to peak in June

Software problem leaves Unicel customers without phone service

Rochester council does about-face on Skyhaven

Norelli thinks she has school-funding 'common ground'

Windham residents say blasting ruined their lives

N.H. housing market strains spread beyond subprime

Unfinished for years, resort gets new owner

Senate panel OKs cap on rail damages

Tilton media center gears up for its first major project

Concord builder forestalls penalties for runoff

Credit efforts give mobile home owners a huge boost

Vt. court orders N.H. contractor to pay consumers, state

N.H. Linens 'n Things stores spared closings

Highway supporters looking at shortfall

Senior housing OKd for former Portsmouth school building

Brooks' lawyers say N.H. not equipped for death penalty`

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