New Hampshire Business Review April 28 2006

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N.H. restaurant chain chooses Favorite

Author warns lawmakers of threat to aquifers

Pennichuck subsidiary acquires 3 systems

Business in Arts awards winners announced

Fisher board awarded $3m in pre-deal options

Concord Hospital ranked top in performance

$1.35m paid to Foss lawyers, consultants

BAE wins new weapons deal

Power plant bill would kill PSNH plans for Berlin

Small Business Person of Year nominations sought

Small Business Person of Year nominations sought

Power plant vote disappoints Berlin senator

House kills R&D tax credit

Senate backs landscape architect license

CB Richard Ellis Group sees earnings hike

White Mountains reports 1Q earnings

I-93 expansion wins state wetlands permit

Firm brings satellite technology to relief workers

Timberland reports weak first quarter

Cigna 1Q profit falls but beats estimates

Ovation receives $7.5m for field trials

Simon buys seven Federated stores

Presstek execs’ pay deals reported

Profit-sharing sought in wood-fired power measure

Timberland a top ‘Corporate Citizen’

Sturm Ruger closes 2005 with loss

Bankruptcy court approves Foss asset sale

Shareholders OK J. Jill sale

UNH entrepreneur award goes to Paine

PSNH, others await North Country power vote

N.H. among first to test Cigna health-cost tool

N.H. among first to test Cigna health-cost tool

Lucent officially acquires Riverstone assets

PC Connection sales rise in first quarter

One of a kind

One of a kind

April EYE Award: Jennifer Mazzei of J Maze Design

April EYE Award: Jennifer Mazzei of J Maze Design

Flotsam & Jetsam

Flotsam & Jetsam

Enterasys trial delayed again

Q&A with: Yarn entrepreneur Marci Richardson

Q&A with: Yarn entrepreneur Marci Richardson

PUC staff throws cold water on Pennichuck takeover

PUC staff throws cold water on Pennichuck takeover

City and its symphony make beautiful music together

City and its symphony make beautiful music together

Presstek sees earnings increase

Top Shelf: Ultimate dinner parties go beyond simple dining

Top Shelf: Ultimate dinner parties go beyond simple dining

Properly designed phasing plan eliminates surprises

Sohl receives angel investing award

Child Protection Act has a high price tag

Cook On Concord: ‘Constitutionality’ sword and shield

Bidding process sought for Berlin power plant

Measuring economic impact of state’s ‘illegal population’

Measuring economic impact of state’s ‘illegal population’

House OKs under-funded highway construction road map

Proposed rules prompt annual debate over water usage

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