New Hampshire Business Review August 14 2009

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State’s operations teams get high marks

BayRing seeks to expand in Portsmouth, hire 44 new workers

Alternative energy group backs Vermont Yankee alternatives

UNH nanomanufacturing partnership receives $12.25m grant

Statewide job fair kicks off Thursday

Doctor pleads guilty to swindling

Gas prices remain unchanged

Great Bay Community College and SNHU offer dual admission program

Presstek defaults in second quarter, operations holding on

Foxwoods says it will operate as normal

'Clunkers' Generates 690,000 Sales

Beach club plan scrutinized

Kennedy death adds volatile element to health fight

Fairpoint faces 3 states in Derry hearing

Presstek defaults in second quarter, operations holding on

Airport tallies up its impact

Subprime lenders getting U.S. subsidies, report

Kennedy dead at 77

Wal-Mart to build store near Civil War battle site

Of 78 laid-off Manchester teachers, 52 now have jobs back

N.H. lawmakers may shield teen 'sexting' from charges

MangoSoft filings raise concerns about its future

Mass. court agrees with NH on tax

Defenders locked out of Holman

MangoSoft filings raise concerns about its future

Maine farmers deal with truckload of stress

VY worker injury rate one of lowest in industry

Fledgling local film venture takes root

Gov. ready to help with jobless benefits flap

Glitches add stress for jobless

Increase in durable goods in July tops forecast

Former Enterasys exec. opens appeal

Former Enterasys exec. opens appeal

N.Y. panel delays permit for Entergy

GI Plastek sold to private investors from New York

No layoffs in proposed Salem budget

Mass. housing market shows signs of perking up

Vermont Yankee reduces reactor power

New AG sworn in, says he's ready to help

FairPoint faces new investigation in Vt.

N.H. auto dealers rush to file paperwork

Electronic nightmare: Unemployed frustrated with the state's new online claims system

Staff ready for $3.4m courthouse

FairPoint accused of faking tests

U.S. raises estimate for 10-year deficit to $9 trillion

More students, parents ask for more aid

Hotels giving children the VIP treatment

Housing authorities hope feds will pump more money into Section 8 program

As market softens, deals lure renters

Vt. Internet providers apply for fed funds

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