New Hampshire Business Review August 28 2009

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FairPoint says it's working on issues

Gregg backs Hooksett-built jet engine, with caveat

New law eases tree-cutting on wetlands

Consortium seeks to boost wood manufacturers

Businesses balk at paid sick leave proposal

Report : Clean energy act would bring savings, jobs to N.H.

New law eases tree-cutting on wetlands

AG ends inquiry into anonymous e-mail

Times Co. says Globe on path to profitability

Seacoast Foundation fights for rights to Portsmouth Regional Hospital

A Fab kind of day: Beatles hit area stores with double punch

Region shows signs of rebound

Consortium seeks to boost wood manufacturers

U.S. initial jobless claims fell to 550,000 last week

Manchester earns high marks for college atmosphere

Co-ops: The key to health care reform?

More new N.H. laws take effect

Sonic barrier broken

Another Goss furlough - U.S. workers must take off last two weeks of September

N.H. House bill mandating paid sick days draws opposition

Another wave of foreclosures looms

Health care costs top concern of Vt. businesses

GT Solar opens second Shanghai office

FairPoint, 3 boards to meet

More new N.H. laws take effect

Gregg pushed on public option

New attorney general digs in

Bouncing back: Businesses report brisk holiday sales

Entergy CEO rakes in $54m in 3 years

State health insurance rates among highest, fastest-growing in the U.S.

Gatsas camp logs $209,000 as primary election nears

Labor leader: Families must be health-care focus

Londonderry board to discuss housing proposal

N.H. panel on gambling seeks data

Lawmakers' travel tab takes a GOP hit

Three states, FairPoint meet in Derry tomorrow

Salem planners order work stopped on office building

Maine: Memorial Bridge 'not our priority'

Manchester Wolves to suspend operations

State making headway on unemployment claims backlog

Stimulus credited for lifting economy, but worries about unemployment persist

400 duplicate tax refund checks mailed by state

N.H. plant lights up the highways

N.H. to get a share of Pfizer settlement

Somersworth dealer, customers work through confusion over Cash for Clunkers

Precision Technology workers to get back pay today

Walmart Supercenter would add to traffic in Manchester

Unemployment hits 9.7%, but job loss slows in August

400 duplicate tax refund checks mailed by state

Monadnock Region's alternative economy is growing

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