New Hampshire Business Review December 21 2007

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A New Hampshire Year In Review

N.H. plant stuns city with news of layoffs

Credit cards may be new debt crisis

Rx restriction law overturned in Maine

Lancaster hospital closing birthing center

Lawmaker makes appeal for raises

Mary Hitchcock hospital seeks new surgical center

Say hello to BOB

Say hello to BOB

Federal rules hinder North Country power-line upgrades

PR Briefing: How to make a big splash on a small budget

2008 Preview: Sluggish housing market making economists jittery

2008 Preview: Sluggish housing market making economists jittery

Workshop to look at vacant downtown properties

Lawyers get 14.5% in Tyco case, $29m in expenses

Wells Fargo buys Dover-based Richardson Group

Credit card fee hits court customers

For TJX, a store of consumer loyalty

Cook On Concord: Did I see the future, or just a show?

New Generation generosity praised

Report: Foreclosure mess will get worse

Five banks pool $125m to help home borrowers

Let’s rein in 21st century loan sharks

Hospitals are now the third-largest source of construction work in the state

Federal rules hinder North Country power-line upgrades

Rye eatery dumped sewage in marsh

Christmas layoffs to affect 122 in Claremont

Groups want older workers engaged

Q&A with: Cannon Mt. General Manager John DeVivo

Q&A with: Cannon Mt. General Manager John DeVivo

Oil industry’s flawed energy ‘study’

Subprime bailouts are the last thing we need

Subprime bailouts are the last thing we need

Bush is upbeat about economy's prospects

Insurer tied to arena downgraded to 'junk'

Payment resolves waste lawsuit

SEC launches ‘informal’ Presstek prob

Promise of wireless broadband being fulfilled in North Country

Promise of wireless broadband being fulfilled in North Country

FairPoint deal gets closer to Maine PUC vote

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