New Hampshire Business Review December 7 2007

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Report measures hunting, fishing economic impact

Buy tickets at face value? Odds against average buyers

Planning board alternate loses spot after Hudson golf club stance

Wausau to close more facilities

‘Dashboard’ takes pulse of N.H. health care

N.H. foreclosures drop in November

UNH students study 'the impulse buyer'

Candia shopping for a grocer

Bristol firm faces age bias lawsuit

Goss unveils interactive ad program

Nashua parkway vote to get reworded

Laconia OKs riverfront restaurant proposal

New England calls for a voice in trade

New England compensation costs outpace nation

In reversal, Fed approves plan to curb risky lending

Dover firm aids Natalee Holloway search

Maine PUC to meet Thursday to discuss phone deal

Streeter vetoes vote on parkway

State Street Saloon could face additional penalties in gambling case

Derry hires business development chief

Heating aid tied to war funds

Heating aid tied to war funds

NHIRC awards grants for research partnerships

Patrick plays his hand in battle over casinos

McNamara to replace McLeod at NHADA

Cash for Gold owner sues rival over use of name

Workers comp law makes for a 'huge mess'; clarity sought

Consumers should expect higher prices to eventually reach them, analysts say.

Legal panel investigates news leak

Business owners speak against N. Hampton proposal

Weather dries up some Mobil and Exxon stations

State Street Saloon fined $28g after gambling plea

Franklin may raze mill buildings to revitalize area

JetBlue airline to begin air service in Rutland today

In N.H.'s North Country, a city building hope

Mass. governor is open to corporate tax-rate cut

Underground market complicates labor issue

State rail authority seeks start-up donations

$12.5m parking garage approved in Portsmouth

Environmental Power begins work on Nebraska facility

With conditions, PUC would OK Verizon deal

Shoppers undaunted by storm

Less cash in kettles dims hopes to give

Regional cooperation eyed in York County

Retailers face an ominous holiday sign

Concord Steam plant could move to old rail yard

If phone sale fails, Verizon faces scrutiny

Palace Theatre finds its center at local ballroom

A cancer eating the construction industry

Authority lobbies for Downeaster funding

Canadians snap up American homes

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