New Hampshire Business Review December 8 2006

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Two firms in running for downtown Dover parking garage study

AG says 'security freeze' will help prevent identity theft

Micronetics unit nets $2.5m deal

Cabela's project gets Maine town OK

Program to explore school-funding options

FCC TV vote a victory for phone companies

New A-B sorghum beer to be brewed in Merrimack

New A-B sorghum beer to be brewed in Merrimack

Mascoma awarded $20m contract

N.H. businesses see a strong ’07

N.H. businesses see a strong ’07

Four-story office building proposed for Dover

Another fast-food restaurant leaving Milford

Mascoma awarded $20m contract

Four of five guilty in Enterasys trial

Phone firms await FCC on cable ruling

Water co. takeover is nixed

Seabrook Station continues to focus on security

American Skiing to sell Steamboat

Another lawsuit looms for Jaffrey over Monadnock plan

Rye restaurateur charged with dumping sewage

Manchester aldermen urged to act against neglectful landlords

Four of five guilty in Enterasys trial (Updated)

Court gives green light to wetlands filling in Greenland

FedEx eyes new terminal in Chesterfield

Mall owner joins pact to raise employment standards

Snow-dependent businesses struggle in warm Northeast

American Skiing to sell Steamboat

Push planned for minimum wage hike

Mall owner joins pact to raise employment standards

Four of five guilty in Enterasys trial

Pease audit calls for better books

Paying health care from pensions proves costly

Brady Sullivan buys buildings

Leger 'was a gentleman of the theater'

Smith & Wesson to buy Thompson/Center Arms

Snowmobile registrations down 10,000 to 15,000

UNH survey finds strong support for land conservation in N.H.

Enterasys jury deadlocked on one count

Developer amends Dover waterfront proposal

N.H. holding company buys Vermont bank

Jack in the Box tops UNH franchise index

Settlement reached in online ad scheme

Portsmouth housing plan sent forward

New Hampshire, others sue EPA

Rochester planners approve 57-lot subdivision

Nonprofit salaries down, but benefits up

Lawyers call Loudon zoning dispute baseless

Report calls Mass. a new-jobs laggard

Affordable housing tops Portsmouth council agenda

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