New Hampshire Business Review December 9 2005

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Centrix announces stock split

N.H. coastal insurance seen more stable than Mass.

Timberland completes acquisition

Warwick Mills sees jobs in defense contract

Skillsoft posts modest gains in fourth quarter

First-class stamps to increase to 39 cents

Standex sells two properties for $3.6m

Hicks picked to replace Nadeau on top court

Key Pax World fund closed to new investors

BAE completes flight test

NU takes $700m in credit

Enterasys sale papers detail execs’ compensation packages

College to sell Flatley land gift

Exeter chamber seeks nominations

IRS sets new mileage rate for 2006

State to intervene in CCT bankruptcy

American Skiing upbeat despite loss

Comcast reshapes for Adelphia buyout

Kandel to head corporate governance initiative

Firm shuts Mich. plant, moves work to N.H.

Tyco ‘document dumping’ deal reached

LaPlante to step down from N.H. NFIB post

GlycoFi in Merck alliance

Easter Seals elects chairman, board members

Brookstone closes 3Q down

GT Equipment tops $80m in China orders

Ribbon-cutting set for Manchester Place

SBA hikes small-business size standards

Bentley drug wins UK OK

Schmidt, Gleason to succeed Metzger at Citizens

Schmidt, Gleason to succeed Metzger at Citizens

Music Hall meets matching grant goal

Kollsman wins $33.6m defense contract

Employment Security may close four offices

Chemical firm loses hazwaste ruling

State seeks to beef up worker comp enforcement

N.H. exports rise for seventh consecutive month

Court rulings set guidelines for body art in the workplace

Giant mixed-use project envisioned in Hudson

Giant mixed-use project envisioned in Hudson

Despite turmoil, Burton maintains a persistent political pace

Despite turmoil, Burton maintains a persistent political pace

State seeks crackdown on ‘independent contractor’ label

Commercial Notes: The ‘structured financing’ alternatives

NHBR seeks ‘Outstanding Women in Business’

Flotsam & Jetsam

Flotsam & Jetsam

DRED commissioner honors seven

Traditional nursing program attracts non-traditional students

Q&A with: International educator Chris Spirou

Q&A with: International educator Chris Spirou

Cloudy forecast: N.H. consumers voice growing pessimism

Cloudy forecast: N.H. consumers voice growing pessimism

In the Dough

In the Dough

Norton on Real Estate: The N.H. economy, from a worldwide perspective

Keene-based MARKEM leaves its mark on the world

Keene-based MARKEM leaves its mark on the world

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