New Hampshire Business Review February 11 2011

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Diesel users feel the pain of oil spikes

RGGI repeal vote snags PSNH

Poll finds N.H. residents regain economic optimism

CRDC partners with Mass. development corp.

N.H. ranks favorably for cell phone taxes

Top international financiers to revisit Bretton Woods

Lebanon Airport could lose $2m in program cut

5 N.H. health clubs 'Commit' to wellness program

N.H. Tech Council joins forces with North Shore group

House panel votes to quit RGGI

Future construction pace slows in Dec.

Teresa Rosenberger, 2011 Outstanding Woman in Business

Teresa Rosenberger, 2011 Outstanding Woman in Business

New Hampshire State President, FairPoint Communications
Karen Pollard, 2011 Outstanding Woman in Business

Karen Pollard, 2011 Outstanding Woman in Business

Economic Development Manager, City of Rochester
Andrea Johnstone, 2011 Outstanding Woman in Business

Andrea Johnstone, 2011 Outstanding Woman in Business

Attorney, Bernstein Shur
Robin Comstock, 2011 Outstanding Woman in Business

Robin Comstock, 2011 Outstanding Woman in Business

President, Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce
Maren Boothby, 2011 Outstanding Woman in Business

Maren Boothby, 2011 Outstanding Woman in Business

Owner, Boothby Therapy Services
Maureen Beauregard, 2011 Outstanding Woman in Business

Maureen Beauregard, 2011 Outstanding Woman in Business

President, Families In Transition
2011 Outstanding Women in Business

2011 Outstanding Women in Business

Q&A with Restaurateur Tom Boucher

Q&A with Restaurateur Tom Boucher

NHBR About Town

NHBR About Town

Drink up: N.H. isn’t running out of water after all

Drink up: N.H. isn’t running out of water after all

RGGI: a tax by another name

N.H.'s RGGI law - no apologies required

Highlander left out of airport parking bids

Ignore the Northern Pass fear and rhetoric

The jury's still out on malpractice panels

A real business education

No government or limited government?

Flotsam & Jetsam

Flotsam & Jetsam

Design and snow loads: an engineer’s perspective

'Startup' for startups adjusts

'Startup' for startups adjusts

The goal of the NH-ICC has been to create an innovative platform to accelerate the development of high technology, early-stage startups and leverage the growing intellectual capitalization at UNH

Assume the best in people and reap the benefits

2011 'boot camp' for entrepreneurs March 24-25

Nursing homes unfazed by Medicare ruling

Northern Pass plan jeopardizes North Country economy

A building expense

Understanding today's career opportunities

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