New Hampshire Business Review February 2 2007

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N.H. manufacturing jobs drop 2.5 percent

Large Dover office building gets OK

TJX, Pier 1 locked in an odd, but heated, battle over hiring

Portsmouth council denies BOA reappointment

Portsmouth council denies BOA reappointment

Affordable housing plan for Western Avenue moves forward in Rochester

Melnick's is changing hands in Laconia

Lynch won't be pleasing everyone with his budget

Despite storm, no lack of flowers or romantic dinners

House panel weighs excavation tax hike

Ayotte: Consumers should monitor bank and credit card statements after breach

Ayotte: Consumers should monitor bank and credit card statements after breach

Businesses warned of e-mail virus

More Mexicans deported from Vermont than other states in region

Trailhead fees considered to fund upkeep

Shipyard advocates still worried

Anti-mall group meets tonight in Hudson

N.H. manufacturing jobs drop 2.5 percent

House panel weighs excavation tax hike

Vermont CEOs optimistic, survey finds

Portsmouth Regional Hospital defeats lawsuit

Gregg introduces bill to increase drug safety

Senate panel backs smoking-ban bill

State of the city: Dover said to be on the right track

Concept of leasing Cannon sent to study

Undersea cable could bring 'green' power to Hub

Riders jump aboard Nashua-Boston bus

2006 sees less startup Vt. growth

Retirement costs keep on growing

Simon offers to buy Md. mall developer

Time change could confuse computers

State of the city: Mayor says Rochester is better than NYC

New fee eyed to conserve N.H. land

Longtime residents recall coal tar arriving on Liberty Hill

Eaton land vote back to Keene council

Red River names its executive director

SEC files new charges against Cabletron, Enterasys execs

Developer rolling dice on Dover's riverfront

N.H. could follow Vermont in aiding dairy farmers

States expand health care, face federal caps

Push to lease Cannon to private operator

Concord zoning vote clears way for doctors

Bottomline reports $2m loss

Bottomline reports $2m loss

New bus service starting between Nashua and Boston

USS Louisville arrives at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard

Concord native Zanes wins Grammy

SEC seeks to curtail investor suits

SEC files new charges against Cabletron, Enterasys execs

Clinic offers tips on starting, growing business

Bill would extend benefits to gay state workers

Lynch suggests using standards, curriculum to define adequacy

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