New Hampshire Business Review February 29 2008

 

State slaps Pease for clearing wetlands

Milford igniter maker downsizing N.H. plants

They were built, but no one's coming

‘Wired’ snubs Portsmouth on municipal wi-fi list

Patrick's casino plan seen losing backers

Teacher arbitration bill heads to Senate

Diesel: Fuel for inflation?

New inspections ground 38 Southwest jets

House kills medical privacy bill

Developers want to add multi-tenant building in Merrimack

EPA tightens pollution standards

Bentley Pharmaceuticals 4Q profit slides

It's cheaper, simpler to go to college now in N.H.

31 towns vote against 'Pledge'

Sales of Girl Scout goodies hurting as economy sags

$89m N.H. bond sale replaces auction rate with 4.25% fixed

Tourism experts: N.H. needs to stretch marketing money

8 ex-execs settle in Enterasys, Riverstone cases

New Hampshire receives ‘AA’ rating from Fitch

Fed hopes to ease strain on economic activity

Retirees fear changes to pension system

'Fair tax' gains support

Maine newspaper eliminates 27 positions, laying off 15

Guinta, Lynch tout their records

Grasping personal finance

Poll: Mainers' economic pessimism on the rise

Warner hotel plan too tall, judge says

Portsmouth view to change

Portsmouth view to change

Airport causes growing pains for South Burlington

Vermont lost 2,000 jobs last year

Slot machine revenue drops at New England casinos

GSM buys Md. firm

Retirement reform protested

In Mass., many more going bankrupt

Paying at the pump, in a big way

Concord council moves to tear down Penacook tannery

FairPoint to pay dividends April 16

Buffett sheds White Mountains stake

Buffett sheds White Mountains stake

Lynch bill on health-care irks insurers

Abutters to Portsmouth project lose appeal

Drugs in the water? Pharmaceuticals found nationally, but local water untested

N.H. a top ski employer in the East

Lynch may have choice for DOT commissioner

Town meeting: It's all about taxes

Many can profit in a housing downturn

Alcatel-Lucent plant will close within months

Earmarks defended: Not evil, just part of budget

High fuel costs force creative thinking

Appeal likely in $1.75m medical malpractice lawsuit

Mortgage situation worsens in state