New Hampshire Business Review January 19 2007

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Nashua car dealer fires back on addition

Green says Port of New Hampshire not put to best use

Study finds more businesses rely on older workers

Dover chamber endorses waterfront proposal

Keene airport to propose new terminal

Pennsylvania firm to purchase Manchester School

iCAD releases upgraded digital system

Proposed bill could cost communities thousands in tax revenue

Westin hotel near approval in Portsmouth

Search for new UNH president continues

Panel admits to some secrecy in Dover waterfront plans

Lawmakers may cut requirements for barbers

St. Anselm selling prime Bedford land

Somersworth family suffers after lender can't close the deal

New dean of Whittemore school named

Agreement seen between Hudson eatery, IRS

DMV workers complain about Flynn petition

FairPoint: Verizon merger means 600 jobs

Tenney makes good on refund promise

N.H., Vt. real estate firms merging

New London Hospital expansion proposed

Agreement seen between Hudson eatery, IRS

Portsmouth Conservation Commission tours site of Meadowbrook project

New dean of Whittemore school named

Exit 2 vacancies: 60,000 square feet remains speculative

Shoreland protection regulations discussed in Gilford

Woodsville Wal-Mart to open in November

Scrap metal firm stands by economic impact figures

Markey calls for FTC probe of TJX

Firm sets sights on Nashua

IRS seeks to seize Hudson eatery’s assets

Lynch wants to revive job training fund

StockerYale in stock deal with investment firm

N.H. gets share of tobacco settlement

Event links up small business, state officials

Canadian company to buy former Great Northern mills

StockerYale in stock deal with investment firm

N.H. gets share of tobacco settlement

Subprime lender ordered to end lending practices in Conn.

Maine PUC sets contempt hearing for Verizon

IRS seeks to seize Hudson eatery’s assets

Agriculture commissioner retiring after 25 years

TJX faces class action lawsuit in data breach

Refugees hit hardest by lead poisonings

Presidential pair picks UNH

Energy efficiency pushed for lodging, restaurant firms

Hudson residents join to fight retail center

Challenge to drug law allowed to advance

Southern N.H. Bank to change name

Bill could shut down N.H. greyhound tracks

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