New Hampshire Business Review January 2 2009

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Retail sales thrill some shoppers; economic fears grip others

SEA could retain prison workers

Anheuser-Busch InBev to open New York office

Lynch won't run for Senate

Downtown Portsmouth business climate: riding out the storm

Public session for checklist office

Public session for checklist office

Selectmen to meet on FEMA warrant

Former Sox star Mo Vaughn's company buys Lawrence apartments

N.H. wants to ease I-95 tie-ups with E-ZPass, open road tolling

Nashua man  accused of   burglary try

Nashua man accused of burglary try

Two bills filed to examine scrubber plan

It's a cold day in Hell, Mich., too

It's a cold day in Hell, Mich., too

Canterbury Woods files Chapter 11

Aavid announces more layoffs

Board takes steps to replace Hottel

Call issued for 1,000 more shipyard jobs

New Hampshire sets out to protect bettors at tracks

Mass. residents sue electric utility

CCA Global’s Brodsky in Co-Op Hall of Fame

Board vote  may end  Teeboom's  panel of 1

Board vote may end Teeboom's panel of 1

Files on killing reveal details, not motive

Files on killing reveal details, not motive

Wind chill will add extra bite to deep freeze today

Wind chill will add extra bite to deep freeze today

Maine's outlook for jobs gloomy

Cost, liability concerns delay pond cleanup proposal for a year

Grafton County towns want to put brakes on jail

IBM questions Vt. layoffs forecast

Real estate market hits 10-year low

Real estate market hits 10-year low

Portsmouth is among world’s best for 'geotourism'

Real estate market hits 10-year low

Sub shop workers accused of theft

Sub shop workers accused of theft

Maine milk prices plunge

N.H. home prices fell 9.9% in 2008

State gets bad grades for helping smokers quit

Salem's stimulus wish list tops $36 million

Insurance agent pleads guilty to fraud

Nashua board delays workforce housing plan review

State proposes new Medicaid cut

Board delays review after changes to plan

Board delays review after changes to plan

Obama's 'green' funds could create local jobs

TV executives say delay in digital switch would be costly

New book chronicles aviation in Keene, its airport

Spartans: Band will play on

Spartans: Band will play on

FairPoint CEO expects a reversal of fortune

Retail sales plummet 2.7 percent in December

District doesn't buy suspect spreads

FairPoint: Service changes will have to wait

Strength contest to help nonprofit

Hudson's proposed school budget down $1.05m over last year

Panel mulling if former rule better

Vt. economist forecasts IBM layoffs

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