New Hampshire Business Review January 5 2007

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Doctor: Nation needs universal health care

TJX credit data stolen; wide impact feared

Dunn’s building sold for $2.7m in Manchester

Derry, Wal-Mart close to deal on road work

Dunn building sold for $2.7m in Manchester

Governor meets with Collins & Aikman workers

StockerYale purchase misses expectations

StockerYale purchase misses expectations

Freezing weather allows logging work to resume

Senate panel limits pay deferrals for executives

Apple iPhone won't be available in Vermont and parts of New Hampshire

Finance chair steamed at delay in state audit

Lawmakers seek to help state’s laid-off

Bill takes at aim at uncollected debt

Wellington Hill deal delayed in Manchester

Rye retirement community faces opposition

Crematory doctor guilty

N.H. unemployment unchanged

BIA lists ‘07 policy priorities

Verizon to sell N.H. local phone lines

Merrimack senior housing plan still up in air

Simon Property Group lowers ’07 expectations

Pennichuck takeover hearings halted

UNH farm joins national organic co-op

Children's advocates outline '07 agenda

Bill takes at aim at uncollected debt

New Hampshire plows ahead with winter tourism campaign

Justices decline to take up new eminent domain case

Bill would add consumer protection appeal

FairPoint seen as a step up

Bill would add consumer protection appeal

BIA lists ‘07 policy priorities

Compromise to end school funding battle, advocacy group says

Compromise to end school funding battle, advocacy group says

Pennichuck adds Exeter system

Verizon, FairPoint to merge N.H., Vt., Maine fixed-line businesses

Hearing set on Cannon lease bill

Vermont's livable wage gap widens

Hudson plaza developer investing big before plan OK’d

Rochester planners consider 51-lot subdivision

New Concord garage takes shape

Peak Pitch readies New Hampshire return

Hearing set on Cannon lease bill

N.H. drafts more detailed list of items Medicaid won't cover

Hearing on Exit 3 plan set in Candia

Bill aims to up state investments in Amtrak

Lawmakers aiming to legalize pot

Pennichuck, Nashua postpone eminent domain proceedings

Buyers scarce, many condos are for rent

UNH professor: Most N.H. low-wage workers are women, elderly

N.H. post office earns a Star

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