New Hampshire Business Review January 6 2006

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Autodesk names new CEO

Malden Mills wins new military deal

Enterasys shareholder vote set

StockerYale adds more info on job cuts

N.H. town administrator elected to national post

BAE calculates N.H. economic impact

Business groups oppose ‘Wal-Mart bill

Four firms declare bankruptcy

Peterborough singles out business recyclers

CB Richard Ellis Continues to grow

Environmental Power unit inks Calif. deal

UNH hires new veep of finance

Timberland again named to ‘Best Companies’ list

Fisher Scientific president to retire

StockerYale to cut workforce

Bill could put private case managers out of business

$1 solid waste tax proposed

Calif. firm buys majority interest in GT Equipment

Insurer sues Devine Millimet

Q&A with: PUC Commissioner Clifton Below

Q&A with: PUC Commissioner Clifton Below

CCT employees get federal help

The legal reasons to have an e-data maintenance system

Goode named deputy state travel chief

Construction ethics award celebrates 10th anniversary

BrandParters signs $5.4m in contracts

House tackles business-related measures

N.H. Distributors delivers with a legacy of commitment

N.H. Distributors delivers with a legacy of commitment

Arts awards nominees sought

‘Small Business Day’ set at State House

Real estate markets turning red hot in Claremont, Newport

Real estate markets turning red hot in Claremont, Newport

Nonprofit bundles up hurricanes’ child victims

Nonprofit bundles up hurricanes’ child victims

Norton on Real Estate: Energy prices key to New England business

StockerYale sells Salem headquarters

Flotsam & Jetsam

Flotsam & Jetsam

What to consider in taking outside capital

Uncover ‘Rembrandts in the attic’ with an IP audit

Water firm sues town, competitor over conflicts

Jobless benefits, tax hikes in legislators’ sights

Jobless benefits, tax hikes in legislators’ sights

SB 110 refund study urged

Letters to the Editor

Cook On Concord: Practicing law through the lens of the ‘good old days’

Role of women lawyers has come a long way in 30 years

Role of women lawyers has come a long way in 30 years

‘06 brings new developments in retirement planning

Global trade picture looks strong for 2006

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