New Hampshire Business Review July 18 2008

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Brokers group calls for lending market equality

Unitil plans move to NYSE

Potentially disruptive lender rule is delayed

A hidden toll on employment: cut to part time

Franklin gives green light to plan for new CVS pharmacy

PC Connection posts flat earnings

Judge: Manchester is 'dangerous and disgusting'

Timberland reports another loss

Group eyes Maine papers

Dad says landlord cheated son serving in Kuwait

Good employees are out there

Affordable housing on table for Pease

N.H. Army National Guard hits troop levels milestone

Where have the nurses gone?

Pax settles SEC charges with $500k fine

Mortgage company accused of fraud

Audit: Gardner misspent fed funds

Kenney, Stephen tout energy plans in Portsmouth

Restaurant chains close as diners reduce spending

Boston house prices show some spring

Possible Pennichuck takeover won't affect rate request

N.H. construction contracts rebound in June

Discussion on downtown Rochester vacancies dominates mayor's monthly meeting

90-year-old won't sell home to corporate giants

After 7 years, talks on trade collapse

Time to buy: $8.75 million buys Manchester building

CVS project gets the green light in Franklin

High gas prices boost service's use

Sale of Yoken's site in works

Kentucky-based company buys Vermont Castings

Centrix reports strong quarter

Severance pay hurts Nashua Corp. profits

‘I’ll fight to the death,’ says USA Springs chief

Report details Vt. nursing shortage

State has seen just 430 civil unions

Sluggish economy, smaller jackpots take toll on lottery sales

Court appoints committee to represent USA Springs creditors

StockerYale increases Virtek offer again

Battle over Pennichuck anything but final

No funds to lend to 40,000 students

Treasury, banks promote 'covered bonds'

CMP power plan gets nod from Maine PUC staff

Temporary span will replace Route 4 bridge to Vermont

Vt. utility maps out future power plan

N.H. may play 'card check' filibuster role

Jaffrey pellet company faces safety hazard fines

Annalee Doll sale seen changing little

FairPoint hires Cisco for broadband project

Mayor, board hold 'nonmeeting' to discuss Pennichuck ruling

Maine home sales down 22 percent

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