New Hampshire Business Review June 1 2012

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'Inspiring Women' event set for June 22

'Home-flippers' return to real estate market in New Hampshire

N.H. seeks 'over the shoulder' consultant in prison privatization decision

N.Y. bank completes Hampshire First acquisition

Judge orders USA Springs lender to fulfill $60m deal

Mass. firm to buy Micronetics for $75m

UNH grads' startup eyes Boston via crowdfunding

Micronetics ends fiscal year on a high note

Foreclosures rise, but pace slows, in April

The April filings 'present the classic economist's dilemma'

Trendslide's journey to the app store

Forum will give lawmakers a closer look at N.H. foreclosure picture

N.H. GDP growth slowed in 2011

5 N.H. firms file for bankruptcy in May

Q&A with Highlands Inn owner Grace Newman

Q&A with Highlands Inn owner Grace Newman

An interview with Grace Newman, owner of the Highlands Inn lesbian resort in Bethlehem.

New website seeks to ease internships

'Internships drive local graduates to stay and work in New Hampshire'
Flotsam & Jetsam

Flotsam & Jetsam

Some actually are willing to make tough budget choices

School-funding amendment would hurt children with disabilities

Why undo the Circuit Court's achievements?

Wetlands protection is important for New Hampshire

When investment incentives are misaligned

When investment incentives are misaligned

Prescription drug monitoring nears reality in N.H.

The similarity between 'Bountygate' and corrupted corporate thinking

Positioning your brand with real value is the superior model of sales and marketing

Remembering Gene Savage and Chester College

Are smart meters spying on you?

Cloud computing is your IT destiny

How to cure yourself of micromanaging

State ranks high for business friendliness

Shareholders OK sale of Monadnock Bank to Mass. credit union

N.H. fares well in licensing surveys

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