New Hampshire Business Review June 20 2008

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Rock of Ages has new CEO

New Portwalk plan gets initial approval

Tax revenue for state falls short by $69m

Displaced workers get $1.8m boost

800,000 visitors expected on the Fourth

‘Whole’ lot of speculation on Bedford grocery site

CMP announces plan to build new transmission lines

Seacoast Media Group to stay with News Corp.

USA Springs files Chapter 11

June single-family sales gain on Seacoast

Deepening cycle of job loss seen lasting into ’09

Merrimack outlet plan faces scrutiny

Water company withdraws 742-acre plan in Newton

InBev pitches buyout to Anheuser shareholders

Walgreens wins Laconia board approval

Bentley’s spinoff emerges

PSNH hikes electric rates by 6 percent

Amended Portwalk plan goes before TAC today

Lynch signs pension system reforms

Beer buyout battle spills to the hill

Agreement on Westin project expected soon

House panel to review GOP phone-jamming case

Leadership N.H. announces selection of new class

Meeting will browse Merrimack mall prospects

Avnet Inc. buys Source Electronics

Will Fourths have less pop?

N.H. dairy farms enticed to convert to organic

Manchester city clerk on leave as AG examines allegations

Mass. cigarette tax could jump $1 per pack

Oil prices driving up the cost of asphalt

Mill's closing drives nail in town's coffin

StockerYale begins hostile Virtek bid

Hannaford data breach fallout continues

College has big plans for two programs

State DOT head: fed highway act re-enacted

N.H. races will stay put

Boston Beer links with a nonprofit

Passport cards coming to Maine, Vt. border crossings

Region's heating costs to increase $2 a gallon

Merrimack Restaurant officially closes

Triangle Mall: Dust settles after runway, roadwork

Draft impact statement on I-93 widening expected this fall

Fines increased against anti-parkway lawyer

Funeral board chief's business partner charged with fraud

Gas reimbursement rate for lawmakers to increase July 1

N.H. delegation already looking at more funding, alternatives

N.H. has lowest jobless rate

Bus company bets fuel cost means profits

Concord sees big jump in tax delinquencies

Developer puts brakes on major Nashua retail project

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