New Hampshire Business Review June 5 2009

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Some small businesses in N.H. may see their tax bills go higher

Ayotte in running for Senate seat?

Estimate places natural gas reserves 35% higher

N.H. maple syrup industry taps into high demand

Executive Council confirms Conboy, Ignatius

27 N.H. parks could be up for grabs

Maine public advocate threatens to file formal complaint against FairPoint

Salem iPhone thefts were to finance real estate

Jobless get break at Nashua YMCA

Speedway gears up for Lenox 301

In Portsmouth, economist assures freefall has been over for a while

Eddie Bauer files for bankruptcy protection

U.S. jobless claims fall for first time in 21 weeks

Budget conferees seek a ‘fourth way’

Courthouse doors are slowly closing

Unitil to be added to Russell 3000

Plan to overhaul financial regulation focuses on consumer protection, risk

Gas prices rattle motorists

Sun shines as Bike Week reaches midpoint

BrandPartners looks for overseas investors

Justices hear scrubber debate

Bill requiring notice on mass N.H. layoffs advances

Merrimack residents in property dispute with outlet mall developer

New CEO to lead FairPoint

Budget plan includes vehicle registration fee hikes

WIC gives coupons for use at markets

Nashua’s economic development director sees room for growth

Vt. syrup makers coast to record year

Is BET rate hike really ‘not happening’?

N.H. consulting firm under fire in R.I.

Open house set for Birth Place at city hospital

Casella reports $68m loss

Hinsdale OKs Wal-Mart change

Nanocomp reaches production milestone

Man hurt in 3-car crash is improving

Longtime Waste Management official no longer with company

New owner planning to strengthen Maine newspapers

Longtime family-owned business reborn in Exeter Lumber

Navy secretary likes what he finds at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard

N.H. charities say they'll lose if gambling is approved

Rains don't dampen bikers' enthusiasm

Census finds just over 5% of Hillsborough County is Hispanic

Data on housing and inflation top expectations

State revenue chief airs tax ideas

N.H. auto loan delinquency rate better than average

Business groups have different priorities in tax fight

Unemployment rate rises slightly in May

Two companies blast Nashua district over bidding

More N.H. companies opting for furloughs

Scrubber case heads to Supreme Court

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