New Hampshire Business Review June 6 2008

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Judge to decide leader for Hannaford lawsuit

N.H. resident sick from salmonella

N.H. agencies seek $339m in capital spending

Court upholds over-55 complex approval in Merrimack

Public opposes firms' move to former Process site in Plaistow

Uncertain future for burned Amherst Plaza

Paulson to urge new Fed powers

FairPoint's delay has Maine lawmakers on edge

Press Herald owner sues newspaper union

Guinta: City left out of loop on bus service

Interpreter/author files sex harass suit

Study: Dropouts hurt economy

North Country merchants chasing Canada's dollar

Smaller Bike Week turnout reflects economic conditions

Mixed message on DHMC pay

N.H. gas prices still making history

N.H. cuts $30 million from state budget

Another tannery plan collapses

Foster family sees limitless future

Why we're gloomier than the economy

Contractor speaks of Concord facade feud

Portsmouth's healthy economy behind bond-rating upgrade

FairPoint delays full takeover of Verizon

FairPoint penalized $25,000 for Maine 911 issues

EPA: Off-site disposal cheaper and quicker

Hypertherm seeks to expand facilities

All not well for troopers, patrol

Manchester stats: Need, no money for parking

Biomass industry solutions attract big bucks

Tyco suits re-emerge in N.H. court

Bike Week said off to good start

Plan aired for 98 housing units in Bedford

Parking shortage curtails Manchester-Boston bus runs

Grocery plans at Penacook tannery are set aside

Tomatoes back on menu at several restaurants

State mulls cuts for cancer screening

Only one of 101 parties preventing cleanup of Beede Superfund site

StockerYale takeover try may go hostile

Tupelo owner plans new $7m complex in Derry

InBev reaches out to Merrimack

Cabela's has turnpike exit hopping in Maine

Rumors of layoffs swirl at IBM in Vermont

Conference to focus on sustainability

Bentley spinoff details revealed

EPA offers change to Milford Superfund cleanup proposal

Soaring asphalt costs mean less paving

New Hampshire monitoring tomatoes for salmonella

Lebanon firm plans to expand, add jobs

Bike Week begins with moderate crowds, late bookings

Temporary headache on licenses

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