New Hampshire Business Review June 8 2007

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Survey says many homeowners are often mistaken about insurance coverage

At Wal-Mart, a back door into banking

Proposal withdrawn for affordable housing project in Rochester

Cabot Hosiery making socks for the Army

Merrimack indoor water park, hotel up for debate

Rooms and meals license rules changed

Browns' total bill grows to $3 million

Lynch signs bill restoring job-training funds

Revised tax plan 'going nowhere'

Unions say 'no' to swap of plans Insurance move could have saved $1 million

Biodiesel as independence

Developers eye another business site on Route 101

Rooms and meals license rules changed

N.H. ski areas rebounded from season’s slow start

Club may be close to winning town’s approval

Chamber boss leaves post to lead push for affordability

Paper mill closure puts 114 out of work

State holds first minority women’s health conference

Lynch signs bill restoring job-training funds

Deal reached on fuel pre-buy protections

N.H. furniture supplier files Chapter 11

Ad spotlights Winnipesaukee water quality

House, Senate fail to agree on state budget

House, Senate fail to agree on state budget

Cuomo: Lenders ‘redlining’ loans for college students

New study gauges economic impact of federal prison in Berlin

Vermont paper mill shuts for now

Hollis Planning Board sees plans for 24-lot subdivision

Committee backs public works budget

Maine attorney disputes fraud was committed in registration case

EPA files complaints against oil firm, landlord

EPA files complaints against oil firm, landlord

Hinsdale Wal-Mart inches forward

Impact fees may raise price of homes in Rochester; officials see benefits

Airport display features high-tech Product of Year

Smoking ban gets Lynch’s OK

Concord Hospital dumps billing company

N.H. furniture supplier files Chapter 11

‘Natural’ development files bankruptcy

Funding cut could jeopardize reporting of hospital infection rates

Wendy’s explores sale

College presidents promise conservation

Berlin eyed for wood pellet manufacturing plant

Nashua still waiting on HUD funds

Killington owner has big plans

Fishery council to tackle groundfish issues

Homebuilder index hits 16-year low

Study backs Maine group's claim that Schiller is too loud

BAE Systems gets $54 million Army deal

Ex-Riverstone execs seek SEC deal

Company cites potential for growth along Route 101

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