New Hampshire Business Review March 17 2006

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Forum explores promoting enviro-friendly companies

High tech entrepreneur nominees sought

Riverstone bonus program approved

Energy credit moves on to House

De Palma Group acquired by EFC Systems

Role of angel investors growing

Globe Manufacturing exec featured at CEO Forum

Senate revises appeals process for professional boards

Road, bridge deterioration cited

CTC Communications to buy Conversent

Governor plans winter business aid forum

Peterborough tax preparer under injunction

Planet Fitness sues over trademark

Planet Fitness is seeking a judgment about the use of its “judgment free” language.

House backs insurance premium tax cut

Community Bank & Trust issues dividend

Bids stream in for bankrupt Foss

Timberland concerned over European duty

‘Storytelling’ for nonprofits

House votes to bar towns from forcing open space access

Senate panel backs R&D, energy tax breaks

Town hall meetings to focus on transportation planning

Unitil plans 'significant' electric rate hike

Preservation conference set for April 11-12

StockerYale meets Nasdaq guidelines

Correction: Tourism industry to honor Barba

Long menu of bills awaiting ‘crossover’ votes

Unitil seeks Mass. gas rate cut

Ericsson makes new Riverstone bid

Youngest mayor has eye on the future and prosperity

Youngest mayor has eye on the future and prosperity

New FDIC guidance stresses banks’ ethics policies

Restrictive regulations fuel affordable housing crisis

Flotsam & Jetsam

Flotsam & Jetsam

Is geothermal a viable source of N.H. electricity?

Is geothermal a viable source of N.H. electricity?

Downtown Manchester attracts a younger, wealthier crowd

Downtown Manchester attracts a younger, wealthier crowd

Bill draws distinctions between employee, contractor

Q&A with: Anthem Blue Cross medical director Elizabeth Malko

Q&A with: Anthem Blue Cross medical director Elizabeth Malko

Learn how to manage your banking relationship

Prosecution grilled at Enterasys hearing as trial is reset

Nashua special ed move ‘deplorable’

Stonyfield Institute inspires success stories

New southern N.H. bank readied

Former mayor offers advice and perspective

Cook On Concord: Senate returns and wades into complex bills

Currency tools help firms compete globally

N.H. gets a ‘D’ in mental health care

N.H. gets a ‘D’ in mental health care

State’s banking industry continues to thrive

The sweet side of New Hampshire

The sweet side of New Hampshire

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