New Hampshire Business Review March 30 2007

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Thermo Fisher chairman to retire

Sale of Kline's Furniture building in Portsmouth put on hold

BIA supports Lynch amendment

BIA supports Lynch amendment

Summer dairy prices headed up

Music Hall: Imus Seacoast show will go on, with conditions

StockerYale seeks Delaware incorporation

StockerYale seeks Delaware incorporation

Palazzi wins industry ethics award

Golf retailers taking a shot at the region

Rye elderly housing plan derailed

Student loan giant Sallie Mae settles in conflict-of-interest probe

Amtrak CEO views Downeaster as a model for other states

State Street inn clears hurdle in Portsmouth

Thermo Fisher chairman to retire

Tax, fee increases dot House budget plan

Tax, fee increases dot House budget plan

Rivier presents “Microlending and Macro-vision”

Analysts: TJX case may cost over $1b

Palazzi wins industry ethics award

Energy suppliers excited about future demands

Hotel, restaurant coming to Dover

Pennichuck exec compensation revealed

Civil unions will pass Senate, supporters say

Pennichuck exec compensation revealed

Enterasys sentencing delayed yet again

Rochester Planning Bloard OKs Flatley signs

UNH president candidate touts fund-raising experience

Hudson construction operation sued for $120k

Most expect a recession, survey says

Gasoline price surge easing, government says

DHMC to drop Imus ads

Enterasys sentencing delayed yet again

Sentencing delayed for ex-IPBM CEO

KeySpan to pay for overbilling

Amendment threatens minimum wage hike

Dartmouth seeks dismissal of ski death lawsuit

House due to vote on $10.4b budget

Changes ahead for Port of N.H.?

Shortage of lobsters driving up prices

Patrick: Federal fishing rules create 'economic disaster'

Presstek gets Nasdaq delisting warning

Gas-fired facilities up for sale

Gas-fired facilities up for sale

Water quality focus of conference

Committee head defends budget bill

iCAD rebuts journal criticism of technology

U.S. chamber head to speak in N.H.

N.H. privately insured paid an extra $345 million in 2005

N.H. companies look to perks to keep employees

iCAD rebuts journal criticism of technology

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