New Hampshire Business Review May 23 2008


Charitable fund chief issues warning

Retirement bill passes in House, Senate

House, Senate ante up on charity poker tax

Salem firm to take over airport shuttle

Executive Council OKs Mittersill exchange

Brooks lawyer accused of aiding cover-up

Lobbying bill killed by House

Lynch budget measure gets OK

Verizon in talks to buy Alltel

For many boaters, price of gas is not an obstacle

Scope of MTBE case at issue

Jobs cut at Fidelity in Merrimack

Bernanke to grads: no repeat of '70s

Smuttynose Brewery plan meets more opposition in Hampton

LRGH project bonds OKd by council

N.H. firm acquires Vermont Tubbs

Rising prices, falling dollar stoke memories of the '70s

Atkinson's Lewis honored for helpings others

Chelsea plans accepted; clock starts

Lawmakers reach deal on pensions

OECD cuts economic forecasts

Embezzlement saga's likely end is prison

Judge says 'further roadblocks' to Westin project 'meritless'

Lawmakers to vote on home inspector licenses, growth ordinances

Lynch to file for re-election

Legislature targets plan for erasing $180m deficit

Pharmacy college buys land

Lakes Region hospital project gets nod

UNH gets largest gift ever

AT&T workers rally for better wages, health benefits

Charter school founder blames closing on state

Vt. Yankee to store low-level waste at plant

Planned renewable power projects need new transmission lines

Lawyer fined in Concord parkway case

Candia water park owner eager to open

SNHU plans building boom

Manchester, Portsmouth eateries sound alike

Vt. offers new business loans

Deadline looms for budget, pension bills

State revenues $11m short

Waivers needed in Bedford project

Enterasys retrial delayed until October

Rising food costs hit school cafeterias

Scooter sales skyrocketing

Worry, hope fuels talks on Vt. future

Mowing costs a lot of green these days

Manchester to report restaurant inspection results

Windham guitar maker sues music Web site over e-mails

Windham guitar maker sues music Web site over e-mails

Economy takes a toll on the tee

Student loans start to bypass 2-Year colleges