New Hampshire Business Review May 25 2007

 

Portland jetport fares plummeting

Ocean Properties reworks proposal for Maine State Pier

Company cites potential for growth along Route 101

Micronetics buys microwave firm

Vt. resorts log worst winter in 12 years

Court, rail plans in proposed budget

Union petition bill tabled

House OKs coverage for divorced spouses

Director’s departure hits iCAD

Anagnost wins Manchester chamber award

Realtors predict 4.6% drop in home sales for this year

BIA policy roundtables begin

Adequate education amendment shot down

BIA policy roundtables begin

Explanation in Hooksett firings offered

House OKs coverage for divorced spouses

Westin project could be approved

Micronetics buys microwave firm

Boozier beer may be coming

Tougher guidelines approved to protect children from lead

Property owners appeal Sturm Ruger variance

Director’s departure hits iCAD

Nashua stock purchase advances in House

Rumford gets bankruptcy extension

Outback, Carrabba’s chains sold

TJX chief apologizes to investors for breach

Duprey plans another Concord hotel

Comcast plans to beef up Fox Sports New England

Panel’s budget plan adds phone, filing tax

Four buildings to go on Keene railroad land

Michigan company to buy Sugarloaf, Sunday River

Chittenden Corp. to buy Wolfeboro bank

Outback, Carrabba’s chains sold

Regional SBA chief resigns in preparation for deployment to Iraq

N.H. student achievement on state reading and math tests up since NCLB, report says

Education aid amendment in jeopardy

Arbitrator sides with faculty in UNH lab space dispute

Tokyo firm's officials find Plymouth roots

Congressmen feel warming firsthand

Chittenden Corp. to buy Wolfeboro bank

Nashua businesses seek to pump up blood drive efforts

Vt. Yankee cracks concern state

Bill defines adequate education

U.S. airfares down from last summer

Labor Dept. sues hotel subcontractors

Rite Aid buys 38 Brooks stores in N.H.

N.H. lawmakers take aim at trade deals

Enterasys retrial set for July 10

Bike Week crowds may be smaller

Latin trip opens doors for businesses