New Hampshire Business Review November 10 2006

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Ex-Enterasys exec grilled on business deals

No easy solution seen to nightclub problem

More time, money needed for I-93 project

Ma & Pa's Kitchen gets one big order

Weekly U.S. jobless claims climb by 12,000

Maine's jobless rate stays steady in October

N.H. joins challenge to Vermont Yankee relicense bid

Rochester city manager remains vague on future of Skyhaven Airport

Ex-Enterasys exec grilled on business deals

Vermont's unemployment rate drops in October

No mercy for Rochester home builder: Must lower duplexes' height

Portsmouth Music Hall brings about $4.1m to region

Bedford hotel proposal may be approved soon

Ex-controller details Enterasys ‘delinking’

Flaws seen in markets for utilities

Target offers $4 generics at pharmacies

Summer home sales fall in 38 states

Dover lawyer representing 85 families in vaccine lawsuit

Ex-controller details Enterasys ‘delinking’

North Country rallies against view tax

Utility ‘skeptical’ of Nashua’s offer

N.H. No. 2 in health benefits costs

Dems, GOP millions apart on phone-jamming damages

New chief at helm of BAE enterprise

Paulson says business is over-regulated

Sam's Club's Manchester store to sell Segway XT

Milford may get 500-unit development

Vermont retailers are crying in their beer tax

N.H. No. 2 in health benefits costs

TD Bank to buy rest of TD Banknorth

Portsmouth cracking down on outside cab companies doing business in the city

Exeter Area Chamber president resigns

Board wants Manchester airport chief tied down

Lowe's reveals details for store planned off Spaulding Turnpike in Rochester

Gay teacher says employer forced him out of work

N.H. taxpayers on the hook for pensions

Ex-CEO of Int'l Paper Box Machine charged with theft

State land offers untapped potential

Manchester scrutinizes plan for downtown 'ale house'

Logan’s 6th runway scheduled to open

Seacoast economist: 'Be bold'

N.H. Retirement System: Insurance subsidy's debated as medical inflation mounts

TD BankNorth going private

USNH cites basis for state budget request

Pairing economy, resource protection benefits N.H.

Company shows interest in Claremont industrial park land

Puzzling 'Why-Kurt' signs have a practical answer

Milford gym has new ownership

Ex-Enterasys CEO tells of revenue ‘red flag’

N.H. economy still growing but slower

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