New Hampshire Business Review November 11 2005

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Bentley adds another Ireland deal

Fitch rates N.H.’s bonds at ‘AA’

Commission urges better funding to aid disabled

N.H. consumers voice growing pessimism

Ex-bank exec in insider trading settlement

Assisted living facility files Chapter 11

Sununu presidential coin effort gains

New Belknap County assistance approved by FEMA

EPG sets price for stock offering

Building 19 returning to Manchester

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Lawmakers reach heating aid compromise

House fails to override Lynch rules veto

Heat is turned up on StockerYale

Concord chamber honors McKerley

Curative faces Nasdaq delisting

Micronetics reports giant earnings hike

Pennichuck earnings hit by legal costs

Senate holds up added flood insurance funding

USNH survey seeks business participation

Investment firms bid to take Enterasys private

N.H. among states in wire fraud deal

Bentley inks insulin spray deal

Home Builders praise no-licensing decision

Flu clinic/drill schedule announced

Enterasys employment falls below 1,000

Developer seeks Capital Commons financing help

Partnership makes it easy to convert CDs

Off the Clock: Walking among the spirits of Portsmouth

Off the Clock: Walking among the spirits of Portsmouth

Letters to the Editor: Smoking bans are good business

Flotsam & Jetsam

Flotsam & Jetsam

New ‘Metro Center’ has economic clout

New ‘Metro Center’ has economic clout

To avoid legal catastrophe, preserve your e-mail

Norton on Real Estate: Winter may measure economy’s resilience

Commitment, values take food-service firm to the top

Commitment, values take food-service firm to the top

Commercial Notes: Why construction lenders’ appetites fluctuate

Touring troupe gives its all to keep live theater alive

Touring troupe gives its all to keep live theater alive

Cook On Concord: Bush’s new court nominee is no stealth candidate

Cities, state duke it out over MTBE suits

Cities, state duke it out over MTBE suits

Q&A with: NPR President Kevin Klose

Q&A with: NPR President Kevin Klose

N.H. economy still setting the pace in New England

Why poorly drafted impact fees can dampen even sensible development

Hotel, townhouses extend Manchester’s renaissance

Hotel, townhouses extend Manchester’s renaissance

New Hampshire exports continue to grow

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