New Hampshire Business Review November 23 2007

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In Plymouth, Lowe's project scrutinized again

N.H. House, Senate leaders plan fix for worker compensation

Mainers getting bad deal on power

Developers not behind planned Nashua road, bridge

Bush wins agreement to freeze mortgages

State expands mortgage aid efforts

Bill seeks CO2 cap and trade system

Four N.H. phone firms to freeze rates

Skybus to add Portsmouth flights

Federal theme park regulation effort crippled

Deal reached to send heat to paper mill

Survey finds N.H. college savings miss mark

Port worker files restraining order against longtime critic

Planners discuss Route 25 report in Moultonborough

Vermont man works toward new motorcycle rally in Rutland

Sale skeptics say letters to PUC oppose Verizon's lines sale

Report: Overfishing a problem in New England

Vt. delegation seeks $1 billion increase for heating assistance

Nashua looks to restrict gaming

Smokey Bones chain purchased

Salem board OKs office building in flood plain

Study: Energy bills could cut N.H. jobs

Study: Energy bills could cut N.H. jobs

Report: Maine's singularity an 'economic asset'

$63m hospital expansion well received

AT&T to acquire much of Unicel's service in Vt.

Former Yoken's on sale for $7m

Tax hike sought for oil cleanups

FairPoint steams forward

More warming to other heat sources

Merrimack outlets decision deadline extended

Frisbie CEO: Ability to pay is no factor in care

Summit to explore manufacturing workforce issues

Ex-state senator accepts plea deal

In Tilton: Hilton Hotel battle in court

Wavering U.S. dollar could turn around soon

N.H. trees bound for troops abroad

State lenders, lawyers and regulators unite

Firm hired to study flooding causes

State's motion granted in Dodd's case

Garage project gains 1st OK in Portsmouth

StockerYale shares bubble above $1

$63 million hospital expansion discussed in Portsmouth

Powerspan secures emissions-capture patent

Patrick invokes historic link to China

International trade companies seen circumventing state laws

California energy firm buys Springfield wood-fired plant

ElectroCraft acquires German company

Goss to sell its building in Dover

Work galore: October's N.H. jobless figures best in six years

National Guard launches its own brand

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