New Hampshire Business Review November 25 2005

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Manchester chamber seeks Citizen of Year

Swiss mutual fund buys a chunk of Pennichuck

Curative prepares to declare Chapter 11

UNH plans engineering career fair

New law clarifies notary services

Businessman admits tax-avoiodance scheme

State agency seeks unemployment tax hike

J. Jill mulls ways to hike share value

HiSoftware gains new funding, CEO

State seeks crackdown on misuse of independent contractor status

StockerYale COO announces retirement

Ex-CFO indicted for embezzling

Verizon dividend stays the same

Economic index sees gains

Survey sees holiday spending hike in region

China deal signed by iCAD

BIA seminar to tackle energy costs

Insect control firm in legal skirmish

Insurance agency faces sex discrimination suit

Target, Salvation Army aid flood victims

Index sees strength in U.S. commercial realty market

Cigna to publicize medical service costs

Salem scientist earns worldwide recognition

Presstek unit inks 15-year deal

Pax urges ‘alternative gifts’ for holiday

WBC to host holiday shopping event

SkillSoft beats expectations for third quarter

BET energy credit proposed

Ecora partners with UK company

BofA launches small-business discount program

Construction Institute launched in N.H.

Retailer of Year nominations sought

StockerYale gets new Nasdaq warning

NHBR seeks ‘Outstanding Women in Business’

Flood-damaged firm turned down for federal grant

N.H. exec at center of competition suit

Curative director steps down

Q&A with: Historical preservationist Jennifer Goodman

Q&A with: Historical preservationist Jennifer Goodman

N.H. hospitals rally to support a Mississippi counterpart

N.H. hospitals rally to support a Mississippi counterpart

Flotsam & Jetsam

Flotsam & Jetsam

MBA students fine-tune Philharmonic’s business strategies

When it comes to e-learning: let the buyer beware

Taking Enterasys private: ‘brighter future’ or ‘pathetic’?

Cook On Concord: Aggressive politics in Manchester creates strange results

Giving diligence its due

Letters to the Editor

Ex-AES CEO now puts his energy in education

Ex-AES CEO now puts his energy in education

N.H. still setting economic pace

Heat is turned up on StockerYale

The sky’s the limit for airborne communications firm

The sky’s the limit for airborne communications firm

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