New Hampshire Business Review November 6 2009

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Economy tops N.H. Senate GOP legislative agenda

U.S. home building unexpectedly slumps in October

Signs point to a lukewarm recovery

Economy, flu put dent in donor blood supplies

Franklin firm sues over delays in Dover reconstruction project

Cobham to add 80 jobs at Exeter location

Key senator: Vt. faces $88M deficit

N.H. to get $35k in Vonage settlement

N.H. to get $35k in Vonage settlement

Mortgage firm's attorney: Client is available to talk

Portsmouth proposes major zoning overhaul on portions of Route 1 Bypass, Lafayette Road

Holase wins top N.H. high-tech award

Business survey finds image a problem in Rochester

Unitil to take $4.9m hit for Mass. overcharges

In Epping, barber wins battle over pole

Gambling opponents speak out

Unitil to take $4.9m hit for Mass. overcharges

‘One Step Beyond' to economic development

Senate OKs millions for Pease base, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard

‘One Step Beyond' to economic development

New restaurants replace closed eateries

N.H. home sales rise, prices fall

Court rules against tobacco shop

All's fare in travel by bus

FBI looking into mortgage firm's closure

N.H. jobless rate drops to 6.8%

Many will have to repay part of tax credit

Nashua chamber dinner aims for glamour

N.H. home sales rise, prices fall

Elliot project up for $140 million in bonds

CMC-Dartmouth-Hitchcock deal gets airing

N.H. jobless rate drops to 6.8%

Construction begins at Pier II site

N.H. falls short on H1N1 flu shots

Tamworth has its own version of universal health care

NHBR Network: new online forum for businesses

More FairPoint foul-ups: Dover has wrong phone book listings

Refugees in N.H. find American Dream elusive

Vermont Yankee extension opposed

Court move to cramp Nashua parking

Portsmouth zoning laws to be reviewed by city council

Drug makers raise prices in face of health reform

Adopt-a-park plan proposed in N.H.

House health bill includes Medicaid relief for states

Construction noise annoys downtown

School aid in limbo

Right-to-life leaders urge turnout at hospital forum

U.S. slaps Boston's rerouting of trucks

U.S. retail sales increase more than forecast

‘Build-a-bot' aims to take robots into offices

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