New Hampshire Business Review October 12 2007

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Teams head to help Groveton mill workers

Thermo Fisher raises earnings guidance after 3Q profit rises

Economy shows new signs of stress

Manchester initiative targets poor and uninsured

StockerYale marks net loss for 3Q

N.H. misses out on iRobot

Parking raises stakes for Nashua gambling sites

Merrimack toll cut on their minds

FairPoint to assume Yellow Pages duties

Bank of America to cut 3,000 jobs

Prosecutor gets support to be judge

Verizon: We don't have backup plan

UNH: Gay men discriminated against more at work than gay women

Brookstone sales up in third quarter

Wolfeboro bank OKs sale to Chittenden

Mike Whitney retiring from Bank of America

Unions protest Hutter

Delta to drop Manchester-JFK service

Cremation rates increase in N.H.

Red October Hunt for World Series crown begins in stores

Prison subcontractor will set up apprenticeship program

Plan to preserve open spaces

Hooksett says yes to Cabela's

Use of contractors by State Dept. has soared

Court filing in TJX breach doubles toll

Panel looks at next steps in health reform

Coverage for N.H. beach homes remains available

Parking garage battle brewing

Maine turnpike authority scraps toll study

Bentley seeks split into two companies

Boat speed limit bill advances

303 jobs lost in Groveton

Home child care providers vote to unionize in Maine

Cruise line to land in Portsmouth

Newington board allows Pease expansion near wetlands

Hooksett votes today on Cabela's warrant

Ex-Newick's eyed as hospital satellite in Merrimack

China's taste for milk protein is whey profitable for Vt.

N.H. Republicans shrug off punishment

FairPoint official says switchover would be gradual

Gardens Theater's revival urged in Laconia

Somersworth company churning out Red Sox shirts

Same-sex bridal show a prelude to civil unions

State charges Ameriprise with breaking financial rules

BIA honors senator for R&D credit effort

Chem firm sues ex-employee over non-compete clause

Walgreens agreement shaping up in Laconia

Chinese firm to buy big stake in Bear Stearns

Claremont board accepts bottled water firm’s site plan application

Bill allowing mortgage lawsuits expected to stir fierce opposition

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