New Hampshire Business Review October 13 2006

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Attempt to dismiss Enterasys charges fails

BAE added funds for aircraft protection system

Rochester named a Main Street community

N.H. weighs probe into health insurer

Portsmouth firm helps track avian flu

Sturm Ruger reports earnings rise

EPG issues private placement of $15m in stock

Bottomline pay packages revealed

White Mountains unit IPO price is set

Grant supports watershed education

Verizon increases wireless coverage

Centrix net increases

Bentley named to Fast 500

Chittenden reports earnings

Liquor commissioner wins merchandising honor

EPA honors Osram Sylvania plant

N.H. wood pellet firm building N.Y. plant

Seminar dips toe in water issues

Preservation group names ‘Seven to Save’

Ex-Cabletron CEO wins legal fee deal

Former Cabletron-Riverstone officials face SEC charges

Bottomline acquires software firm

Cigna unit signs $700m IBM contract

It’s all about relationships at F.L. Merrill Construction

It’s all about relationships at F.L. Merrill Construction

Pennichuck names acting controller

Web site urges youngsters to pursue higher ed

Q&A with Craft beer pioneer Peter Egleston

Q&A with Craft beer pioneer Peter Egleston

2006 Business Excellence Awards

State rules change could be costly for real estate holding companies

PUC redesigns, expands electricity assistance program

Top Shelf: Celebrate the autumn season with autumn beers

Top Shelf: Celebrate the autumn season with autumn beers

Where do lawmakers stand on business groups’ agenda?

Where do lawmakers stand on business groups’ agenda?

Flotsam & Jetsam

Flotsam & Jetsam

Letters to the Editor

NHBR honors business excellence

NHBR honors business excellence

Cook on Concord: Constitutional indigestion at the state and federal levels

Biomass power plant gains

87% Manchester air traffic increase seen by 2020

Worldwide growth fuels N.H. exports record

Worldwide growth fuels N.H. exports record

Car club lets members dream in the fast lane

Car club lets members dream in the fast lane

Key October events will help set N.H.’s future course

State securities law amendment eases start-up financing

Web site urges youngsters to pursue higher ed

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