New Hampshire Business Review October 14 2005

 

BIA sets legislative agenda for ’06

PC Connection acquires Amherst Tech assets

Electric Co-op continues restructuring

New Hampshire to lose a Macy’s

TD Banknorth 3Q profit falls 9 percent

Bottomline execs get hefty raises

MetroCast enlists Cedar Point technology

Bentley Kinetics receives VC funding

Centrix tops $250m in assets

Tyco governance exec to speak at forum

Ira Motor Group buys 2 AutoFair dealerships

No 4Q dividend for Ruger

Chittenden reports solid results

Loan Fund wins national recognition

BAE Systems defense system deployed on U-2s

Derry firm files Chapter 7

Fisher unit pursues RNA research

‘Heavenly’ motto for Littleton

Presstek adds a smile to its board

Timberland, Cheadle team up for Darfur

PC Connection set 3Q results release

Help is on the way for flood-damaged businesses

BIA to co-host telecommunications forum

Siemens acquires RVSI division

Pennichuck declares quarterly dividend

Moody’s upgrades Fisher bonds

Theobald linked to Retirement Board investment

State panel urges tighter crematory controls

Car dealer charged with deceptive business practice

Cigna, Kmart team up on Medicare drug plan

Fountain Forestry acquires N.Y. GIS firm

UNH researchers track tech downturns

Presentation set on Dover waterfront plans

Presentation set on Dover waterfront plans

Asian Women in Business group honors Timberland exec

Bentley added to ‘Forbes’ list

State wins Simon Gift Card judgment

New CEO takes helm at White Mountain Insurance

Business leaders can meet the commissioners

StockerYale regains Nasdaq compliance

Canadian ambassador to address Portsmouth chamber

Bank foundation launches N.H. flood assistance fund

‘Green’ lodging focus of Nov. 1 seminar

Standex readies release of 1Q results

Timberland to announce 3Q results

Planning business succession with a leveraged recapitalization

Riverstone postpones statement yet again

SwANH honors Amherst company

SBA ready to act after floods

NHBR salutes business excellence

What makes a good judge? N.H. lawyers weigh in