New Hampshire Business Review October 23 2009

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Binnie: Senate needs businessman

CPEX losses ease in third quarter

Decision on real estate Web site's comment in high court's hands

Jobless claims in U.S. decrease more than forecast

Jobless claims in U.S. decrease more than forecast

Pam Smart settles suit over racy jail photos

Fresh on the heels of repeal in Maine, N.H. may reconsider gay marriage

Despite jobless rate, labor shortage looming in Maine, officials say

Window maker to add jobs in N.H.

CPEX losses ease in third quarter

Most of Hinsdale track bond will go to state

Solar arrays OKd at building in Portsmouth's historic district

Cisco's results offer more hope to tech industry

Some companies declare a "no layoff" zone

Ferrini is Portsmouth's mayor; Pantelakos' time on council closes

State Legislature saves nearly $850k

Local Lonza job cuts unknown as company restructures

Spending cap gets crushed in Claremont

In October, signs of life at retailers

State revenues off $38m so far

Tenacity defined founder of Franklin Pierce Law

Delay sought in USA Springs bankruptcy sale

L.L. Bean pulling plug on Portland outlet

Manchester voters support 'fail safe' tax cap

LRGH projects seen as economic shot in arm

UK parent will not be selling Citizens Bank

Republican squeaks into Concord House seat

Gatsas wins big in mayor's race

Citizens Financial hangs in the balance

BAE cuts ribbon on $7.5m plant for missile defense system

GT Solar replaces CEO, expects to post profit

Economists gaze into crystal ball for N.H. lawmakers

Nationwide data breach hits N.H. physicians

Mass. tells Unitil to repay $4.6m

U.S. House pulls back on SBIR grants extension

Lynch says H1N1 effort needs focus

Clunk! The clock is ticking

Former director returns to Seacoast United Way

Economist: Maine's economy grim but improving

Gov. says economy forcing government to be efficient

LRGH awaiting capital financing approval

Judge tosses Seabrook shopping plaza denial

Dartmouth doctors say drug labels leave out essential information

Report cites LGC deficiencies

Workers meet on FairPoint status

Microsoft CEO: IT spending won't fully recover

N.H. restaurant sets meatball mark

Creditors back CIT's bankruptcy

Goss International sheds 50 more employees

Lead poison prevention workers want funds restored

Faced with Verizon's plan, other states pay close attention to FairPoint's woes in New England

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