New Hampshire Business Review October 26 2007

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Moody's questions Fidelity's leadership

Groveton energy park still hoped for

FairPoint accepts most sale recommendations in Vermont

Phillips Exeter will be cost-free for some next year

CTC settles suit with ex-HR exec

Franklin area gets lesson on selling itself

Public wary of plan for 220 housing units in New Durham

N.H. workplace fatalities lowest in region

Biotech program eyed at Laconia High tech center

Bigger subs at the shipyard?

Quirk closes the deal for Dobles Chevrolet

R.I. airport chief tapped for Manchester job

Unseasonably higher, gas prices add to strain on U.S. consumers

Four cigarette-related bills before the Legislature this winter

Plymouth ZBA agrees to Lowe's rehearing

After internal investigation, DHMC reports billing ‘irregularities'

High-priced oil adds volatility to power scramble

Poll: Fewer teens interested in entrepreneurship

Statewide roundup: Lozeau is Nashua's new mayor; Danderson loses in Berlin landslide; Dover approves spending cap

Heating oil price sets Mass. record

Lending practices bill gains Republican backers, nears vote

StockerYale buys Boston firm

Barnes touts ideas with veep run

Guinta re-elected

Tribal racino defeated in Maine

Nashua tech park initiative gets leaders brainstorming

Manchester chamber backs FairPoint deal

Projected tax benefits from Merrimack mall plan reduced

Dell to acquire Nashua firm for $1.4b

Martin Luther King Jr. monument to be made in China, not Vermont

Sanders wants conditions on Verizon bid for Unicel

Massive recall of beef hits N.H. stores

Markem to merge with French company

Borrowers face dubious charges in foreclosures

Heating oil prices surge in Maine

Seacoast Shipyard Association officials rail against perceived federal anti-union move

Audley fined $60k for stormwater violations

Area food pantries running on empty; High gas prices, weak economy seen as contributing factors

N.H. falls in national health rankings

Delay possible in mandatory kindergarten

Vt. ed tax proposal advances

Fleet Street project revived in Portsmouth

Is $4.50 a gallon in our future?

PUC ruling allows KeySpan to tack cleanup charges onto gas bills

Nashua area foreclosures on the rise

Loss of Vt. Yankee could raise rates

N.H.-based Blackwater rival aims for ‘next level'

Oil's recent rise not as familiar as it looks

Phone deal: Who is the better owner?

Nominee to head state Agriculture Dept. was raised for job

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