New Hampshire Business Review October 27 2006

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Enterasys prosecution, defense state their cases

New taxes not on N.H. Democrats' agenda

Enterasys prosecution, defense state their cases

What the new Congress will mean for business

Gilford ponders vendor permit changes

Comcast takeover of Adelphia complete in N.H.

Berlin wins $350,000 grant to improve housing

Shipyard's saviors feted

Firms’ pollution-prevention efforts recognized

Affordable housing topic of Portsmouth forum

Landslide for Lynch one for history books

High-end or starter homes, builders remain in a slump

Enterasys jury selection moves forward

Enterasys jury selection moves forward

Christmas Tree Shop may come to Portsmouth Home Depot site

Nashua Corp. sells buildings, land

Do firms pay legal tab for officers in trouble? Depends

Mass. business confidence index nears two-year high

Downtown Dover buildings are worth a lot more

Democrat wins in N.H. unseen in nearly 100 years

Voters support constraints on eminent domain

CB Richard Ellis to replace Fisher on S&P

CB Richard Ellis to replace Fisher on S&P

How entrepreneur-friendly is New Hampshire?

Hopes for Littleton business park still alive

Presstek plant back in business

Fed warns of illicit bond activity

Mangosoft patent dispute solved

Prosecutors to say Enterasys execs ‘cooked the books’

Buying, selling create dilemma in tough Maine real estate market

Mt. Mondadnock condo plan is back to board

'The end of an era' for Stuart Shaines

Nashua Corp. stock buyback OKd

Wetlands hearing set for planned Berlin prison

Bypass businesses could see some relief in Portsmouth

Belmont offers amnesty on building permits

School board member loses law license

How entrepreneur-friendly is New Hampshire?

Prosecutors to say Enterasys execs ‘cooked the books’

Troy Mills plan moves forward

Pennichuck, Hudson renew water contract

Hannaford tries 3rd time for Bedford store

Buyer’s market taking hold in Lakes Region

Joe Millimet, leader in law, politics, dies

Former Concord turkey farm goes organic

Portsmouth Sheraton cited as champion of environment

Once safe, public pensions are now facing cuts

Maine slots get 860,000 visits in first year

The package may say healthy, but this grocer begs to differ

Gambling is the king of fund-raisers for nonprofits

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