New Hampshire Business Review October 7 2011

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NHBR About Town: NHBR's Health Care Forum

Brooks Properties owner sued over jet loan

Health mandates show staying power in House hearing

White Mts. in second stock buyback

Keene med center settles 2nd deaf discrimination suit

Future construction numbers continue to fall

Rosenberger leaves top FairPoint post in N.H.

House panel mulls reviving payday loans

Bill seeks to curb flight to individual health policies

House panel mulls reviving payday loans

3rd annual social media summit set

Top Bottomline execs' pay rises 20%

NHBR About Town: New Hampshire Ball Bearings Inc.

NHBR About Town: New Hampshire Ball Bearings Inc.

NHBR About Town: G.M. Roth

NHBR About Town: G.M. Roth

NHBR About Town: The Inns & Spa at Mill Falls

NHBR About Town: The Inns & Spa at Mill Falls

NHBR About Town: People's United Community Foundation

NHBR About Town: People's United Community Foundation

NHBR About Town: Patriot Award

NHBR About Town: Patriot Award

NHBR About Town: Torchbearer Award

NHBR About Town: Torchbearer Award

NHBR About Town: 2011 Harvard Prize Book Award

NHBR About Town: 2011 Harvard Prize Book Award

NHBR About Town: Seacoast Power Yoga

NHBR About Town: Seacoast Power Yoga

NHBR About Town: Rolling Video Games

NHBR About Town: Rolling Video Games

NHBR About Town: Belknap Landscape Company Inc.

NHBR About Town: Belknap Landscape Company Inc.

Q&A with Charlie Sherman, New Horizons executive director

Q&A with Charlie Sherman, New Horizons executive director

FairPoint says deregulation would give it 'nimbleness' and benefit customers

Last-minute deal gives Kingsbury a reprieve

Is education an opportunity or an entitlement?

Judge OKs GT class action deal

N.H. SBA loan total tops $150m in 2011

How to position yourself and stand out in a crowded marketplace

EEOC charges Nashua firm in disability case

A giant leap forward for women's health

NHBR forum to present 'The Good News' about health care

NHBR forum to present 'The Good News' about health care

Social Security does need to be fixed

If ever there was a time when Americans needed to come together and work cooperatively on lifting the employment picture it is now

New Hampshire would benefit from president's jobs bill

Many operations are moving offshore because other countries offer better business conditions than we do

State needs to work harder to help business

Newly launched WBIN-TV hopes to take a bite out of WMUR's market

Lynch announcement sets up interesting scenarios

Medicaid computer system delays again raise hackles

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