New Hampshire Business Review September 26 2008

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Author to sign book on abducted kids

Drivers line up for $1.99 a gallon gas in Nashua

Shell agrees to curb cigarette sales to kids

Private investigator testifies at Brooks trial

State rep settles $90 of $230,000 debt

Economy takes toll on Vt. Yankee closing fund

Taking hard new look at a Greenspan legacy

Open house planned tonight at fire station

A question for the next president?

A question for the next president?

N.H. gas, oil prices plummet

Drivers line up for $1.99 a gallon gas

Drivers line up for $1.99 a gallon gas

Three Maine ski areas oppose casino

NHBR honors business excellence

Payroll pinch: Crisis means no paycheck for some

U.S. may take ownership stake in banks

Firms' jobless taxes kept in check

State: Weekend leaf peepers to spend $85m

Hypertherm claims ‘extort’ threat by supplier

Intersection to be closed Monday

Peterborough’s MacDowell Art Colony, church continue development struggle

Plunging prices strain Maine lobster industry

Former Fidelity exec Lynch faces $85,000 fine in N.H.

Landfill study leaves Bethlehem residents skeptical

Shopping around is OK, just don't drive around

Potential for wind farm explored in South Berwick

Owner's take on workers at issue

Laconia board takes carrot-stick approach on condos

Anti-abortion protester calls reaction on Main Street mixed

Anti-abortion protester calls reaction on Main Street mixed

Economy won’t stop Peterborough hospital plan

DES: Lack of link between cancer, landfill

NH Dems review record, ask for votes

A-B labor plan OKd

Forget logic; fear appears to have edge

N.H. judge backs Tyco in freezing Kozlowski’s assets

Wind farm in Lempster is nearly ready to go

Wind farm in Lempster is nearly ready to go

Shopping site stirs Concord neighbors

NHBR to celebrate 30 years at awards event tonight

Mascoma Corp. announces $49.5m in DOE and state of Michigan funding

Wind farm in Lempster is nearly ready to go

Speaker: Innovation is key to N.H. competitiveness

Credit crunch may force state’s hand on bonds

Health care gobbling up N.H. paychecks

Judge rules two bilked $1.6 million out of investors in scam

Proposed wind farm in Millsfield is drawing opposition

Judge rules two bilked $1.6 million out of investors in scam

Lynch: N.H. in good shape, but....

Retirement fund value in N.H. down $1b

Manchester to seek new backer for airport work

Gloves are off as Shaheen, Sununu spar

Lioness Club seeks crafters for fair

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