New Hampshire Business Review September 28 2007

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Boston Fed chief urges banks to help fill loan gap

Pragmatech changes name to Kadient

Red River makes last-minute touch-ups

NHBR awards celebrate business excellence

60 meet to rout Hill time-share plan

N.H. doctors to get access to e-prescribing

Review: Vt. taxes rich more than poor

N.H. business tax climate ranks 7th

Tech research park initiative to be unveiled at summit

Hearing set on Lynch judicial nominees

SEC inquiry of Countrywide chief is urged

Wheelabrator deal criticized, explained

State pesticide license rules faulted

2007 Hall of Fame Script

2007 Business Excellence Awards Script

Windham selectman wary of planners' OK of 95 more homes in subdivision

Tight border raises concerns for businesses

Many homes opt out of oil pre-buy contracts

Heating oil customers to pay 22 percent more

Wheelabrator deal concerns some in Claremont

Partial coal tar cleanup plan assailed in Gilford

Quarry Dogs sale to keep team in Concord

Maine tribe's racino could require outside help

Developer could build vacation homes in Hill

Firm says Merrimack outlet mall area can handle traffic

Warranty Title defendant denies claims in lawsuit

PSNH announces support for FairPoint deal

Wieczorek wants to reconsider toll hikes

Trucks, fittings part of bankrupt oil firm auction

Ezenia! relocating Colo. site to Nashua

Regulations sought for modular home installations

Maine, N.H., Vermont applaud clean air settlement

Officials say no asbestos danger found after Nashua tannery fire

Upper Valley sees a tangled web of traffic

Nuclear power primed for comeback

Public entities form health-care purchasing group

Barrington project could add grocery, pharmacy

New Hampshire links to the real Nobel prizes

U.S. House passes bill to create Northern Border Regional commission

Pax World acquires women’s equity fund

Ex-Benson's site's future on agenda

Ohio power company agrees to pay $4.6 billion to reduce acid rain emissions

Poker games may still be in the cards in Nashua

Leaf peepers storm N.H., Maine

Browns in custody

Topless club developer, landowner differ on status

Foss responds to looting charge

State rejects KeySpan Energy's coal tar mitigation plan

Angry buyers line up over Laconia furniture store

Richardson supports shipyard

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