New Hampshire Business Review December 22 2007

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State population growth slowing

Adelphia bankruptcy plan is approved

Small strip mall proposed in Concord

Job-training project to start up in Keene

Retailers post disappointing December sales

Spill prompted Presstek’s Mass. shutdown

Chain stores, tall buildings are hot topics

Instant Technology wins third Lotus Award

Spill prompted Presstek’s Mass. shutdown

Air Force picks Transparent Language

Pennichuck case goes before PUC

Wal-Mart to schedule workers based on traffic

Raffle raises money for Route 1 Bypass businesses

Collins & Aikman workers notified jobs are gone

Baldacci: Maine 'must do more'

Some seek revival of rail service

Smuttynose aims to build on Rte. 1

Legislators may revisit welfare law

Decline continues in future construction

Staff shortage posing court problems

Riverstone shareholders get 17 more cents

Maine towns may join to lure businesses

Three Enterasys execs want verdict overturned

Riverstone shareholders get 17 more cents

Raymond leaders see Exit 4 as gateway

Arrival date of shipyard commander still unknown

Home Depot chief executive resigns

Three Enterasys execs want verdict overturned

Construction on Mt. Sunapee units slated to begin in spring

Concord theater picks interim leader

Decline continues in future construction plans

Ski areas plow ahead, snow or not

Vt. web provider may link up N.H. towns

Concord Hospital acquires one more office

Housing slump seen as drag on economy in 2007

Economists cautiously optimistic about 2007

Housing market drop tops year's finance news

PSNH's wood-burning plant makes power practical

Landfill questions in Farmington, Dover remain with possible Collins & Aikman closures

Concord due for a new look in 2007

State workers gear up for contract talks

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