New Hampshire Business Review February 16 2007

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Globe workers protest

Commerce Department says U.S. economy is weaker than expected

State prison expansion would add up to 130 jobs

Bank of America again raises fees on overdrafts

'A good sign' for Kittery shipyard

N.H. ranks 13th on innovation index

White Mountains exec awarded $1.45m bonus

Company suing over rejected tower

N.H. to receive $2m in Homeland Security funds

Former House majority leader found guilty of forgery

AG launches online guide for parents

White Mountains exec awarded $1.45m bonus

Arthur Schlesinger, historian of power, dies at 89

‘Disorder’ killing off New Hampshire honeybees

Break-in second for Democrats

N.H. ranks 13th on innovation index

Portland attracts a second low-cost airline

Ragged Mt. auction still set

Jackson Falls developer sees bright future for Nashua

Envy loses bid to pour drinks

Facing prison time, Hillsboro lawyer argues case

ACA Assurance to cut payouts on some plans

Future construction deals increase in January

Centrix earnings rise in ‘06

Fish and Game director to retire in August

Future construction deals increase in January

N.H.’s propane supply looking stronger

N.H. Symphony Orchestra cancels season

Utilities fight Verizon-FairPoint deal

Major sbdivision approved In Bethlehem for high-end homes

N.H.’s propane supply looking stronger

Developer to hold off on revised Raymond plans

Londonderry zoning proposal draws criticism

Cruise ships for Portsmouth said to be a 'pie in the sky' idea

Dover council needs second opinion on worth of waterfront

Laconia ZBA upheld in court

Ex-school board member, lawyer reinstated

Dover Business and Industrial Development Authority endorses waterfront plan

Ex-astronaut may challenge Sununu

Mexican takeout planned for downtown Concord

Lakes Region restaurants prepare for smoking ban

Bill would offer motorists a choice of license plate slogans

Riverstone criminal probe continues in Calif.

Maine bill would let unwed partners miss work

Otten quits American Skiing board

Lynch: 6,000 N.H. kids could lose insurance under Bush plan

Panel to take look at former Portsmouth book store project

Riverstone criminal probe continues in Calif.

WellPoint chooses new CEO

Dover gym sign draws criticism

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