New Hampshire Business Review February 25 2011

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Ezenia! cuts workforce from 24 to 13

iCAD sued over subsidiary's product

$9.6m in bonuses for White Mts. execs

N.H. near the LEED in green buildings

Standex acquires U.K. firm

Wed. vote will determine new ownership for Balsams

GT Solar settles class action suit

Chamber study: N.H. 'fair' for economy-boosting laws

February new hires drop 26%

C&S Wholesalers acquisition has Maryland workers on edge

February bankruptcies drop 20%

Dartmouth inventor of phone camera to be honored

February bankruptcies down 20%

Internet crime cost N.H. residents $1.3m in 2010

Meetings and Convention Planner: NH's Lakes Region

Meetings and Convention Planner: NH's White Mountains Region

Entrepreneur 'boot camp' to spotlight financing, life balance

Unitil seeks 50% increase in shares

N.H. foreclosures down but not out

Nashua clinic in contract impasse with Anthem

NHBR About Town

NHBR About Town

Q&A with: N.H. Senate President Peter Bragdon

Q&A with: N.H. Senate President Peter Bragdon

DWC looks to move forward with new president

The state of health care in N.H.: a roundtable

The state of health care in N.H.: a roundtable

Digital privacy: ready or not, here it comes

Flotsam & Jetsam

Flotsam & Jetsam

Unions are American as apple pie

Lynch’s painful budget proposal

A pre-property tour primer

House votes to ease BET limits, then tables bill

Nursing student complaints from 2005 caught in FRM web

The retirement system’s ‘perfect storm’

Four myths of the N.H. unemployment system

Co-op model could transform nonprofit sector

Co-op model could transform nonprofit sector

Wetlands fees cut in House vote

The state of innovation in N.H. and beyond

The future has arrived, and it's not going away

Four ways to write a successful resume

Keeping our promise on a frugal budget

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