New Hampshire Business Review November 9 2007

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Enterasys legal proceedings continue

Fed expects slowdown to deepen

Timken to pay $154k in air pollution case

Summit to explore manufacturing workforce issues

Portsmouth sues contractors over '06 spire collapse

Lobster catches, profits are down

A new proposal for jobs in the North Country

Travelers’ odds decline on airline baggage

Delay affects plans for civil unions

AGs object to sale in TJX settlement

Shoppers warned of deadly toys ahead of Christmas season

Refinancing programs omit many borrowers

Brewer named airport director in Manchester

Judge to decide on new phone-jam case

Developer mulls mixed-use development in Windham

Home losses rising in Vt.

Ex-Enterasys CEO sentenced to four years

Phone-jamming case heads back to court

Concord 'Citizen of Year' award is music to her ears

FairPoint bid to buy Verizon in home stretch in Maine

Underground parking plan gets good marks from Portsmouth, developer

New home construction up last month in U.S.

Roundtable talk focuses on coping without Wausau mill

The dollar is weak, and exports up in New Hampshire

Red Cross strike avoided

Maine towns hope to develop together

Alpha Flying lands at Pease

Gunstock, Cannon face uphill battle

Merrimack mall developer to present blasting plan

Community agency overwhelmed with heating aid applications

In Franklin, housing market loses steam

State works to make transition to civilian life easier

UNH goal: Double those donations

Gas prices, fuel oil tab keep rising

Resource fair, roundtable set on mill town's future

North Country broadband gets a push

New Portsmouth mayor bullish on downtown

Foreclosures rising in Strafford County

If he's hired, he plans to work nonstop at airport

FCC will hear more comments on Unicel deal

Study shows security gaps at retailers

Ex-accountant charged in theft from 'Monitor'

Retrial set for ex-Enterasys exec

EPG losses increase for 3Q

Vermont Yankee closing funds not available until 2032

Merrill wins agriculture post

Injured volunteer sues after Maine 'Makeover'

Polyclad deal could bring 60-80 jobs to Franklin

Laconia Main Street program has downtown plan

Postage hikes limited to rate of inflation

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