New Hampshire Business Review October 9 2009

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Salmon Falls Pottery gets relief from state, area businesses, but not PSNH

Retaining wall collapse will delay portion of Laconia Riverwalk project

For GOP, summit is sneaky tax backer

Was alleged assault tied to StockerYale deal?

Housing plan for Rye's Saunders site denied a rehearing

U.S. initial jobless claims rose more than forecast

Three governors asking FairPoint to keep customers in mind

Maine yachtmaker to call 30-40 back to work in Trenton facility

Low-wattage bright spots in Fed report on economy

Benson's new life as a park starts this weekend

Among budget fixes, no perfect option

Gas prices jump by 10 cents in a week

Obama announces small-business lending push

Economic presentations dominate 'tax summit'

NHBR Network: new online forum for businesses

U.S. attorney won't prosecute medical pot users

Why did the Democrats organize a tax summit?

SEA chief faces challenge for post

Documents raise skepticism on Hill about Bank of America

New Web course helps women land federal contracts

Housing for seniors stays on Portsmouth's new zoning ordinance proposal

Vt. congressman wants tax loophole that eased Verizon sale closed

Nottingham mulls seceding from state over USA Springs dispute

Volcker fails to sell a bank strategy

GT Solar wins a round in tech theft suit

Lead-poison program trimmed by layoffs

Casino developers pitch their plans

NHBR health forum focuses on benefits of wellness

Companies talk fix for health care

Task force takes aim at campaign funding

State accounts for stimulus

In Durham: Goss urging buyouts to avoid more layoffs

GT Solar wins a round in tech theft suit

Dartmouth - Lake Sunapee Region

$124m deal reached on health fraud

Stores feeling bridge closure

Conn. baseball team moving to Laconia

U.S. won't prosecute in states that allow medical marijuana

Housing starts up, permits fall In September

Home heat bill may be reborn

Venture funding inches up

Concord developer indicted in waste case

PDA statement on theft: Hackers stole $77,000 in an hour

N.H. quarterly home sales rise for first time since ‘04

N.H. quarterly home sales rise for first time since ‘04

At rescued banks, perks keep rolling

Brooks trying to settle death suit

FairPoint workers cool to bid for cuts

Home heat bill may be reborn

Retailers reduce inventories after being stuck with glut last year

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