New Hampshire Business Review - September 1 2006

Judge backs Foss attachments

A federal bankruptcy judge ruled Wednesday that creditors of the bankrupt shell of Foss Manufacturing should be able to attach the financial accounts of Stephen Foss, the former chief executive officer. Now the question remains whether there is any money…

Stonyfield cooks up product for France

Stonyfield Europe, the subsidiary of Londonderry-based Stonyfield Farm, has announced its latest initiative on the continent -- a line of organic yogurts under the auspices of the newly created Stonyfield France. “Les Deux Vaches des Fermiers du Bio” - The…

Employers sought for UNH career fair

Employers looking for students in engineering, technology, physical sciences and business are invited to take part in an October 18 career and internship fair at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. The fair, is sponsored by the Business &…

Donohue named High Point president

High Point Communications, a strategic marketing and communications firm based in Bow, has appointed David Donohue as its president, effective at the beginning of October. A senior member of the High Point team for the last five years, the Hooksett…

Filing hints at Riverstone criminal probe

Prosecutors have investigated - and still could be investigating -- criminal charges relating to the Cabletron Ssytems spinoff Riverstone Networks, according to three former officials of both companies in a filing relating to the Riverstone bankruptcy. The officials, who include…

BID2WIN sues rival over ad claims

A Portsmouth construction bid software firm is suing an Arizona rival over advertising claims. BID2WIN Software is claiming that Hard Dollar Corp. distorted a Construction Financial Management Association survey to exaggerate its own growth and disparaged BID2WIN’s growth in its…