In Brief

April 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;4/8/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p7
The article offers news briefs related to businesses in New Hampshire including the approval of a short-term installment loan by the New Hampshire Senate, the expansion of Alene Candles Inc. to Ohio, and the retirement of Laconia Savings Bank director Rod Dyer in April 2011.


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