In this weekend's Sunday News
Leader Q&A: Dr. Joseph Pepe
A physician who spent his entire career at Catholic Medical Center in Manchester, Joseph Pepe became Catholic Medical Center's president and chief executive officer in September after leading the hospital for several months as interim CEO. In the kickoff edition of Leader Q&A, Pepe outlines his vision for CMC and the future of health care.
The market is suddenly under pressure, as investor worry about disappointing third quarter earnings, the looming Fiscal Cliff, and a departure of Ben Bernanke at the helm of the Federal Reserve. And don't forget the election on Tuesday. Will the sudden jitters be enough to bring to a close to a surprising and stealthy bull market that has sent stocks climbing for more than a year?
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- Manchester family heartbroken after finding lost kitten was adopted from shelter, family refuses to return it - 2
- Body found under Manchester bridge identified as local woman - 0
- Chester deputy fire chief jailed for allegedly violating restraining order - 1
- Manchester police release photos of men they believe robbed mother, daughters at local Holiday Inn - 0
- Scots spurn independence, vote to stay in the United Kingdom - 1
- Roger Brown's First and 10: Answers forthcoming - 0
- NHMS chief Gappens is on board with the Chase changes - 0
- Another View -- Ben Rose: How NH's John Stark helped defeat the British at Saratoga - 1
- Celebrating Claremont: A 250th birthday party - 0
Mark Hayward's City Matters: Dean Kamen is a genius inventor, and he's pretty good at oratory, too
Casino gambles: Hopes dashed all over
Ayotte pushes bill to combat 'spice'