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James McCarthy

Senior writer
207-761-8379 ext.323
James McCarthy, Mainebiz’s senior writer, has been a journalist for 30 years. Most of his career took place at The Times Record in Brunswick, where he worked for 26 and years, including 10 years as managing editor. As Mainebiz’s senior writer, he has reported on business topics ranging from the Affordable Care Act to workplace safety, in locales extending from Presque Isle to Biddeford. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, photography, gardening and paddling the rivers that flow into Merrymeeting Bay. He and his wife live in Brunswick.

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WEX beats analysts' projections, but stock drops

WEX Inc. reported today financial results for the three months ended Dec. 31, 2015, with total revenue for the fourth quarter increasing slightly...

Recruitment a top priority for Associated General Contractors of Maine

Matthew Marks, CEO of the Associated General Contractors of Maine, says the state's 4,700 construction firms lost 10,000 jobs since...

CMP, Emera unveil ambitious transmission project for northern Maine

Central Maine Power and Emera Maine announced Thursday a joint proposal to deliver enough clean energy to power at least 250,000 homes in...

Governor to submit bill to conform with federal tax code

Gov. Paul LePage is crafting legislation to make sure Maine's income tax policies conform to federal tax law, which underwent significant...

Director looks at 'Moneyball' as inspiration for PMA's future

Mark Bessire, director of the Portland Museum of Art, readily acknowledges it's a fair question to ask why the museum is engaged in a...

Bill would boost FAME's large business investments

A bill to create a capital investment fund to attract large economic investments to Maine received initial support from the Finance Authority of...

Federal money on the table for health IT projects

A $225,000 grant funding opportunity for Maine health technology entrepreneurs exists through the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Small...

Two Maine companies team up to convert food waste into clean energy

For several years now, Adam Wintle and Dan Bell have been pitching the concept that burying food garbage in landfills is a huge waste of a renewable...

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