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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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No change seen in Maine as Anthem-Cigna deal advances

A spokesman for Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Maine says the parent company's proposed acquisition of Cigna Corp., announced on Friday, won't...

LePage and lawmakers find common ground on $85M transportation bond

Although dozens of bills enacted in the final days of the 127th Legislature's first session remain in limbo due to the veto standoff...

Colby College buys two downtown Waterville buildings

In a move hailed by municipal officials and downtown business leaders, Colby College has purchased two vacant buildings in downtown Waterville within...

GAC Chemical Corp. becomes an employee-owned company

GAC Chemical Corp. has joined the ranks of prominent Maine companies such as Cianbro and Sargent Corp. that are owned by their employees. The...

High speed ahead: South Portland joins Rockport in upgrading its fiber optic network

Bob O'Brien, one of the owners of the Noyes Hall & Allen Insurance Co. in South Portland, readily admits an insurance company don't...

Reflections on the ‘Directors’ Cut’ show at Portland Museum of Art

Art is what brought me to Maine — specifically, Andrew Wyeth's paintings. I first discovered Wyeth's work in the large coffee table...

It ain’t over in Augusta ‘til it’s over

"What a long strange trip it's been" is one way you could describe the first session of the 127th Legislature.

Finding top performers: Brunswick company helps employers make the 'right hire'

Hiring, developing and training the right people are the top three problems for most business owners and CEOs, says Art Boulay, CEO of...

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