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Lori Valigra

Senior Writer | Content Specialist
207-761-8379 ext.333
Lori Valigra, a senior writer for Mainebiz, has written about science, technology, and business for both general and specialty news outlets in the United States, Europe and Asia. She has been involved in several publishing startups, including one of the first electronic publications, The Computer Industry Daily. Her articles have been published by The Boston Globe, The Christian Science Monitor, Reuters, United Press International, The Asian Wall Street Journal, ScienceBusiness, Science magazine and many others. She also has won numerous journalism fellowships and awards including the Knight Science Journalism Fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lori enjoys bicycling, snowshoeing, gardening and traveling.

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Poland Spring parent faces class-action suit over 'spring water' labeling

Nestlé Waters North America Inc., the parent of Poland Spring Water Co., is the subject of a class-action lawsuit by 11 individuals alleging...

Maine Food Insider: Oxbow Brewing marks anniversary with Duckfat pig roast

Oxbow Brewing Co. is celebrating its sixth anniversary today with a pig roast by Duckfat's new, second location abutting the boutique craft brewery...

Women to Watch: Patricia Rosi, Wellness Connection of Maine

Patricia Rosi, CEO of Wellness Connection of Maine, a Portland company that runs four medical marijuana dispensaries, navigates a changing...

Mainebiz 2010 Women to Watch: What are they up to now?

The president of Howie's Welding & Fabrication and managing principal of Otis Mill Ventures in Jay tells us she has sold both Otis...

Luke's Lobster continues rapid expansion

Luke Holden's calm demeanor belies his fast-paced life. The co-founder of Luke's Lobster, which started in 2009, opened...

Maine Food Insider: Ducktrap River doubles production capacity with purchase of building

Ducktrap River of Maine, a Belfast smoked salmon and seafood producer, has bought the former Little River Apparel building next to it and plans to...

Vets First Choice CEO talks about global expansion, acquisitions

Direct Vet Marketing last week raised $223 million, a record amount for a Maine-based company in at least two decades. CEO Benjamin Shaw has big...

Maine Food Insider: Seaweed harvester focusing on business as crucial court date nears

Acadian Seaplants, one of the largest rockweed harvesters in the world, is doing business as usual while the Maine Supreme Judicial Court reviews a...

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