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Retail & Food service

Portland's OTTO Pizza discovers data breach that could impact customers

OTTO Pizza, the Portland-based restaurant chain, said it has discovered a data breach at its two Portland locations that may have exposed credit card numbers of about 900...

 
Manufacturing

LePage: GNP needs financial partner to restart mill

Gov. Paul LePage said the state is helping Great Northern Paper Co. find a financial partner that it will need to restart its East Millinocket mill, but his "patience is...

 
Legal

Rockport business owners accused of bilking $5M from company

Two Rockport businesses owners are being accused of bilking nearly $5 million from an international company they previously worked for, according to a new lawsuit.

 
Real Estate & Construction

Maine home sales and median price up in July

Sales of single-family existing homes in Maine increased in July over the same month last year, while the median sales price saw a smaller increase over the same period.

 
Retail & Food service

Demoulas to submit final bid for Market Basket

Arthur T. Demoulas, the ousted CEO of Market Basket, is expected to make his final offer to buy the Massachusetts-based supermarket chain today, the

 

Greenville, Eastport businesses to get $200K in grants

Northwoods Gourmet Girl, a Greenville-based specialty foods company, is among five rural Maine businesses benefiting from a total of $200,000 in community block grants.

 
Manufacturing

Union workers at Waterville plant continue without contract

Union workers at Huhtamaki North America’s paper goods factory in Waterville said they have yet to reach a "contract agreement with their employer after two years of...

 
Energy & Utilities

Fourteen Maine companies make Inc. magazine's 'fastest growing' list

The parent company of Electricity Maine and 13 other Maine businesses have been named as some of the country’s fastest-growing private companies by Inc....

 
Energy & Utilities

Lincoln natural gas project near milestone

The first part of a $7.5 million natural gas project is almost finished in the town of Lincoln, where Lincoln Paper and Tissue LLC and other businesses are expected to benefit.

 
Retail & Food service

Inn owner seeks to lift ban on serving dinner

The owner of the Windward House bed-and-breakfast in Camden is seeking a town-wide referendum that would allow her to serve dinner to overnight guests.

 
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Utah vs. Maine wasn’t the point

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I hear a lot about Maine businesses struggling with regulation, work force issues and an overall challenging business climate. Visiting Utahn Alan Hall certainly brought up some salient...

 
Lists

Maine's highest-paid public company executives

Ranked by total annual compensation, 2013

RankName, company, locationTotal annual compensation (1)/Industry
1Michael Dubyak (2), president/CEO, WEX Inc., South Portland$4,754,228/Payment solutions
2Jonathan Ayers, president/CEO, Idexx Laboratories Inc., Westbrook$3,973,984 (3)/Biotechnology
3Michael Williams, executive vice president, Idexx Laboratories Inc., Westbrook$2,781,762/Biotechnology

(1) Total annual compensation includes salary, bonus, stock and option awards, non-equity incentive plan compensation and change in pension value and nonqualified deferred
compensation earnings, where applicable. (2) Dubyak resigned as president, effective May 1, 2013 and as CEO, effective Jan. 1, 2014. He continues to serve as director and executive chairman of the board. (3) Figure reflects compensation Ayers received as an employee. He received no additional compensation for his service as a director.

SOURCE: U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission company proxy statements (14A); each company's financial statements/Compiled by Heide Martin.


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