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FairPoint unions authorize strike

FairPoint Communications could be facing a strike from 2,000 employees after several unions voted on Saturday to authorize such action against the company.

WABI clashes with DISH Network over blackout

WABI-TV, a Bangor-based CBS and CW affiliate, has been blacked out for DISH Network subscribers after the two companies reached an impasse over contract negotiations.

Cape Elizabeth faces lawsuit from Verizon

Verizon Wireless is suing Cape Elizabeth over a town committee’s decision to deny a permit for the company to install wireless communication equipment on a former water...

DeLorme expected to appeal $6.2M fine

DeLorme Publishing, the Yarmouth-based company that makes the Maine Atlas and Gazetteer, is expected to appeal a $6.2 million fine related to a patent infringement case.

FairPoint loses $32.2M in first quarter

FairPoint Communications, a major telecommunications provider and employer in Maine, posted a $32.2 million net loss for its first quarter in 2014 from last year.

Lawmakers override 15 LePage vetoes

The state Legislature closed its 126th session by overriding Gov. Paul LePage's vetoes for 14 bills, including one for a $12 million bond to support small businesses and job...

LePage vetoes bill to up scrutiny of FairPoint fee hike

Gov. Paul LePage has vetoed a bill that would have sought greater scrutiny of a proposed $67...

New Mexico firm has $3M plan for Camden plants

A New Mexico-based company that develops and manufactures communications devices plans to invest over $3 million in two facilities in Camden.

Texting banned for state workers

The governor’s administration has imposed a ban on text messages, instant messages or personal email for state employees conducting official business.

Sighinolfi to testify in workers' comp inquiry

Paul Sighinolfi, director of the Maine Workers Compensation Board, has agreed to testify next week before a legislative committee, answering questions about his response to...