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Maine Restaurant Week founders, digital media pro tap growing email newsletter market

Dylan Martin |

When it comes to food and drink recommendations, the digital revolution has brought us apps, blogs and social media to help us with decisions. But with so little time to browse, tap...

MaineToday Media lays off 8 people

Dylan Martin |

MaineToday Media, the owner of the Portland Press Herald and other Maine newspapers, has laid off eight employees across multiple departments.

Portland newspaper shut down by competitor

Dig Portland, an alternative weekly newspaper in Portland that started in November, has been purchased and shut down by its direct competitor following a short legal...

Kemp Goldberg changes name to reflect agency's values, growth ambitions

Dylan Martin |

It was an unusual assignment for Kemp Goldberg Partners.But after the Portland-based advertising and public relations agency lost...

Tom Chappell's Ramblers Way broadens distribution, focuses on social media

Lori Valigra |

As the 2014 end-of-year data tumbled in, Ramblers Way Farm CEO Tom Chappell saw an opportunity to shift both the distribution strategy for his high-end sustainable clothing business this...

Portland Daily Sun newspaper shuts down

The publisher of the Portland Daily Sun is shutting down the newspaper this week, citing competition from its largest rival and an inability to gain traction...

Portland Phoenix sues new competitor

The Portland Phoenix alternative weekly newspaper is suing Dig Portland less than two weeks after the competing alt-weekly launched its...

Portland Phoenix bought by Portland newspaper

Dylan Martin |

The Portland Phoenix alternative weekly newspaper is no longer at risk of shutting down after announcing Wednesday that it has been purchased by a new owner.

Bangor Daily News to purchase metro magazine

The Bangor Daily News said it plans to...

NY social media co. seeks to grow in Portland

A New York City-based social media company that is advised by the father of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has plans to grow in Portland.