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Maine's largest patent holders

RankCompanyNo. patents 2010-2014 (Maine-based inventors)/No. patents 2014...

Tilson acquires Alabama IT firm

Portland-based Tilson Technology Management said Friday it has acquired a firm in Fairhope, Ala., that will allow the network services company to continue growing in the Southeast.

Cybersecurity lab poised to grow: At USM, students gain real-world cyber experience

Laurie Schreiber |

The Maine Cyber Security Cluster at the University of Southern Maine is fast becoming a force in the fight against malicious cyber activity.

Blue Marble Geographics buys larger Hallowell building to support GIS tool sales growth

Dylan Martin |

Blue Marble Geographics said it's moving into a bigger office building in Hallowell this fall as the software company continues to grow sales of its affordable global mapping tool.

Sen. King to host cybersecurity briefing for Maine businesses

What best practices can Maine businesses adopt to protect themselves against cyberattacks? That question will be addressed in a briefing next week by U.S. Sen. Angus King, the Maine State Chamber of...

Tyler Technologies sponsors app contest to promote IT careers for Maine's youth

James McCarthy |

Ray Arbour, a project manager at Tyler Technologies, and Jay Collier, Project>Login's program director, know there are career opportunities in...

Nautical chic makes its mark in Maine

A burgeoning marine-chic industry is hitting the cobblestone streets of the Old Port in Portland, with bait bags with nautical themes to sunglasses made from lobster traps adding to the typical...

Banner year for Portland’s street food purveyors

Portland has seen an explosion in food carts and food trucks this year, with the city handing out 10 food cart licenses, more than double the number three years ago.

At least 35 jobs to be cut at Charleston prison

The change of Mountain View Youth Development Center in Charleston from a youth to an adult prison will result in at least 35 positions being cut, according to the Maine State Employees Association.

Judge slaps T-Mobile facility over confidentiality rule

Wireless provider T-Mobile was wrong to require its workers not to talk about ongoing internal investigations to anyone but investigators, an administrative law judge for the National Labor Relations...

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