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Calif.-based LED manufacturer relocates to southern Maine


Cirrus LED Systems, a worldwide leader in LED technology and a member of the Inc. Magazine list of fastest-growing private companies in the nation, has relocated its headquarters and manufacturing...

Introspective Systems wins $987K grid grant over three contenders

Software company Introspective Systems LLC of Portland said it has won a $986,802 Phase II grant from the U.S. Department of Energy for additional work to develop complex software frameworks that can...

Certify sold to California investor in deal worth close to $100M

Lori Valigra |

Certify Inc., a Portland travel and expense software company, was sold to K1 Investment Management LLC of El Segundo, Calif., which also merged three similar expense management software companies for...

Bangor mapping firm joins Massachusetts-based energy service company


Kappa Mapping Inc. in Bangor and Cornerstone Energy Services, based in Worcester, Mass., have reached an agreement to consolidate their companies.

Former public advocate to join Tilson


Tim Schneider, former public advocate for Maine, will join one of Maine's fastest-growing companies, Tilson Technology Management.

Do a 7-step cyber health checkup

Daniel Mitchell and Michael Bosse |

Cyber security is top of mind in businesses of all sizes. As lawyers practicing in the data privacy and cyber security areas throughout Maine and New England, we thought it would be...

Fate of $50M R&D bond rests with voters

Maine voters will decide the fate of a $50 million bond to boost the state's investment in research and development, which is the only statewide issue on the June 13 special referendum ballot.

Tips to outwit hackers that are finding new ways to pull old cons

Renee Cordes |

A global cyberattack involving ransomware called “WannaCry,” which malicious software hackers use to bar access to computer data until a ransom is paid, disrupted computer systems in 150...

Monhegan offshore wind project passes key hurdle

Lawmakers on the Legislature's Energy, Utilities and Technology Committee killed a bill that would have blocked the New England Aqua Ventus 1 project from building two 6-megawatt wind turbines...

Maine Food Insider: Tech in supermarkets seen as competitive edge

Lori Valigra |

The newest gauntlet tossed into the intense competition between supermarkets in Maine is technology, which potentially could win back shoppers by personalizing their experience at the store, right...