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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...

Lewiston insurer partners with pharmacy

Lewiston-based Maine Community Health Options has partnered with a locally owned community pharmacy group to eliminate the cost of generic medications for members.

UNE students use 3D printers as a technology edge in their professions

Lori Valigra |

When the University of New England hangs its new seal skeleton at its Marine Science Center in Biddeford at the end of February, the mammal bones will be complete, thanks to...

Cross adds branding to Patriots’ stadium

Bangor-based Cross Insurance will have its name attached to a new facility opening this summer at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., the home of the New England...

Eimskip boosts shipping frequency

Eimskip has increased its shipping frequency for Portland, bringing the Icelandic shipping company closer to its goal of weekly service in order to better compete with other...

Freeport retail development moves ahead

The Boston-based developer of Freeport Village Station has cleared one hurdle in redeveloping another site into a new retail complex.

Quebec firm buys northern lumber mill

A lumber mill that employs about 135 people in a small Aroostook County town has been purchased by wood-processing company Maibec, which is based in Quebec.

Investor group buys Lewiston manufacturer

Dylan Martin |

A group of investors led by a Windham-based private equity firm announced that it has purchased Lewiston manufacturer Elmet Technologies, just after 33 layoffs were...

Cross hires leader for southern expansion

Bangor-based Cross Insurance has hired an insurance industry veteran to lead the agency’s expansion throughout southern New England.

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.

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