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Cutler confirmed to lead new graduate school

The University of Maine System confirmed Wednesday that Eliot Cutler, the two-time former gubernatorial candidate, will lead the creation of a new graduate law and business...

SEC accuses ex-Old Town mill owner of fraud

Lynn Tilton, the self-proclaimed billionaire and former owner of the Old Town Fuel & Fiber mill, is being accused of fraud by the U.S. Securities and Exchange...

BIW lands $620M Navy contract

Bath Iron Works has received a $620 million award to build one DDG-51 class destroyer — work that is part of a larger, multi-year procurement contract.

Portland chef to open clam shack at Thompson's Point

The owner of Slab and Nosh Kitchen Bar in Portland is teaming up with two partners to open a clam shack at Thompson’s Point, the 30-acre former industrial lot that is being...

Hotel industry veteran buys Kingfield inn connected to Sugarloaf founder

Dylan Martin |

A native Mainer and hotel industry veteran has purchased an inn in Kingfield that was built by the father of Sugarloaf ski resort’s founder.

Camden National to buy Bank of Maine

Dylan Martin |

The parent company of Camden National Bank has reached an agreement to buy the Bank of Maine in a deal that could make it the state's largest Maine-based bank.

Ex-Augusta mayor sues Mattson, firms for $900K

Former Augusta Mayor William E. Dowling is seeking an almost $900,000 lien against Kevin Mattson and his firms seeking back wages, unused vacation and sick pay, loan repayment and...

Casco Bay Tech Hub closing co-working space

A high-profile Portland co-working space housing a Blackstone Accelerates Growth office and nine other tenants will shutter May 1.

As BIW adapts for future, labor unrest boils over

Around 1,000 union workers at Bath Iron Works marched Tuesday in protest of a new policy that previously caused unrest among union workers 15 years ago.

Owner to sell historic Falmouth market

The Town Landing Market, a historic store in Falmouth that has been featured in commercials and on a magazine cover, is changing ownership next week.

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