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<b>Left to right: Joshua Broder</b>, CEO  of <b>Tilson</b>; <b>Kathie Leonard</b>, president and CEO of <b>Auburn Manufacturing Inc.</b>; <b>Steve Levesque</b>, executive director of <b>Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority.</b>
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2018 Business Leaders of the Year

Mainebiz Staff |

Joshua Broder, CEO of Tilson

 
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<b>Patrick R. Dunn</b>, president and director of consulting at <b>Cushnoc Resiliency Advisors</b> in Augusta, says every business needs a disaster recovery/business continuity plan.

Cushnoc Resiliency Advisors helps companies recover from 'business disasters'

Maureen Milliken |

Patrick R. Dunn, president of Cushnoc Resiliency Advisors in Augusta, explains why it's important for all businesses, small or large, to be prepared for 'business disasters' — anything from a...

<b>Kathie Leonard</b>, president and CEO of <b>Auburn Manufacturing</b>, in the weaving department at the Auburn facility. As one observer says, 'She knows her business very well.'

At Auburn Manufacturing, Kathie Leonard stokes a global market for heat-resistant materials

Laurie Schreiber |

After winning a critical product-dumping trade case against China in 2017, Auburn Manufacturing CEO Kathie Leonard plans to expand Auburn Manufacturing's facilities to stay on top of a tough global...

<b>Joshua Broder</b>, CEO of <b>Tilson</b>, in the lobby at the new office in Portland. The offices feature an open layout with no assigned workspaces or offices.

Joshua Broder leads fast-growing Tilson towards $77M in annual sales, hundreds of jobs

Renee Cordes |

“Tilson – On a Mission” is the tagline at Tilson Technology Management Inc., where CEO Joshua Broder says that mission is to design and build America's information infrastructure...

<b>Steve Levesque</b>, executive director of the <b>Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority</b>, has helped tranform a former Navy base into the 3,200-acre <b>Brunswick Landing</b>, a technology and business campus that has 1,620 jobs at 108 businesses.

Under Steve Levesque, Brunswick Landing delivers on a promise of creating new jobs

Maureen Milliken |

Under the leadership of Steve Levesque, executive director of the Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority, the evolution of the former Brunswick Naval Air Station to the humming Brunswick Landing...

 
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<b>Verso Corp.</b> aims to restart its No. 3 paper machine at the <b>Androscoggin Mill</b> in Jay later this year.

Verso foresees better sales in 2018 amid plans to restart paper machine in Jay

Verso Corp. (NYSE: VRS) expects sales to improve in 2018 as it gears up to restart the idled No. 3 paper machine at its Androscoggin Mill...

Four topics every employee should be able to address

BY J. Sheldon MacLeod, organizational and post-secondary consultant

Businesses and organizations are always seeking to increase revenue, serve customers better, or advance their mission. Having employees and team...

<b>Andrew Silsby</b>

How To: Broach the tough topic of 'money' with your life partner

BY Andrew Silsby

As a banker, I believe there's no bad time to chat about your family finances with your significant other.

A three-story office building, <b>5 Widgery Wharf</b>, is under construction on the Portland waterfront. The contractor is <b>Ducas Construction</b>.

A statewide roundup of construction-related news

Landry/French Construction, Scarborough, has another project under construction on the India Street corridor, this time...

 
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Maine's largest private schools

Ranked by total enrollment, fall 2018

RankSchoolEnrollment
1Thornton Academy, Saco1,651
2Berwick Academy, South Berwick604

Source: Each school via survey



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