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  • Letters
    Letters

    A defense of Waterville’s urban renewal on the 1960s

    Regarding the article published in Mainebiz from the print edition of June 12, “With Projects Underway, Waterville’s Downtown is Taking on New Life”, we want to correct the statement that “Waterville was a victim of urban renewal in the 1960s.”

  • Letter from the Editor
    Letter from the Editor

    Loring’s evolution takes another step forward

    Loring had a long history as an Air Force base, brief notoriety for being the site of a Phish concert and now another life as a business park. As Senior Writer Renee Cordes notes in her story, Loring has some major plans in the works.

  • In Short
    In Short

    Newsworthy people and performances for Aug. 21, 2023

    A roundup of new hires, promotions and achievements from businesses and nonprofits around Maine.

Today's Poll

Have you been the victim of a data breach or cyberattack in the past year?
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As Mainebiz reported first, 74,000 of the state's residents may have had personal data stolen in a cyberattack against mortgage lender LoanDepot. Nationwide, the attack has threatened nearly 17 million people.

The FBI has warned that the ransomware gang allegedly behind the attack already compromised data of over 1,000 businesses and government entities and received nearly $300 million in extorted payments.

Last April, an unrelated ransomware attack against Harvard Pilgrim Health Care jeopardized the personal information of its 1.1 million insurance plan members, including roughly 75,000 Mainers.

For consumers who have been affected by the data breaches, LoanDepot, Harvard Pilgrim and other businesses have offered free credit monitoring and identity protection services.