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Paul Dioli in his letter to the editor [in the print edition of Feb. 18] suggests that aquaculture must fit in with other coastal activities such as commercial fishing and tourism.
Manufacturing's job count in Maine has not reached the level where it was even before the recession, and is a far cry from historic levels.
Yet the workforce is growing, helped by some scrappy entrepreneurs.
To the Editor:
The New Yorker recently published an essay by the late Oliver Sacks that bemoans technology's greater presence in our lives.
Driving around may not seem like a productive use of time in most industries, but in the news business, it's a first-hand way to see construction that's underway, businesses that have opened or closed and get a sense of the issues in a particular
As this issue goes to press, the Mainebiz staff is working out who is going to cover which speakers at the annual MEREDA conference.
Going into 2019, there's been a lot of talk about the economy and where it's headed. With the stock market taking a rocky ride, forecasts of doom-and-gloom abound.
As a business owner focused exclusively on the career transitions of Maine professionals, I read with interest the Dec. 10 Mainebiz cover story, “What's Next for Maine's Labor Shortage?”
A topic that has dominated business talk in the past year has been companies' challenges in finding qualified workers.
As we wrap up 2018 and look toward 2019, that has been the discussion we've replayed over and over.
I was assigned the banking beat way back in the Savings & Loan crisis of the early 1990s and several years later worked for American Banker at a time when leveraged buyouts and dot-com deals were making headlines.
Gov. Paul LePage's impact on business will likely be debated for some time.
Setting that debate aside for now, it's going to be interesting what effect Gov.-elect Janet Mills will have on business.
It may not be surprising that in an issue about transportation and infrastructure, we're once again pounding the drum about the labor shortage.
In this issue we honor 11 business people who are changing the Maine economy for the better.
I could not agree more with a letter you published recently from Thomas Harmon (See letter to the editor, Aug.
We all have our own mental image of a “startup.” Whether the idea is formed by pitch competitions like Greenlight Maine or Top Gun, the Wall Street Journal or Inc.
This issue of the Bangor and Northern Maine focus looks at a region that's undergoing major changes.