"Business Maine." Brief summaries of articles from Maine newspapers on economic
"Business Maine." Brief summaries of articles from Maine newspapers on economic and community development commissioner Steve Levesque; the move of Unum from downtown Portland; Hollis as a possible site for Poland Spring water; whether Augusta will participate in the Kennebec Regional Super Park; the sale of Bowater's Maine holdings to Inexcon of Quebec; the plans of National Semiconductor to sell its South Portland computer chips plant; the defeat of a bill that would allow Maine workers to choose whether to join company unions; the popularity of the University of Southern Maine extension course "Small Scale Poultry Workshops;" the need for telemarketers at ICT Group in Lewiston; and the state's $55,777 fine to Central Maine Power.
Bills, Legislative, Bowater Inc, Central Maine Power Company, Fines (Penalties), Inexcon Maine Inc, Labor unions, Poultry industry, Kennebec Regional Park, National Semiconductor Corp South Portland, Poland Spring Bottling Co, Unum Corporation Portland, Levesque, Steven
""Business Maine." Brief summaries of articles from Maine newspapers on economic" (1999). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 1163.
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