"Business Maine." Brief articles on local telephone service plans from Time War
"Business Maine." Brief articles on local telephone service plans from Time Warmer Cable and Log On America; workforce cuts at Avian Farms; bankruptcy reorganization of Talk America; Madison Paper Industries' paper machine; layoffs at William Arthur Inc.; overall Maine economic growth, 1998-99, with related chart; request of Bowater Inc. for dismissal of lawsuits against it; modular housing manufacturer KBS Inc.; the sale of Maine InternetWorks; closure of Bookland stores; sale of Economy Drug to Shop 'n Save; job cuts at Sappi Fine Paper; increased tax revenue for Maine airports; remaining choices for a new postal center; Sanford's approval of an off track betting parlor; second closure of Carleton Mills; lack of a bonus for L.L. Bean workers; Bangor Gas Co.'s plan for a line from Orrington to Bucksport; new self-service at Irving Oil in eastern Maine; legal complications to the sale of Bates Mill; and work of AmeriCounsel.com for Lawyer Milloy of the New England Patriots. Related "Quotables."
Avian Farms International, Bates Mill Complex Lewiston, Bean, L L, Inc Freeport, Bookland, Bowater Inc, Economic conditions, Irving Oil Corp, Sappi Fine Paper of North America, Madison Paper Industries Madison, Maine InternetWorks, Talk America
Riddick, Ruth, ""Business Maine." Brief articles on local telephone service plans from Time War" (2000). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 1392.
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