Title

"Business Maine." Brief articles on the lawsuit against Portland landlord Josep

Authors

Source

Mainebiz

Date

4-17-2000

Pages

5-8

Abstract

"Business Maine." Brief articles on the lawsuit against Portland landlord Joseph Soley; selection of an unnamed director for FirstPark in Oakland; sale of Avian Farms in Waterville to Cobb-Vantress of Arkansas; executive pay raises at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Maine, despite fiscal losses; sale of Eastland Hotel in Portland to Magna Hospitality; new growth strategy at Fairchild Seminconductor in South Portland; closure of Chick Orchards in Monmouth; approval of Wal-Mart in Auburn and Biddeford; regrowth of Madison Business Park in Madison; Environmental Protection Agency fines against Guilford Railroad Transportation for its oil spill; resignation of Perry Newman, executive director of the Maine International Trade Center; new home manufacturing jobs in Bucksport from USA Liberty Inc.; awarding of the EPA emergency rapid response contract to Coastal Environmental Corp. of Fermon; purchase of firearms-maker Solon Manufacturing in Solon and Skowhegan by Mossberg Corp.; desire of Florida Power & Light, owner of Central Maine Power generators, for a buyer; and legislative attempts to help Bates of Maine in Lewiston.

Subjects

Avian Farms International, Bates of Maine Lewiston, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maine, FPL Group Inc, Fairchild Semiconductor Corp, Hotels, taverns, etc Portland Eastland Park Hotel, Madison Business Park Madison, Maine International Trade Center, Solon, Newman, Perry, Soley, Joseph L

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