"Business Maine." Brief articles on Gov. Angus King's marketing trip to Silicon
"Business Maine." Brief articles on Gov. Angus King's marketing trip to Silicon Valley; closure of the Smith & Wesson factory in Houlton; benefits to Bath Iron Works from the 2000 Defense Appropriation Act; closure of The Upper Story, the last full-service bookstore in Sanford or Springvale; ABCD old bookseller in Camden; firing of Douglas Rooks, managing editor of the Maine Times; upcoming cruise ship season in Portland; concession of Brunswick Technologies to its acquisition by CertainTeed; approval of an entrance road to FirstPark in Oakland; contribution of state funds to lure Idexx to stay in Maine; environmental fines against Champion; sale of DeCoster in Turner to Dorothy Egg Farms, and Iowa's lawsuit against DeCoster; opening of Duke Energy's Maine Independent Station in Veazie; and plans to site Wal-Mart in Auburn and Topsham.
Bath Iron Works, Booksellers and bookselling, Brunswick Technologies Inc, Champion International Corp, DeCoster Egg Farms Turner, Cruise vessels, FirstPark Oakland, Idexx Laboratories Inc Westbrook, Maine Times, Power plants, Smith & Weston Houlton, Wal-Mart Stores Inc
""Business Maine." Brief articles on Gov. Angus King's marketing trip to Silicon" (2000). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 1495.
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