"Business Maine." Short articles on the expansion of GE Power Systems in Bangor
"Business Maine." Short articles on the expansion of GE Power Systems in Bangor; renewed bonuses for L.L. Bean employees; record-low Maine unemployment rate; alewife passage on the St. Croix River; charge against Gordon Viola for catching an Atlantic salmon; benefit eligibility granted to domestic partners by the State Employee Benefit Commission; fourth consecutive year of record lobster landings in Maine; ruling against Falmouth Wal-Mart by the Maine Human Rights Commission; structural gap in Maine revenues, which lawmakers hope will be diminished by car sales taxes; losses above projection by American Skiing Company; and recall of 185 laid-off Bath Iron Works employees.
Alewives, American Skiing Co, Bath Iron Works, Bean, L L, Inc Freeport, Domestic relations, Lobster fisheries, GE Power Systems Bangor, Revenue, Salmon, Unemployment, Wal-Mart Stores Inc
""Business Maine." Short articles on the expansion of GE Power Systems in Bangor" (2001). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 1677.
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