MBNA, the world's second largest credit card company, had planned a 130,000-squa
MBNA, the world's second largest credit card company, had planned a 130,000-square-foot expansion of its Camden operation, but pulled the expansion after Camden residents criticized the plans on environmental grounds. MBNA announced it would take the jobs, projected at 1,000 by the year 2000, to Belfast. An op-ed piece in the Republican Journal criticizing MBNA resulted in MBNA President Charles Cawley threatening to cancel the move unless Journal publisher David Morse fired editor Tom Groening. Details.
Halper, Evan, "MBNA, the world's second largest credit card company, had planned a 130,000-squa" (1995). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 1247.
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