"Business Maine." Brief articles using the Bangor Daily News, Journal Tribune, K









"Business Maine." Brief articles using the Bangor Daily News, Journal Tribune, Kennebec Journal, Morning Sentinel, Portland Press Herald, and Sun Journal on the lack of layoffs at Humpty Dumpty Potato Chip Co. in Scarborough; bids for widening sought by the Maine Turnpike Authority; closure of 17 Irving stores in Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire; option on Pineland Center in New Gloucester exercised by the Libra Foundation; the new Bangor International Airport servicing facility for Telford Aviation and Volvo AB; change of Wing Farm in Bath into a business park; initiation of a bill helping business incubators, or applied technology centers, in three Maine business parks; suit by three Portland area residents and 40 others against Microsoft; hiring of the first assistant at the Oakland business park, FirstPark; upcoming agreement between the National Park Service and Saddleback Mountain Ski Resort to preserve the Appalachian Trail; additional funds requested by the University of Maine system; "grave concerns" by the Federal Emergency Management Agency over a Gardiner Shop ' Save expansion; and announcement of $1 billion in earnings by MBNA.


Actions and defenses, Appalachian Trail, Bangor International Airport, MBNA Corp, Business parks, Business incubators, FirstPark Oakland, Humpty-Dumpty Potato Chip Co Scarborough, Irving Oil Corp, Libra Foundation, Maine Turnpike Authority, Microsoft Corp, Pineland Center, Saddleback ski area Rangeley, Shop 'n Save, US Emergency Management Agency, University of Maine System

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