"Business Maine." Short articles on David Walton of the American Indian Movemen


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"Business Maine." Short articles on David Walton of the American Indian Movement's call for a boycott of Big Squaw Mountain outside Greenville; layoffs at Resort Sports Network of Portland and plans to add jobs at Tundra Semiconductor of South Portland; the Department of Human Services' approval of Central Maine Medical Center cardiac surgery center; complaints against Cross Jewelers for dropping bottles containing gift certificates off the Maine coast; International Paper's sale of its Masonite subsidiary; lawsuits against Crowe Rope of Winslow; possible merger between Bangor Hydro-Electric and Emera of Nova Scotia; Local S7's acceptance of a Bath Iron Works contract; suspension of a project to build a railway between Lewiston-Auburn and Portland; report from the Service Corps of Retired Executives that more Maine entrepreneurs are starting tech businesses; bankruptcy filing of Eastern Pulp & Paper of Lincoln and Brewer; license of Utility.com to sell electricity in Maine; a federal grant for the Women's Business Center in Wiscasset; and new possibilities for passenger rail service between Portland and Boston.


Bangor Hydro-Electric Co, Central Maine Medical Center Lewiston, Coastal Enterprises, Inc Wiscasset Women's Business Center, Cross Jewelers Portland, Crowe Rope Co, Eastern Fine Paper Inc, International Paper Company, Names, Geographical, Railroads Passenger service, Resort Sports Network, Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE), Walton, David Spirit Bear

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