"Business Maine." Short articles on the resignation of Portland Press Herald bu









"Business Maine." Short articles on the resignation of Portland Press Herald business editor John Gorge; withdrawal of the Teamsters' effort to unionize as a result of 10 percent L. L Bean bonuses; collapse of Biddeford Textile; Tim Flanger's proposed 125,000-square-foot office project in Westbrook; use of the $3 million received by Portland for sale of its Bath Iron Works dry dock to build Ocean Gate; election of Christine Vincent as president of the Maine College of Art; reversal of Maine Public Radio schedule changes; impact of foot-and-mouth disease on Falcon Shoe in Lewiston; positive evaluation of the state fund that pays unemployment benefits; new training center at Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor; innocent plea of former Bowdoin College controller Gary Plante to theft; approval of a Bath Iron Works contract by the Maine Draftsmen Association; salmon anemia, or SA, found between Eastport and Lubec; Pingree forestland, the largest conservation easement in America; acquisition of Internet Maine by Prexar; and International Paper's rejection of a buy-out offer by its former employees.


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