Mainebiz, a statewide bi-weekly business news and entrepreneurship publication, beginning in 1994 as Biz, and continuing as Mainebiz starting in 1998.
Portland Public Library's hardcopy collection is available in the Portland Room.


Submissions from 2017

Maine's Largest Nursing and Assisted-Living Homes

Maine's Largest Private Employers

Maine's Largest Private Schools

Maine's Largest Woman-Owned Businesses

Maine's Startup Community is Seeing a Surge in Activity

MDI Cites Affordable Housing As Top Priority

MDOT's Demolition of Wiscasset Building Blocked

Mechanization, Market Glut Mean Fewer Blueberry Workers

MEMIC Dividend to Top $21 Million

Millinocket Clinic Aided by Federal Loan

New Financing Secured for Western Maine Businesses

New Mainers Get EMT Training at SMCC

NOAA Awards $1.1 M to Boost Aquaculture Research

Non-Maine Public Companies Doing Business Here

Noteworthy Central & Western Maine

Noteworthy: Central & Western Maine

Noteworthy: Central & Western Maine

Noteworthy: Central & Western Maine

Noteworthy: Midcoast & Down East

Noteworthy Midcoast & Down East Maine

Noteworthy Northern & Eastern Maine

Noteworthy Northern & Eastern Maine

Noteworthy: Northern & Eastern Maine

Noteworthy: Southern

Noteworthy Southern Maine

Noteworthy Southern Maine

Noteworthy: Southern Maine

Noteworthy: Southern Maine

Noteworthy: Southern Maine

Noteworthy: Southern Maine

Noteworthy: Southern Maine

Noteworthy: Statewide

Noteworthy: Statewide

Notworthy: Northern & Eastern

On the Record [with] Carolyn Nishon

On The Record [with] Luke Holden

Outdoor Recreation Worth $8.2 Billion in Maine

P & G Invests $4.6 Million at Auburn Plant

Politics & Co. : Workforce Development Journeyman Program Among New Laws

Portland Buy Local Has New Leader

Port Official Set to Take Over Cruise Maine

Redd Bar Raises $1.5 Million for Increased Distribution

Saint Joseph's College Launches Local Food Initiative

SMCC Jumps in to Help Construction Industry

Statewide; CMP's storm recovery workforce topped 3,000

Top Maine-Based Transportation Projects

Turn Macro Trends into Micro Profits

University of Maine's Highest-Paid Employees

USDA Grants $388,000 for UMaine Potato Research

Venture Capital Firm Withdraws 5M Loan Offer

Vets First Choice Buys Two Pharmacies

Waterfront Concerts Extends Deal With Bangor

Women to Watch; Listening, Learning, Teaching, Peter Van Allen

An Army of Workers: Maine employers tap into veteran talent pool, Renee Cordes

Anchors Aweigh at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Renee Cordes

BerryDunn Eyes Further Expansion, $80M in Revenue by 2021, Renee Cordes

Building a Bigger Bank: Bangor Savings Bank readies a new waterfront campus, Renee Cordes

Business Leaders of the Year, Small Company. Wicked Success: Bob and Carmen Garver Have Built Their Organic Coffee Business into a Commercial Hit While Staying Loyal to Local Customers and Fairtrade Principles, Renee Cordes

Class Act: Textbook maker Wayside Publishing expecting $7M in revenues this year, Renee Cordes

Cruising into Maine: More Passenger Ships Expected in 2017 as Season Gets Longer on Both Ends, Renee Cordes

Cybersecurity Scams Continue to Snag Businesses, Renee Cordes

Doctors in Demand: Recruiting and retaining physicians gets more strategic amid shrinking workforce, Renee Cordes

Focus. Banking/Finance. Maine Banks Ride Merger Wave: Two of Maine's Largest Banks are Expanding by Acquisition, Renee Cordes

Focus. Biddeford's Next Step: Newcomers Finding Affordable Housing and Commercial Space, Renee Cordes

Focus Law: Rural Appeal: Efforts to attract lawyers to remote parts of Maine gain momentum, Renee Cordes

Focus. Wealth Management/Retirement. Tax Headache or Good Deed? New 3% Surcharge Raises Fear of Exodus Out-of-State, Renee Cordes

Former Con Artist Offers Business Tips to Avoid Scams, Renee Cordes

Helping Veterans Land on Their Feet: Boot2Roots' executive director is on a mission to see people succeed, Renee Cordes

Hey, Don't Listen to Forbes: Maine is open for business, Renee Cordes

Husson Business Students Can Add CFP to Credentials, Renee Cordes

Inside the Notebook. From Belgium to Biddeford, Renee Cordes

Inside the Notebook; Power to the Puffins, Renee Cordes

King Concerned About Natural-gas Dependence, U.S. Power-grid Security, Renee Cordes

Making Waves in the Property World: Press Hotel developer starts new chapter with Fathom Cos., Renee Cordes

Much Ado About Parking: With DOT proposal, Wiscasset is at a crossroads, Renee Cordes

NIMBY Arrested Development: Neighborhoods test veto power on zoning decisions, Renee Cordes

Northern Exposure: Thompson-Hamel of Presque Isle Opens Higher Visibility Bangor Office, Renee Cordes

On the Record, Renee Cordes

On the Record, Renee Cordes

On the Record, Renee Cordes

On the Record, Renee Cordes

On the Record, Renee Cordes

On the Record, Renee Cordes

On the record [with] Giovanni Twigge, Renee Cordes

On the Record [with] Jen Fullmer, Renee Cordes

On the Record [with] John Murphy, Renee Cordes

On the Record [with] Juliet Browne, Renee Cordes

On The Record [with] Nathan Hann, Renee Cordes

PMA Attendance Up as ’Reimagining’ Bears Fruit, Renee Cordes

Port Officials, Portland Residents Clash Over Proposed Cold Storage Facility, Renee Cordes

Putting the ‘Hire’ in Higher Education: UMaine Farmington Puts Emphasis on Workforce Training, Renee Cordes

Report: Nonprofits Mean $11B a Year to Maine Economy, Renee Cordes

Senator King: Maine Needs to Harness Its Workforce and People, Renee Cordes

Sew American: New Mainers Help Power American Roots, a Portland Textile Start-up, Renee Cordes

The Big Chill: Debate Over Portland Cold Storage Facility Heats Up, Renee Cordes

UMaine Augusta's New President is a Familiar Face, Renee Cordes

Unveiling of Maine Mariners Logo Launches Merchandise Sales for New Hockey Team, Renee Cordes

Wind Power’s Bumpy Ride: Onshore Development Slow but Steady as Offshore Plan Advances, Renee Cordes

Women to Watch; Maine Law's Force of Nature, Renee Cordes

Focus. Augusta/Waterville: In the Shadow of Augusta, Two Downtowns Flourish, Gardiner and Hallowell Taking Different Paths to Economic Development, Renee Corres