Business News

1:46 pm , 08/22/2014 Bangor Daily News

PORTLAND, Maine – Verrill Dana is pleased to welcome Elizabeth Riotte, née LeBlanc, to its Business and Corporate Group. Riotte’s practice will focus on securities law, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, and related matters. She will be resident in the firm’s Portland office. Prior to joining Verrill Dana, Riotte practiced in …

12:15 pm , 08/22/2014 Bangor Daily News

BANGOR, Maine — The Whistling Pig Smokehouse, a Bangor barbecue eatery that opened less than a year ago on Main Street, has closed. The message “It’s with a heavy heart that we have to announce The Whistling Pig will be closing its doors,” was posted to its Facebook page Thursday. …

12:09 pm , 08/22/2014 Bangor Daily News

BANGOR, Maine — Curious about what’s coming up at the Cross Insurance Center? Just drive by. The multi-purpose facility, which has been open for about a year, switched on its new marquee Friday morning during a ceremony attended by arena and city officials, as well as members of the Cross …

11:48 am , 08/22/2014 Mainebiz
Gov. Paul LePage said the state is helping Great Northern Paper Co. fi

11:47 am , 08/22/2014 Mainebiz
Two Rockport businesses owners are being accused of bilking nearly $5

11:47 am , 08/22/2014 Mainebiz
Sales of single-family existing homes in Maine increased in July over

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Arthur T. Demoulas, the ousted CEO of Market Basket, is expected to ma

11:45 am , 08/22/2014 Mainebiz
Northwoods Gourmet Girl, a Greenville-based specialty foods company, i

10:43 am , 08/22/2014 Bangor Daily News

SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine — For two months, the Fogg family has had to keep quiet about what went on behind closed doors during a reality-TV makeover of Uncle Andy’s Diner. But on Wednesday, Aug. 27, at 10 p.m., they’ll relive the restaurant’s turbulent remodeling, along with a national Food Network …

9:56 am , 08/22/2014 Bangor Daily News

As breweries continue to pop up around the state, distributors are starting to pay attention. That’s partly because of state law that allows breweries to distribute their own beer, up to 50,000 gallons of annual output. Many of the state’s breweries got close to that mark last year and some are growing enough to make …