Kestrel finds investor after financial issues

Kestrel Aircraft, a Superior, Wisc.-based airplane manufacturing startup with an office at Brunswick Landing, has found an investor after experiencing financial issues over the past year.

State seeks feedback on drug-testing rules

The Maine Department of Labor is seeking input from businesses and other organizations on how the state can improve its drug-testing law and possibly drive down costs for employers.

Proposed Kennebunk hotel faces opposition

A proposed 80-room boutique hotel in Kennebunk's Lower Village faced some opposition from community members Monday night as developers sought a controversial zoning change.

Wyman's buys 8,000 acres, expands factory

Wyman's of Maine, the country's largest supplier of premium wild blueberry products, is acquiring over 8,000 acres in New Brunswick and expanding its factory on Prince Edward Island.

WEX Inc. posts 13% revenue growth in Q2

WEX Inc., an international fleet card and corporate payment services company based in South Portland, achieved a 13% gain in total revenue in the second quarter, it said Wednesday.