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Mainebiz accepting nominations for Business Leader of the Year awards


Did your business, large or small, have a great year in 2017? If so, and you believe that the stellar performance stems from outstanding leadership at the top, Mainebiz would like to hear from you.

Money Magazine: South Portland is best place to live in Maine


South Portland is the best place to live in Maine, according to Money Magazine's latest national scorecard.

Herring shed set adrift by storm sparks social media border skirmish

A historic Lubec smoked herring shed that broke away from the waterfront during the Jan. 4 blizzard and eventually beached on Canada’s Campobello Island has become the object of a heated...

Long-time broker publishes guide to business transactions


Scott Balfour, president and CEO of Magnusson Balfour Commercial & Business Brokers in Portland, has pulled from his 40 years of experience to publish "Buying and Selling a...

Collins, King among group urging caution on Canadian paper tariffs


U.S. Sens. Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Angus King, I-Maine, are among eight U.S. senators who signed a letter Friday urging the U.S. Department of Commerce to consider the nation's newspapers and the...

Mainebiz staff expanding its horizons in 2018

Peter Van Allen |

For this year, I've asked the Mainebiz editorial staff to expand its horizons.

Mainebiz publishing schedule in the new year


Mainebiz will not publish the Daily on New Year’s Day, Jan. 1.

Portland administrator scores with board-game invention

Tom Deschenes, a college administrator who lives in Portland, has turned his interest in board games into a commercial success by inventing one of his own, Maine Public reported.

Hannaford pivots on 'Mario Batali Home Chef Challenge'

James McCarthy |

Hannaford Supermarkets announced today it has modified its “Home Chef Challenge with Mario Batali,” following sexual misconduct allegations against the celebrity chef that surfaced Monday...

Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative responds to questions about its effectiveness

The Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative, which has spent $6.25 million over four years to market lobsters to well-known chefs and at restaurant events nationwide, is seeking to extend its contract...