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'Alexa, check my account balance' now possible with Town & Country FCU

Renee Cordes |

“Alexa, check my account balance at Town & Country Federal Credit Union" is now possible at the Scarborough-based credit union.

Portland cybersecurity firm expands into Australia

Laurie Schreiber |

Portland-based Sage Data Security is expanding into Australia.

Company says it was 'blindsided' by Verizon's pullout of Downeast service

A Portland-based telecommunications company that was selected to work with Verizon Wireless to expand service in rural areas, says it was “blindsided” by Verizon's sudden change of mind...

Maine's first 'next gen' surgical robot arrives at EMMC

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Eastern Maine Medical Center is the first hospital in Maine to acquire a next-generation surgical robot.

Ingersoll Rand acquires a longtime Maine distributor

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Ingersoll Rand, a global company based in Ireland, acquired the compressor business assets of Trask-Decrow Machinery in Scarborough.

CashStar acquired by Calif. tech firm for $175 million

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CashStar Inc., a Portland-based provider of gift card commerce solutions, was acquired by a California tech company for $175 million in cash.

Maine Food Insider: Forbes names Forager as startup 'likely to make a splash'

MAUREEN MILLIKEN |

Portland-based digital food sourcing platform Forager was named by the Forbes Technology Council this month as one of eight startups across the country that are going to transform their industry.

Strong joins Franklin County high-speed internet initiative

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Selectmen in the town of Strong agreed to help finance the Franklin County Broadband Initiative study, which in May received a grant for $43,000 from the state to pay for a six-month review of...

Maine Food Insider: Agtech expected to top $10B by 2025

Lori Valigra |

Tracking crop yields, disease and weather are only a few of the ways farmers can improve their businesses and, increasingly, technology is playing a role in helping them.

FairPoint seeks to end regulated service in five more communities

FairPoint Communications is moving forward on ending regulated landline service for new customers in five more communities.

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