| Aug. 29th, 2014

Maine Business Notes

Today is 11/11/11. It's a curiosity indeed. Now back to work!

Here is our cheat sheet of the big Maine business stories from the past week.

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Both ballot initiatives that would allow new gambling facilities were rejected by the people of Maine. [The Exception]

Philip Sewall, the former president of the heating oil company M.W. Sewall & Co., was found guilty of diverting $1.3 million in taxes. [Mainebiz]

Portland's Mayor-elect Michael Brennan says helping small businesses will be his priority. [Portland Press Herald]

200 job seekers attended a veterans-only job fair in Augusta. [Bangor Daily News]

Senator Susan Collins made the case for preserving the Post Office. [The Exception]

Moark LLC, a subsidiary of Land O' Lakes, will be the new operator of three Maine egg producers that were formerly run by DeCoster Egg Farms. "This will benefit our customers, the Maine-based employees, and the Maine economy," Moark President Craig Willardson said. [Maine.gov]

The Maine Brewer’s Guild and the organizers of Maine Restaurant Week are hosting the first annual Maine Beer Week from November 10-17. [The Exception]

Send your Maine business notes to editor@exceptionmag.com.

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