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.
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]
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