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  • Published
    November 21, 2011

    Flying over the holidays? ‘Tis the season for waiting

    PORTLAND — Planning to fly in or out of Portland International Jetport over the busy Thanksgiving holiday weekend?

  • Published
    November 21, 2011

    Patience vital to those with holiday travel plans

    PORTLAND — Planning to fly in or out of Portland International Jetport over the busy Thanksgiving holiday weekend?

  • Published
    November 20, 2011

    Time could be right for entrepreneurs across country

    PORTLAND — Some of the country’s most successful corporations were launched during periods of economic malaise.

  • Published
    November 20, 2011

    Time could be right for entrepreneurs

    PORTLAND — Some of the country’s most successful corporations were launched during periods of economic malaise.

  • Published
    November 3, 2011

    Jetport to install cutting-edge security scanners

    The machines bounce electromagnetic waves off passengers and create images that can show potentially threatening objects.

  • Published
    October 28, 2011

    MaineToday Media CEO and president resign

    PORTLAND — MaineToday Media CEO Richard L. Connor announced his resignation from the company Friday and will step down on Dec. 31. Dale Duncan, MaineToday president since July, also resigned, effective Friday. MaineToday, which owns The Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram, The Kennebec Journal in Augusta, the Morning Sentinel in Waterville and the Coastal Journal, […]

  • Published
    October 23, 2011

    Jobs scarce in Maine, with no sign of recovery

    PORTLAND — The 6,000 jobs that state economists projected would be added to Maine’s economy this year never materialized. Instead, job growth has stalled as modest gains in healthcare and education have failed to make up for ongoing losses in construction and manufacturing, according to an analysis by The Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram.

  • Published
    October 23, 2011

    Companies hiring, just not Mainers

    PORTLAND — Even though overall numbers show that Maine’s job picture hasn’t improved in the past year, many companies say they are hiring. But executives say a “skills gap” forces them to recruit and hire workers from out of state because they can’t find qualified applicants locally.

  • Published
    October 23, 2011

    State jobs forecast not as optimistic

    PORTLAND — The 6,000 jobs that state economists projected would be added to Maine’s economy this year never materialized. Instead, job growth has stalled as modest gains in health care and education have failed to make up for ongoing losses in construction and manufacturing, according to an analysis by The Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram.

  • Published
    October 23, 2011

    Skills gap hurting Maine’s employment picture

    PORTLAND — Even though overall numbers show that Maine’s job picture hasn’t improved in the past year, many companies say they are hiring. But executives say a skills gap forces them to recruit and hire workers from out of state because they can’t find qualified applicants locally.

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