The 38-year-old who – with his partner – sold OkCupid for $50 million in 2011 intends to bring encryption technology to the masses.
The OkCupid.com founder says the state should emphasize teaching computer programming to help foster startups.
Facebook has said it is investigating whether fraudulent one-star reviews were posted on the pages of Portland beverage retailers by a social media marketing company.
The South Portland payment processor’s bank is implicated in a marketing deception involving college students.
ImmuCell Corp. is collaborating with an Irish company to help its chances of receiving regulatory approval for Mast Out, which treats infections in lactating cows.
The technology services company is being sold to PTC Inc., which shares a common customer base and vision for the future.
Dozens of one-star reviews in the last week cause a social media uproar among the retailers.
Researchers in Orono are testing Norway spruce to see if it can be used for construction – the first species to be tested in 80 years.
A dispute between the program director, who is backed by the Maine industry, and Southern Maine Community College leads to the departure of a research lab.
The decision by Federated Cos. means the taxpayer funds won’t go to a major U.S. bank under the controversial New Markets program.