A law likely to take effect in 2014 targets non-tax compliance by Americans with foreign accounts.
With the fourth season of the British TV juggernaut comes a wide range of quirky merchandise.
The Circus Conservatory of America hopes to convert a building on Thompson's Point into a school for up to 120 students.
Companies are laying off fewer workers, a trend that has lowered applications for unemployment benefits 14 percent this year. But hiring is still sluggish, resulting in only modest net job growth.
The second quarter's growth, however anemic, is the first seen since early 2011. It's greeted with wary relief.
The Justice Department filed suit Tuesday to block a merger of US Airways and American.
As home foreclosures decline, repossessions may hit a six-year low for 2013.
The Circus Conservatory of America, a degree-granting college, would be the first new tenant for the $100 million Portland development since the project was rolled out in 2011.
Back-to-school buying has started slowly, and may provide clues about the coming months.
MaineHealth CEO Bill Caron hopes to keep the baby boomer 'tsunami' from breaking the bank.