To generate power, nearly 350,000 computer-controlled mirrors roughly the size of a garage door reflect sunlight to boilers atop 459-foot towers.
Guidance issued by the Justice and Treasury departments is the latest step by the federal government toward enabling a legalized marijuana industry.
Plus, airlines have been cutting unprofitable flights and packing more passengers on each flight, so rebooking can take days.
The city says meeting recordings were inadvertently erased, and since then, officials have provided the Keep Portland Livable group with all the remaining pertinent records.
The Bath shipyard was one of three chosen to develop the design for the U.S. Coast Guard’s next-generation Offshore Patrol Cutter program.
Musicians have long complained that airlines frequently require that instruments be checked as baggage, with the result that they are often damaged or lost.
Alcom LLC expects to create 180 positions in the next three years.
The men’s clothing company has been pursued for purchase by rival Men’s Warehouse.
The company has been under pressure recently to focus on its stronger Frito-Lay snack unit.
About 339,000 people applied for first-time unemployment benefits last week.
Freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall last month cut into store traffic and post-holiday sales.
Those who don’t self-identify as male or female see the change as a major step toward acceptance.
Last year’s stock-market surges improves Americans’ overall retirement prospects only fractionally.
A whopping 738 million roses and more go through the airport into a system that keeps them fresh.
They see the issue as a political winner in Congress.
The new executive should be able to help with ‘capital discipline,’ an analyst says.
They expect higher prices and more service problems, and so do current cable customers in Maine.
A federal investigation is launched into the accident that left a waterway polluted with tons of toxic sludge.
For the first time, it didn’t quantify its purchases in its annual report, probably for competitive reasons.
Americans see an economic system that demands working harder than ever to get ahead and a political system that is unresponsive to their needs.