The Bank of Maine filed a lawsuit against Associated Grocers of Maine and 17 individuals from across the state, to recoup some of its losses.
But the report also says 26 percent of depleted stocks continue to be overfished.
Carnival, whose vessels frequent the city, will use a new exhaust gas cleaning system on 32 of its ships over the next three years.
It's an encouraging sign for the job market because the service sector employs 90 percent of the U.S. work force.
Stores remove the product from shelves, but not before some of it is purchased.
Google says the process is fully automated, 'and no humans read your email ...'
Certain travelers who pay a fee won't have to take off coats or shoes or pull laptops from their cases.
The 1.5 million vehicles sold in August were the most in six years, due to pent-up demand and other factors.
Samsung's digital watch lets users check messages secret-agent style.
Republicans say the lack of unions has lured foreign automakers and jobs, but a VW plant is now in play.
The G-20 leaders will look at tumbling currencies in several nations, trade liberalization and more.
The busy company says it needs four extra months to shift from Old Orchard Beach to its new building.
Operation of Montreal, Maine & Atlantic has been in jeopardy since the disaster in Quebec.
Competitive Energy Services of Portland faces stiff penalties for alleged market manipulation.