The bill, which would incrementally raise the minimum wage to $9 per hour by 2016, won final House approval Tuesday. In the Senate, lawmakers are still working out the cost of the bill.
The company is unable to say yet how many jobs will be cut in Maine.
It's been most of three decades since debate over "supply-side" economic policies was at the center of U.S. politics. But have those ideas been abandoned, or are they just awaiting their moment of return?
The Dow Jones industrial average gains nearly 60 points and hits its second all-time high in a week.
A bankruptcy court judge OKs sales of the company’s last major cake and bread brands Tuesday.
KPMG fires the person accused in the insider trading and resigns as the companies’ auditor.
The odds are against Mike Ullman, since few retailers have survived a 25% sales plunge in a single year.