Mark Zuckerberg also will buy Class B shares, thus maintaining most of his stake and voting power.
The aerospace company says the group’s anti-gay policy conflicts with Lockheed’s commitment to diversity.
Target customers in the state – up to 100,000 or more – are told to watch accounts for odd charges.
A spokesman says businesses have influenced lawmakers to preserve a $69.9 million tax break subsidized by Maine taxpayers last year.
The judge has yet to decide whether the Inn at Brunswick Station will have to change its name as a result of the verdict in U.S. District Court.
The team’s new majority owner and the arena's trustees’ chairman decide to ‘look toward the future.’
Fears are stoked by the July crash in Lac Megantic, but a review shows the number of accidents has remained steady and most involve small quantities of oil.
Payment card data was reportedly stolen from customers between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15.
Cheaper to produce and longer lasting, the new money will save money.
Campaigns strive to impress on Maine minds that the practice keeps more money in the community.
Fewer than expected shoppers are looking at steeper discounts, with sales behind predictions.
The temporary measures during an early cold snap show how the state’s natural gas shortage is a threat to businesses and workers.
It would allow the team to share revenue from alcohol sales without getting a liquor license, which 'certainly makes sense,' both sides say.