Stores employ the strategy as they try to recoup lost sales during a season that’s been hobbled by a number of factors.
It’s the second-largest such theft in U.S. history and some cardholders have difficulty contacting the company.
Subscribers and politicians convince the company to reverse its plan to drop New England Cable News.
The drop in Maine’s unemployment rate follows a national trend: Only five states had no change.
Lincoln Pulp and Paper has filed a petition for federal trade assistance to mitigate financial damage caused by imports.
If the trend continues, it would be a troubling sign that layoffs may increase.
Regulators say Ocwen Financial Corp. pushed borrowers into foreclosure through illegal actions.
The company cites ‘overcapacity in the marketplace’ and price reductions by competitors in Europe.
Darden Restaurants also won’t open new Olive Gardens as it tries to raise value for shareholders.
The forward collision warning is reducing vehicle-to-vehicle crashes by about 7 percent.
Postal unions are resisting the idea, which comes as Congress tries to reduce the service’s losses.
Two men who started with an idea 25 years ago paved the way for Maine’s explosion of craft beer makers.
The Senate leader will push for action by Jan. 7 as millions face a benefits cutoff, including thousands of Mainers.