Zimmer built the specialty clothing company from one small Texas store into a multi-billion-dollar empire, but was fired over an apparent boardroom disagreement.
In its latest economic projections, the central bank predicted that unemployment will fall a little faster, from 7.6 percent now to 7.2 percent or 7.3 percent at the end of 2013.
Dielectric, which employs about 57 people, will remain at its current facility, Sinclair says.
New funding for the Portland-based online veterinary products provider is led by HLM Venture Partners.
At a bank in Zimbabwe, owners deposit their animals as collateral against monetary loans.
In a reversal of its defiant posture, Chrysler agrees to fix fuel tanks on Grand Cherokees and Libertys.
A report credits Maine's educated work force and high test scores as a draw for manufacturers, but also cites some defects.
But enforcement action against the ad trucks, like the one roving through the area this month, is unusual.
Following a lawsuit, the insurer releases a list of doctors and hospitals for the statewide exchange.