Sales of existing houses and the median price jump in August as the market continues to rebound.
If any of the four largest credit unions were to fall, it could pose a tremendous threat to the insurance fund that protects them.
In its bustling past, as well as in the hopes for a viable future, the port has geography on its side.
Regulators say that the largest U.S. bank's weak oversight allowed traders in its London office to assign inflated values to transactions and cover up huge losses.
Mortgage rates have risen since May and have begun to restrain housing's rebound.
A survey indicates numbers are at a low point, a blow to fishermen as regulators prepare to set limits.
After cutting some jobs and creating others, the company's employment total in Maine will be down by one.
Analysts are waiting to see whether Apple’s iOS 7 drives or dampens sales of the newest phones.
Walgreen is the latest company to make the shift away from offering just a few plan options itself.
The president in Bath is moving to Electric Boat as part of changes related to a retirement.
The case arose from an employee 'liking' his boss's political opponent.
Anti-pollution rules and energy changes could mean 'the beginning of the end' for the fuel.
The bank says it is spending about $1 billion to correct risk and compliance mistakes.
Westbrook leaders envision a transformed downtown teeming with offices, hotels, shops and restaurants drawn to the city for its business-friendly policies, relatively inexpensive real estate and local amenities.