The chairman of Barilla says his company would never feature ads depicting gay families.
Farmers say immigration reform, which would legalize their current workforce and create a guest worker program, could solve the labor shortage problem.
The U.S. Chamber is the nation’s largest business organization with considerable political sway in Washington.
The ruling is a setback for Arthur T. Demoulas, who's been locked in a legal battle with family members over control of the chain.
The retailer's 'business as usual' move rattles investors who are already jittery about Congress' intractability.
An official with the insurance company says Maine's 'strong economy' is prompting the growth.
Shares hit new highs as analysts tout a new advertising potential and pending changes in China.
Americans' net worth was up $74.8 trillion in the last quarter on gains in home prices and stock values.
The Press Herald is among recipients honored for community leadership.
Bill Whitmore, who has operated fitness centers, will offer financing and other business services.
Colleen McCracken recently joined Planet Dog, the Westbrook maker of dog toys and treats, as co-CEO, after stops at G.H. Bass and Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers.
The company's newest Kindles come equipped with 'Mayday,' an interactive link to customer services.