For many businesses, the pivot to e-commerce during the pandemic has been a big lift. The question for the future is whether they’ll continue to maintain their new e-commerce presence.
More than 1,700 brewers competed in the Great American Beer Festival Competition held annually by the Brewers Association with judges from around the world considering entries in 90 categories. This
The head of a Maine company that manufactures flame-resistant fabrics says her firm’s products are being undercut by the “dumping” of similar products made by a Belarusian company believed to
Maine companies exported $1.5 billion of products to 153 countries from January through August, which represents a 14.4% year-to-date decline versus 2019, according to U.S. Census Bureau data provided by
The Bioscience Association of Maine’s (BioME) “Why Maine?” project focuses on promoting Maine as a location for life sciences. It clearly conveys why the state is an enriching community to
The Trump administration said Tuesday that it is dropping taxes on Canadian aluminum, easing tensions with a close ally just hours before Canada was prepared to impose retaliatory sanctions. The
Endless trees. Paper and pulp. If you compare a photo of Maine and Finland, only a few could tell the difference at first look. Both have a history of harvesting
Less than a year after Gov. Janet Mills and Finland’s prime minister at the time agreed to strengthen their respective forest economies, a virtual trade and study mission that kicks off