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Those three stale bagel quarters left over from the meeting? Gone in seconds. Picked over Halloween candy someone’s kid didn’t want? Eaten in record time.

The fashion industry is far from sustainable, but a radical new platform called CircularID aims to make it easier for brands to recycle, repair, and resell fashion products.

Kind Bar is pushing the FDA to strengthen its food-labeling requirements. Some of its competitors aren’t thrilled.

Yoga Foster equips school teachers with tools to help their students refocus and cope with toxic stress.

Though $1 billion seems like a big price tag, it’s just a drop in the bucket for Apple. At the end of last quarter, the company had $113 billion in cash sitting around.

My experience transitioning in midcareer gave me a unique perspective on how the industry should approach gender inclusion.

Gig work has always existed, but it has come to mean so much more than what it meant in the past.

The Portland Historic Preservation Board Wednesday will consider designating 17 buildings on Forest Avenue between Interstate 295 and Woodford's Corner as historic, a measure proponents say will protect the neighborhood's history and boost economic development
The nominated buildings, many of them built as car dealerships and restaurants from the early 20th century, record the story of Forest Avenue's development, especially its era as a streetcar line…

Architects and designers are hoping for the best and preparing for the worst as they anticipate the potential impacts of climate change in Portland and beyond.

A new law in the state will make it illegal to label products like “plant-based meat,” “cauliflower rice,” or “almond milk.” Plant-based producers (and the ACLU) say that’s a violation of the First Amendment.

Here are some of the tips the speakers shared on how indie booksellers can better welcome and promote romance books in their stores.

Recently, Penske was among several companies that were recognized by the U.S. Navy Reserves for their support of Reserve Sailors.

Booksellers who attended the 2019 Children’s Institute are encouraged to fill out the post-event survey and sign into the Children’s Institute app to complete session evaluations.

What does the Fair Wage Amendment do
The Fair Wage Amendment ensures that all Floridians can have the dignity of earning a fair wage for a hard day’s work. The Amendment raises Florida’s minimum wage – by slightly over $1 an hour, initially – to $10 per hour in 2021, then increases the hourly pay by $1 per hour each year until it reaches $15 per hour in 2026. After 2026, Florida’s minimum wage would increase with the rate of inflation, just like…

Due to the high-risk nature of its activities, manufacturing safety is as important as, if not more than, having a high-quality product.

Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Hermès are battling for young consumers. Will their strategies—which include everything from podcasts to video games—pay off?

Shriners Hospitals for Children offers career opportunities to clinical and non-clinical professionals; as well as educational and research opportunities. The work environment is mission driven, high quality and provides great satisfaction to all professionals through the unique health care setting.

This position is located in the Area Census Office (ACO) in Gardiner Maine. This position will oversee the activities of field data collection and directly supervise an assigned team of Census Field Supervisors and office support clerks.
In order to be considered, ALL APPLICANTS MUST RESIDE in the State of Maine.
Relocation will NOT be paid.
Applicants that apply by the 1st CUT-OFF date will be considered first. 

Despite extensive safety standards and regulations, worker safety remains a huge challenge for many industries. According to recent figures from the National Safety Council, more than 4,500,000 workplace injuries occur annually—or about one injury every seven seconds. Recent years have resulted in the manufacturing sector accounting for more than 300 fatalities and over 410,000 non-fatal occupation injuries. Annual costs associated with occupational injuries and illnesses total…