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(NEWS CENTER) - Five sales and moves of local businesses that will change Maine's financial future.
Downeast Energy has been purchased by an Oklahoma firm.
Barber Food announced the layoffs of 79 employees as part of a restructuring effort.
Lewiston's White Rock Distilleries is selling 2 brands to the makers of Jim Beam.
A Cold War era radar base in Moscow has been bought by Cianbro.
Greyhound moved its Bangor area station from downtown to Dysart's truck stop and not all passengers are happy.
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