Tuesday, September 16, 2014         


Hawaii Direct Mail
A repeatedly stalled residential development project in Hawaii Kai has its third new name and is slated for its fourth launch next month as a luxury rental apartment complex on a site representing one of the few remaining opportunities to build homes in the East Oahu neighborhood. Story »

Kaiser Permanente Hawaii is launching an internal medicine residency program focused on preparing physicians to practice in office, clinic and virtual settings. The state is facing a shortage of more than 700 physicians, with the most acute need — 300 doctors — in primary care. Story »

On Monday, Hawaiian Airlines unveiled the Jimmy Hogg memorial wall to pay tribute to the Hawaiian Airlines pilot and aviation pioneer for whom the airport code is named. On Maui the airport code for Kahu­lui Airport is OGG. Story »

 Business Briefs 
PUC invites public input over HECO plans • Hawaii tax system is second worst in U.S. • Honolulu is the 58th most livable U.S. city • Honolulu weddings most affordable in state • Island Air offers $68 fare for nonstop flights • and more Story »
The state and the U.S. Department of Energy said they will continue their partnership in the Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative. Gov. Neil Abercrombie and Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz signed a memorandum of understanding for the HCEI on Monday. Story »

Rella Rivera makes a living having a blast. Sure, she has fun working as Rella on the Radio at Ohana Broadcast Co., primarily on KQMQ-FM 93.1 but also on KUMU-FM 94.7 or KDDB-FM 102.7. Story »

UnitedHealthcare, the nation's largest managed-care insurance company, was taken to task last year by the assistant secretary of defense for causing delays in medical treatment. Story »

Last month, I wrote about the Ranch House in Aina Haina. Before Henry Kaiser developed Hawaii Kai, Aina Haina was the last outpost of the city of Honolulu, said Jim Napier, who grew up in the area and later managed the shopping center. Story »

While tablet computers have become all the rage lately, many folks still have trouble taking advantage of portability and still maintaining productivity. A venerable Taiwanese-based PC manufacturer, Asus, attempts to bridge this gap with its recently introduced Transformer Book series. Story »

Ala Kuola, a Honolulu-based nonprofit organization also known as the Hawaii Family Law Clinic, is dedicated to preventing violence and is largely focused on sports teams through the national curriculum of Coaching Boys into Men. Story »

“Akamai Money” seeks out local experts to answer questions about business in Hawaii. If you have an issue you would like us to tackle, please email it to business@star- advertiser.com and put “Akamai Money” in the subject line.  Story »

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