Friday, September 19, 2014         


Hawaii Direct Mail
The most environmentally friendly members of Hawaii's visitor industry were recognized by the Hawaii Ecotourism Association on Wednesday at the nonprofit's 20th-anniversary awards luncheon in Waikiki. Story »

Chevron Corp., owner of the state's second-largest refinery, has hired Deutsche Bank to identify potential buyers for the Kapolei facility.  Story »

The Hawaii Tourism Authority spent $480,000 to bring the Japanese boy band Arashi to Hawaii for two concerts at the Ko Olina Resort in West Oahu on Friday and Saturday -- the group's first performances outside of Asia.  Story »

Home Depot said Thursday that a data breach that lasted for months at its stores in the U.S. and Canada affected 56 million debit and credit cards, far more than a pre-Christmas 2013 attack on Target customers. Story »

 Business Briefs
Makani Kai Air adds Molokai flights • 801 South B opponents face a bigger fight • Downtown Capital LLC, the developer trying to build • Hawaii Energy offering $50 AC rebate and more Story »
Maui's economic recovery has been inconsistent this year as a sputtering visitor industry and an overdue construction rebound have slowed growth on the state's third most populous island.  Story »

Larry Ellison announced Thursday his retirement as chief executive of Oracle, a company he founded in 1977 that has transformed the way businesses use technology and made him one of the world's richest people. Story »

It has been way too hot in the islands for many of us to contemplate wearing socks, but it is not too early to think about shopping for Christmas, especially if you have far-flung family members on your gift list. 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 »

In the last month I've written about Aina Haina, the shopping center and the Ranch House. This week I thought I'd write about what was, at one time, called the Village Green. 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 »

Hawaii Pacific University graduate Emily MacNintch and her boyfriend Nick Holvik could one day soon be happier than pigs in, well, poop, if they win the $50,000 prize in "Expedition Granted. 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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RECIPE: Papalua's Fudge and Coconut Mele Mac Cake
Who doesn’t like cake? Who doesn’t like sweets? Try this recipe - Papalua's fudge and coconut mele mac cake with coconut swiss meringue buttercream. At the next party, let them eat cake Read More »
Times Shop And Score Kickoff
Community members gathered at Times Supermarket in Mililani Sept. 3 to kick off the 14th annual Times Shop and Score campaign. Read More »

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