Chinatown has attracted its share of hip restaurants, bars and art houses over the last decade. Now the lure of flexible office space and business support might attract startup companies and technology entrepreneurs to the area.
"Mediation. It works!" That's the message from a Hawaii Circuit Court system brochure promoting mediation of foreclosure lawsuits. But really, whether or not mediation works depends on where in Hawaii a homeowner facing foreclosure lives. Story »
Not all health providers accept Medicare insurance, the federal program for seniors. The vast majority of those who do are completely ethical and bill as accurately as possible for services rendered. Story »
An Iolani Palace outside Hawaii? I was looking through old photos of Iolani Palace in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser archives a few years ago, and one stunned me — it showed snow falling around the palace. Story »
With the recent Heartbleed vulnerability blowing up in the news, it's a good time to remind everyone that good passwords, and good password hygiene, are critical for the long-term protection of you and your online accounts. Story »
E Noa Tour Corp. is marking its 40th anniversary by doing what it does each day, "sharing the aloha spirit of our islands and our people; that is our mission statement," said President Maki Kuroda. 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 with “Akamai Money” as the subject. Story »
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With the rising cost of gasoline, averaging about $4.33 a gallon, have you changed driving habits to conserve gas?
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Let There Be Lei
There is something special about lei that goes beyond the visual and aromatic pleasure they invoke. Lei are living and wearable pieces of art that touch not just our senses, but our emotions. Read More »