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Wednesday, August 20, 2014         

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Hawaii Direct Mail
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Puna residents who had hurricane insurance when Iselle blew through Hawaii island should be covered under their policies even though the high-powered disturbance was downgraded to a tropical storm when it made landfall. Story »
Kaiser Permanente Hawaii earned $1 million in the second quarter after gaining more than 3,000 members in the first six months of the year. That reverses a year-earlier loss of $800,000 in the quarter ended June 30. Story »

 Business Briefs
Cyanotech hires agribusiness executive • Island Air sponsors disabilities nonprofit • PricewaterhouseCoopers to pay $25M • U.S. homebuilder confidence rises • Bourbon production reaches high point • and more Story »
A record 450-plus exhibitors and more than 40,000 people attended the Made in Hawaii Festival over the Statehood Day weekend, according to event producer Amy Hammond, president of Special Events Hawaii. Story »

We take for granted the woven coconut papale (hat), lau hala mats, woven lau hala tote bags with bamboo handles, and similar items. Something that is not yet a household concept in Hawaii is traditional lau hala weaving using sterling silver and gold wire. Story »

Gilead Sciences recently brought to market a product called Sovaldi, a breakthrough treatment for the most common form of hepatitis C. The total medication cost is roughly $84,000 per patient, or $1,000 per day for 12 weeks. The new medication works well and cures the disease in about 90 percent of cases. Story »

Hawaii's first truly great golfer was Francis Hyde I'i Brown. During the 1920s and 1930s, he was to golf what Duke Kahanamoku was to swimming and surfing. Story »

You're starting a new business, launching a new product, or initiating a new ad campaign, and looking for that killer domain name. Unfortunately, given that there are literally hundreds of millions of domains registered, you find that yours is already taken.  Story »

Say you're the best, most worthy nonprofit in the world, but not enough people know about you and your mission. Now what? Longtime public relations maven Mona Wood-Sword, owner of Honolulu-based IKAIKA Communications, will tell you what's next. 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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