Sunday, April 26, 2015         


Hawaii Direct Mail
 Pele Awards judges dole out more top-tier recognition
Hawaii's advertising and design professionals celebrated the industry that feeds them Saturday night at the annual Pele Awards gala staged by the American Advertising Federation-Hawaii chapter. Story »
Some Waikiki residents are protesting a zoning change that would allow more stores, restaurants and other businesses along a three-block stretch of Kuhio Avenue that is now mostly residential. Story »

Bank of Hawaii is closing two branches on Maui and relocating a third into a new 13,500-square-foot, two-story center.  Story »

Ohana Pacific Bank has fewer assets than any bank in the state, but being a small company has its benefits when it comes to loan production.  Story »

You meet lots of nice ladies at craft fairs who sell clothing, quilts, hats and other items they have lovingly hand-sewn, but this nice lady also happens to be a retired doctor. Story »

The respect and care of our kupuna is a cornerstone of Hawaiian culture. Our kupuna hold the wisdom and knowledge of years gone by and the capacity to teach traditions that will be carried on for generations to come. Story »

One of the greatest marketing and promotions people in radio in the United States is a local boy who was born in Waikiki four years before the Pearl Harbor attack. Story »

People have asked me how the Internet can be used for illegal or secret activity since everything is traceable. Answer: the Deep Web. Story »

Please stand by for this rather breathless scoop: Portuguese sausage-flavored Spam has been developed by Hormel Foods Corp., and the company has chosen Hawaii to debut the new flavor. 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- and put “Akamai Money” in the subject line.  Story »


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