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Hawaii Direct Mail
 Kahala Shell to cut service offerings
The Kahala Shell gas station on Waialae Avenue is changing ownership on Thursday and will no longer offer auto repairs.  Story »
American Savings Bank's earnings fell 26.7 percent in the second quarter amid lower merchant fees and reduced mortgage income.  Story »

 Business Briefs
Jamba Juice promotion excludes Hawaii • Pali Momi dining spots pass safety checks • Hiring at small businesses finally perks up; and more Story »
Maui Land & Pineapple Co.'s revenue nearly doubled in the second quarter but net income plunged 42.6 percent due to higher expenses and the $4 million sale of a 7-acre parcel in the year-ago period.  Story »

Joanna Carolan is one of those people who successfully transitioned from artisan and handcrafter to businesswoman. She did it 23 years ago and has built her business up through a hurricane, overseas competition, downturns in the economy and visitor count challenges. Story »

The sight of a beggar, paralyzed from the waist down by polio, dragging himself through the muddy streets of India is a memory not easily forgotten. Yet, there is a world of difference between an impoverished society and a fractured nation. Story »

Most of us have flown in and out of Honolulu Airport many times. But we probably didn't see Frank Sinatra, Harrison Ford, Greg Norman, the Rolling Stones, Ronald Reagan, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter or Prince Philip passing through because they came in the back door. Story »

YouTube has become an indispensable marketing vehicle for businesses of every size. That means to keep your enterprise in front of potential customers, making videos is a necessity. Shooting video is straightforward, but the editing part takes practice, time and the right tools. Story »

Howard Dashefsky will make his return to KHON-TV as anchor of the 9 p.m. weekday newscast that will debut on Monday, Sept. 8. 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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A Summer Look At Amazing Athletes
The 16-year-old Teshya Alo of Liliha wrestling sensation, who is already a two-time state high school champion from Kamehameha, did it again this summer. Read More »
 
More Fabulous Foodie Finds In Sin City
For dessert, don’t miss the ice bubble with assorted gelatos and sorbets. Ask for the secret as to how the ice bubble is made — you will be amazed! Read More »
 

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