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                                A rainbow graces the skies over downtown Honolulu earlier this year. As the islands begin to emerge from the economic turmoil of the last year, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser is teaming up with the workplace research and consulting firm Energage to honor Hawaii Top Workplaces.
Hawaii Top Workplaces seeks nominations

Top workplace honors are based on employee feedback from participating companies. Organizations are grouped by size. Participation is free. Read more

HU HONUA BIOENERGY LLC
                                Hu Honua Bioenergy LLC’s biomass plant in Pepeekeo on the Big Island’s Hama­kua Coast.
Big Island renewable energy plant wins appeal

The Hawaii Supreme Court, giving new life to Hu Honua Bioenergy LLC’s nearly completed biomass plant on Hawaii island, ruled unanimously Monday in favor of the company’s appeal and sent back the case to the state Public Utilities Commission with clear instructions on how to proceed. Read more

COURTESY OF JABSOM
                                The Astaxanthin product Zanthosyn currently on the market from Cardax Inc.
Cardax Inc.’s loss widens as revenue slumps

Biopharmaceutical company Cardax Inc. said its first-quarter revenue fell nearly 27% primarily due to its largest customer closing stores amid a bankruptcy reorganization and the COVID-19 pandemic affecting store sales. Read more

COURTESY PHOTO
                                <strong>Rich Wacker: </strong>
                                <em>The 58-year-old president and CEO said he wants to pursue other interests </em>
Rich Wacker out, Ann Teranishi in as American Savings CEO

American Savings Bank President and CEO Rich Wacker, who navigated the company through the pandemic and helped oversee the transition to a new $100 million, 11-story downtown headquarters in April 2019, is stepping down from his positions, effective today. Read more


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