Government Archive

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APEC Gives Hawaii a Chance to Redefine its Image

APEC Gives Hawaii a Chance to Redefine its Image

When up to 20,000 guests attend the APEC 2011 Leaders' Week next month, we won't be touting Hawaii's old standbys.

October 2011
Hawaii’s Most Profitable Companies

Hawaii’s Most Profitable Companies

An inside look at the profits and losses of Hawaii companies

August 2011
Toxic Waste in Hawaii

Toxic Waste in Hawaii

How brownfields and contaminated sites affect development

June 2011
SBA Hawaii Offers Small Business Owners Advanced Training

SBA Hawaii Offers Small Business Owners Advanced Training

E200 Leadership Initiative is similar to an executive MBA program

April 2011
Businesses Love to Hate the Hawaii PUC

Businesses Love to Hate the Hawaii PUC

The state Public Utilities Commission is often criticized but open to reform

March 2011
Hawaii State Government Slow to Pay

Hawaii State Government Slow to Pay

The state delays paying contractors up to weeks, say some nonprofits and general contractors

March 2011
Hawaii State ERS Underfunded by $7 Billion

Hawaii State ERS Underfunded by $7 Billion

State and county workers’ pension plan is grossly underfunded – and we’re all on the hook for it

February 2011
Hawaii’s Tech Industry After Act 221

Hawaii’s Tech Industry After Act 221

The tax credit nurturing Hawaii’s tech industry is dead, but here are five ways to keep the momentum going

January 2011
An open letter to Governor Neil Abercrombie

An open letter to Governor Neil Abercrombie

The editor asks the governor to bring integrity to state government.

January 2011
The Coming China Wave

The Coming China Wave

It could take three to seven years, but the world’s next superpower will play a much bigger role in local tourism, real estate, energy, schools and exports

November 2010