Hawaii Business Magazine - November 2022 November 2, 2022 Michelle Tan FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin My Job Is Overseeing Design and Construction of Honolulu RailMatthew Scanlon took on a bear of a project, but he says it will transform O‘ahu and make travel so much easier. The Honolulu Fish Auction Celebrates Its 70th AnniversaryThe auction at Pier 38 sells up to 90,000 pounds of fish a day and is a key part of the state’s biggest food-producing industry. Hawai‘i’s National Philanthropy DayCelebrating those who make Hawai'i a better place. Jody Shiroma’s Advice: Never Stop GrowingThe PBS Hawaiʻi executive helps young people interested in media and PR, and she still seeks advice from her own mentors. Hawai‘i Land Trust Preserves Special Places for Today and the FutureThe nonprofit has protected over 20,000 acres, including shorelines, fishponds and sacred cultural sites. What’s Up with All the Email Disclaimers?A local attorney says some can be helpful. For instance, a disclaimer can stop a proposal from becoming a legal obligation. A Legacy of Generosity Lives OnThanks to one 'local boy made good,' generations of Roosevelt High School graduates have gotten a boost toward achieving their educational goals. Tracking Hawai‘i Paychecks Versus Living Costs Since 1969To see if people are better off than their grandparents, we compared wages after inflation, debt loads, where people spent their money and more. Improving Mental Health with an Innovative AppThe MindKloud developers explain how it measures anxiety and depression as well as mental health resilience. Hawai‘i’s Most Charitable Companies 2022These 78 companies and nonprofits gave more than $217.3 million and 78,692 volunteer hours. Why Hawai‘i’s Wildfires Are Growing Bigger and More IntenseThe unfolding disaster on Maui is a sign of things to come as invasive grasses spread across the landscape and extreme rain-drought cycles intensify their fuel loads. Here's the science behind Hawai‘i’s wildfires, and the experts who are fighting to stop them. A UH Incubator Aims to Take Ideas to MarketHITIDE helps faculty, staff and students commercialize their research and innovations. How about a $5,000 space satellite? Working Together for a Common GoalWith a regulatory process that can take years, the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands has partnered with other ali'i trusts, such as Kamehameha Schools to advance its mission. How the University of Hawai‘i Diversifies the Economy and Nurtures EntrepreneursPresident David Lassner describes the system’s statewide impact, its seven areas of innovation and its goals for the decade ahead.