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The impact of a growing army of tourists has government leaders and residents questioning how to better manage Hawaii’s largest industry.
A newly updated website produced by the University of Hawaii Community Colleges helps students figure out what type of work provides the best long-term employment prospects.
Costs of employee contributions to health plans are among the nation’s lowest, according to a new report.
There’s a big discrepancy between city and federal estimates of vacancy rates.
Merchants say they leased new space in Ward Village expecting to benefit from the proximity of hordes of condo-dwellers. Now they wonder where they are.
To replace a coal plant set to close in 2022, HECO is seeking private developers to build a new wave of renewable energy generation and storage facilities around the islands.
On Oahu, spending dipped in April despite 494,192 visitors.
The state’s Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism believes a new building in Kakaako will be a hub for innovation.
UH and Chaminade are stepping up efforts to train much-in-demand data analysts for well-paying jobs in Hawaii.