Court records detail an ongoing struggle between Shirokiya and its landlord, Ala Moana Center.
As the Hawaii Tourism Authority shifts from marketing to tourism management, the counties are taking matters into their own hands with new hotel bans and airport shuttle systems.
We need a Hawaii with fewer service jobs where people can be part of a digital economy, and where our homes become our new offices.
Instead of regrowing the economy, Hawaii should focus on restoring quality of life.
The governor’s latest financial plan calls for $285 million in cuts to public employee costs over 2 years.
The state’s population has been declining for three years. Experts worry that the economy will suffer as more people move away due to changes caused by the coronavirus.
But there is hope the federal program can be a useful tool in attracting new business development during Hawaii’s economic recovery.
The state’s huge backlog of jobless claims has left many waiting weeks for benefits. For some, the loss of work has derailed dreams for starting over.
Hawaii’s long-term economic plan is a blank slate by design to be filled in by an ensemble cast, says Alan Oshima, Hawaii’s economic recovery chief.