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Two federal court rulings on health exchange subsidies won't affect business owners or residents in Hawaii, which has its own state-run exchange called the Hawaii Health Connector. A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., ruled Tuesday that the federal government cannot provide tax credits through its exchange, which operates in 36 states. The federal exchange was created under the federal Affordable Care Act. A few hours later, a federal appeals court based in Richmond,…
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A man who sued Matson Inc. claiming the Hawaii-based shipping company improperly billed the government for fuel surcharges, will receive $3.5 million of the $9.95 million that Matson has agreed to pay in settlement money, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Mario Rizzo of Illinois filed the false claims lawsuit in U.S. District Court in California in 2010 on behalf of himself and the U.S. government, claiming that Matson improperly billed for fuel charges via…
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The Eden in Love boutique and The Wedding Café are moving to a new location at Ward Warehouse in Honolulu, in the former home of Cottage by the Sea. At 1860 square feet, the new space, which will open on Friday, is about 400 square feet larger than the two shops' current location. In addition to offering more retail space, the new shop will have a large lounge area for family and friends to hang out in while customers shop. There is also an open communal store office on the first floor for business…
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Residential sales at the Hualalai Resort on Hawaii's Big Island have topped $100 million so far in 2014, and resort officials said this week that an investor and developer has purchased a 6.6-acre parcel of land, where he plans to build ultra-luxury homes with prices starting at $5 million. That’s in addition to the five pieces of land that the investor, Ron Johnson, already owns, and the four lots where developer Ecoasis has three homes now under construction, Pat Fitzgerald, CEO of Hualalai…
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With Hawaii well on its way of reaching its renewable energy goal, some in the industry still say it’s not enough, including the head of the Hawaii Natural Energy Institute. Richard Rocheleau, director of the institute and one of the speakers at the 6th Annual Hawaii Clean Energy Day event on Tuesday in Downtown Honolulu, said that the state has no clear vision when it comes to its push towards renewables. “People are finding solutions as we go, but it comes down to understanding the future…
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Castle Medical Center is adding more and more services and medical office space to the Windward side of Oahu. Travis Clegg, the center’s vice president of operations, said the hospital has been expanding its operations on the Windward side since purchasing the Kailua Professional Centers 1 and 2 on Aulike Street last year. While the office buildings are currently operating as physician offices, but Clegg says they plan on increasing the number of physicians in the building and adding more outpatient…
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U.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus, along with Navy and Marine Corps senior leaders, will be on hand to announce the launch of the Navy’s largest solar power generation system project in Hawaii on Thursday at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Honolulu. Earlier this month, Naval Facilities Engineering Command Pacific or NAVFAC, awarded a $334 million contract to Florida-based Pacific Energy Solutions LLC to do the work at three military installations in Hawaii. The 26-year task order under a previously-awarded…
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Longs Drugs has purchased property for $7.6 million from the Jehovah’s Witnesses for a new store and pharmacy in East Honolulu near the Aina Haina Shopping Center, the broker who represented the seller told PBN. Rhode Island-based CVS Caremark Corp. (NYSE: CVS), which owns the Longs Drugs chain in Hawaii, and KZ DevCo, the California-based company that serves as the drugstore chain's exclusive developer in the State of Hawaii, recently pulled building permits for the 1.4-acre property at 5156…
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A well-known intellectual property attorney from China will share tips on how to navigate through the Chinese intellectual property system at a Hawaii event scheduled for next month. Loke-Khoon Tan, partner and head of Baker & McKenzie’s Intellectual Property Practice Group in Hong Kong and China, will be speaking about this issue on Aug. 1 at the Sullivan Conference Center at the University of Hawaii Cancer Center. The event is being put on by the Hawaii Business and Entrepreneur Acceleration…
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Blue Startups, a Hawaii-based technology accelerator with a focus on the Asia-Pacific Region founded by entrepreneur Henk Rogers, is accepting applications for a fourth cohort of startups. Blue Startups, which provides investment capital and mentorship to startup companies in Hawaii, accepts up to 10 companies for each cohort, in the areas of Internet, software, mobile, gaming and e-commerce technology. Each participant receives up to $70,000 in investment capital and access to more than $500,000…




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