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When Shirokiya closes this Pearlridge Center store on March 18, its remaining Hawai'i stores will be at Ala Moana Center and Ka'ahumanu Center on Maui.

Richard Ambo • The Honolulu Advertiser

Shirokiya to close Pearlridge store
Japanese specialty retailer Shirokiya will close its Pearlridge Center store next month, ending a 20-year presence for the popular Hawai'i institution at the Pearl City shopping center.

Developer blames bank for bankruptcy filing
Developer Peter Savio, who filed for personal bankruptcy protection Friday, said yesterday that he did so to block a "rogue lender" from evicting his profitable company from its offices.

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Phillips-Tosco merger under scrutiny
Phillips Petroleum’s $7 billion purchase of oil refiner and marketer Tosco could raise competitive concerns because of their business relationship in the Pacific Northwest.
Web site tracks lost savings bonds
The Treasury Department announced a new link on its savings bond Web site to help people find missing bonds and interest payments and learn whether their bonds have matured.
Moloka'i Ranch chief to leave
James Mozley, who oversaw Molokai Ranch's transformation into an ecotourism attraction, is leaving to take a real estate development job in South Carolina.
Nasdaq goof makes momentary millionaires
A stock-reporting glitch that falsely reported wildly inflated prices for some stocks is causing some investors to wonder if the switch to decimal pricing is rife with trouble.
Code lets users listen in on e-mail messages
A privacy group yesterday demonstrated a new way of snooping called e-mail wiretaps, in which the sender of an e-mail can eavesdrop on the e-mail transmissions of the receiver.
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