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Dolphins delight an audience at Sea Life Park, which has been in foreclosure.

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Waimea, Sea Life park for sale again
Four years after they first went into foreclosure, Waimea Valley Adventure Park and Sea Life Park are again being put up for sale.

$24 million project on Maui goes on market
Hawai'i developer Stanford S. Carr, who bought Maui-based Hawaii Land & Farming Co. 15 months ago, has hired a global real estate marketer to sell the company's main asset, the 470-acre residential and commercial project in Wailuku known as Kehalani.

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Napster hears its swan song
A federal appeals court in San Francisco dealt a shuddering blow to Napster Inc. yesterday, ruling that the fabulously popular Internet service must stop allowing users to swap copyrighted music.
Workers walk out on Maui resort
Workers at the Royal Lahaina Resort on Maui walked off the job yesterday as contract negotiations continued between hotel management and ILWU Local 142.
Island computers mostly duck virus
A computer virus pretending to be an electronic photo of teenage tennis star Anna Kournikova overwhelmed e-mail servers throughout Europe and North America yesterday.
Barnwell's profits increase
Profits rose for Honolulu-based oil exploration company Barnwell Industries Inc. in the last three months of 2000, as higher gas prices caused revenues to jump.
Taiwan high-technology leader delivering two talks on Big Isle
Taiwanese high-technology industry leader Matthew Miau will make two public appearances on the Big Island this week.
Broken undersea Internet cable sought
A Japanese ship is searching for the malfunctioning undersea cable that carries about 20 percent of Internet traffic between Asia and the U.S.
Greenspan may have encouraging words on economy
Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, who recently warned that economic growth was "very close to zero," is likely to signal this week that more interest rate cuts are on the way.
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