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Jim Jacobson of TheoDavies Porsche in Honolulu points out a Porsche 911 turbo model. Garry Brechin, general manager of TheoDavies said he usually averages about five orders per year for turbos, but already has orders for 12.

Cory Lum • The Honolulu Advertiser

Porsche getting a boost from weak euro
Few European companies may be better positioned to take advantage of the weak euro than Porsche, the famous sports-car maker.
Diverse strategy gives Porsche product development edge

Vendors gear up for mobile bug invasion
Computer viruses aren't just for personal computers anymore. Now, mobile devices such as hand-held computers and cell phones are at risk.

Coming Events

Businesses cuts costs to avoid layoffs
The job market is still tight with the unemployment rate near its 30-year low. Many companies are trying to hold on to their employees in hopes that the economy will improve by midyear.
Start-up firms now begging for money
Today the climate for investing in fast-growing companies is more conservative. There is a return to old-fashioned business concepts such as revenue and profitability.
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