Wednesday, January 3, 2001
home page local news opinion business island life sports
AP MoneyWire
Island Bank Rates
Small Business
Investment Glossary
AP Technology News
AP Stock Quotes
Search by ticker symbol, abbreviation from The Advertiser or company name

Classified Ads
Restaurant Guide
Business Directory

Fueled by increases in tourism, jobs and personal income, the state economy broke out of its doldrums last year and grew by 2.8 percent.

Advertiser library photo

State's economists optimistic
After a year of encouraging growth, Hawaii’s economy should continue to grow in 2001 at nearly the same pace, the state’s economic research office said yesterday.

2001: A tech odyssey

Does technology make our lives better, or worse? Which answer you get depends partly on whom you ask and how the question is framed.

Coming Events

Markets begin new year with a hangover
The faltering Nasdaq plunged 178.66 points yesterday, or 7.2 percent, to 2291.86, its lowest close since March 4, 1999. It was the tech-heavy index’s seventh-biggest percentage loss since its 1971 inception.
State's small-business climate rated 'poor'
Many small-business owners aren’t convinced Hawai'i's economy is bouncing back to health. A survey of local entrepreneurs released yesterday shows 53 percent would not start operations in Hawai'i if they had a chance to do things all over again.
Seminar's focus is Asia-Pacific
Corporate leaders involved in business in the Asia-Pacific region can seek insights on important issues at an executive forum Jan. 16-19 at the East-West Center in Manoa.
Audi may roll out a leaner, less-powerful Lamborghini
A smaller, more "affordable" Lamborghini? Don’t laugh. That’s what Volkswagen/Audi officials are contemplating, just a few years after VW purchased the Lamborghini brand and assigned it to the Audi division.
Page Posted On: Wednesday, January 3, 2001
Home | Local News | Opinion | Business | Island Life | Sports
USA Today Stocks | Island Stocks | Island Mutuals | Island Bank Rates
Small Business Resources | Investment Glossary
How to Subscribe | How to Advertise | Site Map | Terms of Service | Corrections

© COPYRIGHT 2000 The Honolulu Advertiser, a division of Gannett Co. Inc.