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Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs announces new Macintosh computers yesterday during his keynote speech at the MacWorld Expo in San Francisco. Apple is trying to reinvigorate its product line with software that lets consumers easily edit video and music. See story.

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Aloha Airlines cuts flights, lays off 15 workers
Aloha Airlines cut flights and employees this week to cope with a sagging interisland market, laying off roughly a dozen people and furloughing others.

Liberty House not sure about keeping downtown store open
The future of Liberty House's downtown Honolulu store is in limbo as the Hawai'i retailer, fighting to emerge from bankruptcy, said yesterday it may reject its Fort Street lease.

Screen gems: Sanity-saving work station diversions

Screensavers actually used to fulfill the function that their name suggests, though nowadays they seem to save the sanity of the computer slave more than anything else.

To Our Readers
The Advertiser features a new daily mutual funds listing and expanded Nasdaq Stock Market listing. See these new features in the Business section of the morning newspaper.

Pacific Century brings in new talent
Pacific Century Financial Corp., under pressure to improve management and clean up asset quality problems that have hurt financial performance, yesterday named two banking veterans to key positions.
TWA cleared for bankruptcy filing
Trans World Airlines will announce today its plans to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and accept a buyout by AMR Corp.'s American Airlines.
Apple Computer unveils PowerBook G-4, more
Apple Computer yesterday tried to polish its image with a one-inch-thick G-4 laptop, plus new software that lets Macintosh users easily create music and videos.
Hawai'i business briefs
Queen's to end in-house project; Hawaiian ready to update image; Isle technology on public TV.
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