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This penthouse in the Lagoon Tower is among the timeshare units being sold by Hilton Grand Vacations on the Waikiki property. The 264 units in the building are the first sold on the timeshare plan in the Islands by Hilton. See story

Deborah Booker • The Honolulu Advertiser

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Banking firm's profits up 23.2%
CB Bancshares Inc., the parent company of City Bank, said its fourth-quarter profit from operations rose 23.2 percent for the quarter, reflecting more fee income and fewer expenses.

Hilton unveils first timeshare
Hilton Grand Vacations Co. officially unveiled its first timeshare property in Hawaii yesterday — the renovated Lagoon Tower of Waikiki's Hilton Hawaiian Village.

Japan travel boom predicted
Japan’s largest tour operator is projecting a record number of overseas travelers in 2001, and executives say Hawaii should see some of them as they take advantage of a government-sponsored program of long weekends.

Business would let customers make wine
A businesswoman plans to open the state's first wine manufacturing company that will allow people to purchase kits and bottle their own wine.

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Isles fared worst in ratings on job base
It will be no surprise to Hawaii residents, but a new Internet report based on employment figures shows the state fared worst of all 50 states during the Clinton administration.
Belgrade beats New York for high cost of living in world survey
Belgrade is 22 percent more expensive to live in than New York and the third-most expensive city in the world behind Tokyo and Osaka, according to a survey by the Economist Intelligence Unit published yesterday.
Dietrich opens Kapolei facility
Dietrich Metal Framing has begun operations to manufacture residential and commercial framing components in Kapolei. The company said it has acquired the operating assets of Studco of Hawaii, a division of Kirri.
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