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This was the scene on Oct. 14, 2000, when Bank of the Orient took over Bank of Honolulu's Kapi'olani branch. Three months later, the branch is being closed. See story.

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Hawai'i businesses monitoring California power crisis
Experts said yesterday it is too early to tell if California's power crisis will affect Hawai'i's economy. But if the shortage causes the California economy to founder, Hawai'i and other states could also stumble.

Bank of the Orient to close Kapi'olani branch
Bank of the Orient will close its Kapi'olani branch on March 14, the second branch the bank has closed in Hawai'i since acquiring Bank of Honolulu and its four branches late last year.

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Haseko Homes tries again to sell Pu'uhonua Estates property
Haseko Homes Inc. is renewing efforts to sell an undeveloped 125-acre residential subdivision on the Big Island, as part of an ongoing plan to focus operations in Central O'ahu.
Japan bankruptcies in 2000 left record $204 billion debt
Japanese corporate bankruptcies rose 23.4 percent in 2000 from the previous year and left behind a record level of debt, a private credit research agency said yesterday.
Isle companies offer job advice
"Job Quest," a job fair sponsored, in part, by O'ahu WorkLinks, is being held today at the Dole Ballroom from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Boeing considering new near-supersonic jetliner
Boeing Co., which developed the fastest jetliner, is mulling a new commercial airplane that could fly nearly the speed of sound.
SEC rules explain mutual fund taxes
Mutual fund investors will get more information about the tax bite on their portfolios and after-tax returns under rules adopted yesterday by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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