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The hearing in Liberty House's bankruptcy case scheduled to begin today has one ultimate goal: confirmation of a plan of reorganization — essentially a blueprint for how to restructure operations and assets to pay back creditors and keep the retailer solvent.

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Liberty House lawyers face-off
Dozens of lawyers in Liberty House's bankruptcy case are set to square off this morning in what could be the final chapter in the saga of the kama'aina retailer's nearly 3-year-old struggle.

Waikiki preparing for major cleanup
The Waikiki Business Improvement District Association began looking for contractors last week for the area's street cleaning and security efforts, as the new business district heads toward a March 1 planned launch.

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Isles vying to be host to gymnastics event
USA Gymnastics 2001 is expected to tell Honolulu tourism officials today or tomorrow whether it will bring its Pontiac American Team Cup to the Neil Blaisdell Center later this year.
60 Seconds on Business
Complaints reveal what needs fixing

At the core of complaint frustration lie opportunities for companies to build customer loyalty and profitability at the same time.
Charging right price may increase profits
Backed by a strong economy, 13 percent of small businesses reported raising prices in the first half of 2000, according to the National Federation of Independent Business, more than doubling the 1999 figure of 5 percent.
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