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DFS executives Bob Coe and Sharon Weiner spend a moment in the Tube, a two-story aquarium that contains a stairway to the second floor of the new DFS Galleria Waikiki Walk. See story.

Deborah Booker • The Honolulu Advertiser

Haneda Airport opened to flights to Hawai'i
Japan has opened Tokyo's domestic Haneda airport for service to select overseas resorts, a move experts say could ease the shortage of airline seats from Japan to Hawai'i.

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Galleria tries to recapture past
DFS Galleria's Waikiki Walk takes people back to another time. Today, visitors and kama'aina can stroll back to Hawai'i circa 1928 at the new store at Kalakaua and Royal Hawaiian avenues.
Rate cut by Fed expected this week
Alan Greenspan's assessment that economic growth is probably "very close to zero" suggests the Federal Reserve will follow its Jan. 3 rate cut with another half-point reduction this week.
Decimal-point prices make debut on NYSE
The New York Stock Exchange began trading in decimals yesterday, ending a centuries-old tradition of trading in halves, quarters and other fractions of a dollar.
Cuts may not be enough to turn around Chrysler
DaimlerChrysler's announcement that it will slash 20 percent of its worldwide work force, close six plants and reduce production capacity by 15 percent is a key step in a sweeping restructuring.
Intel creates energy-saving chips for edge in manufacturing race
Advancing again in the race to manufacture chips for the mobile computer market, Intel Corp. has built two energy-saving versions of its Pentium III and Celeron microprocessors.
KFC says note isn't of the colonel's secret recipe
A handwritten note found in the basement of a home once owned by Kentucky Fried Chicken founder Colonel Harland Sanders does not contain his secret recipe, KFC said yesterday.
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