2009 was an intense legislative season including extra sessions to address the economy and state budget. What happened to the technology initiatives? Come join Senator Carol Fukunaga for an informative discussion concerning our state’s technology economic development and learn what impact this has on you and your business:What’s in, what’s out with technology policy issues at the 2009 Legislative sessionAct 221Dual-use opportunitiesAttempts to tax online businesses.Hawaii State Senator Carol…See More
"While I dont agree with this letter to the editor of the April Hawaii Business Magazine it does take a dfferent look at Hoku...
Another side of Shindo
To the casual observer, the news in the press and Hoku Scientific’s public releases give the…"
"Dan...point well taken. Just my frustration showing through with the one sided articles I have read lately.
One other thought on the SPIF program. A professional VC friend of mine in Honolulu told me that in the 2003 ( maybe it was the 2002 or 2004…"
"Dan... Leighton is right on. The best model for doing this is the original Grove Street Partners (www.grovestreetpartners.com) that was created by the State of California Employee Retirement System ( CALPERS) to invest in emerging and new…"
"It is time for me to drop out of this thread. I know it is a waste of time to try and have a rational discussion about Act 221. I am a part timer in Hawaii and live along Route 128 outside Boston. As a mainlander professional VC I have looked at a…"
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The FAQ is a good place to learn about the site. You may want to join some of the interest groups such as Renewable Energy and Tech Investors.
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"Ken...not to belabor the point but Enron, MCI/Worldcom, Bernie Madoff, etc all started as small steps crossing the ethics line and in some of those cases were sort of legal. At MCI , CFO Scott Sullivan ( 37 years old at the time) had 1 customer put…"