Kaheawa Wind Powerbrings alternative energy to Maui.
Maui’s new Food Innovation Center offers entrepreneurs recipes for success.
Maui Gold harvests premium pineapple year-round, averaging 12,000 cases per week. That’s 3.7 million pineapples a year.
Maui Cattle Company is betting its brand of premium beef can save ranching in the Islands.
The Maui Food Innovation Center gives homegrown entrepreneurs the ingredients they need to build their businesses.
Manuel Nobriga began making ice cream from scratch in 1932. Now Roselani is an island favorite dessert only available in Hawaii.
Requests Music in Wailuku, Maui sells CDs, cassette tapes, vinyl records and even eight-track tapes.
Ka Lima O Maui provides job training and employment opportunities to adults with physical and mental disabilities.
Ninety-two years after Takezo Komoda started the family business, the last of the Makawao mom-n-pop stores is still winning customers, still making dough.
With a host of national awards and a name everybody’s getting to know, this local brewpub has plenty to cheer about.
The Maui Academy of Performing Arts could make a revolutionary difference to Maui's economic scene.
A local stock exchange could strengthen island businesses and give the community a greater voice.
Maui offers bees a friendly environment, and their keepers the potential for sweet rewards.
Philanthropy is at the center of each piece of Maui Ku‘ia Estate Chocolate.
Hawaiʻi cultivates new farmers.
A Maui business is working to reap a healthy yield—for its bottom line and customers alike.
Heritage Crops: Part 4 in our yearlong look at the future of Maui agriculture.
Mary Ann Fitch, a top realtor on Maui discusses the current real estate market on Maui and how it is expanding with increased building and property land sales throughout all parts of the island.
Old Lahaina Lu‘au’s high performance goes beyond the stage to embrace community.
Ono Farms is the largest tropical organic fruit farm in the state.
The companies spotlighted here have defied the odds over the past two decades while others shut down. How have these businesses managed to survive?
When Maui Land & Pineapple Company stopped planting fruit last December, it looked like the end of an era—and an island way of life.
This Maui business has a zest for success.
At this ranch, story is really not about cows or even about ranching. It's about land management. Open space. Preservation of primeval forest. Running a good business. Having a damn good time with horses. Helping the people.
For twenty five years, a small West Maui hotel has built its unorthodox business model on Hawaiian values.
Family-owned sailing excursion business Trilogy is a model of environmental and cultural sensitivity.
This Maui mom turned a throwaway commodity into a flat-out brilliant business model.
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