Old Lahaina Lu‘au’s high performance goes beyond the stage to embrace community.
No need to dig a hole to China—Malik Cotter brings the healing arts of the Far East to Makawao Town.
Technology meets tomatoes at Sensei Farms Lānaʻi.
A West Maui restaurant group spills the beans on what it takes to succeed.
Maui's farmers face a host of challenges. Here's what some are doing to survive—and why we all need to help.
For twenty five years, a small West Maui hotel has built its unorthodox business model on Hawaiian values.
For swimwear designer and professional windsurfer Lisa Letarte Cabrinha, green has always been center stage.
Safety is the new luxury at Maui resorts.
Kaheawa Wind Powerbrings alternative energy to Maui.
Meet a family of metal artists who craft beauty out of the ordinary.
Philanthropy is at the center of each piece of Maui Ku‘ia Estate Chocolate.
The companies spotlighted here have defied the odds over the past two decades while others shut down. How have these businesses managed to survive?
In a shifting landscape, Goodfellow Bros. shows what it takes to stay in it for the long haul.
A hundred years after its founding, this Maui ranch's lineage runs deep.
A four-year college could be an economic engine for Maui. Can MCC make the grade?
Sustainability Stewards Meet some of the businesses and community members who are making our island – and the world – a better place. By Serene Gunnison and...
The Maui Food Innovation Center gives homegrown entrepreneurs the ingredients they need to build their businesses.
A local stock exchange could strengthen island businesses and give the community a greater voice.
Maui Gold harvests premium pineapple year-round, averaging 12,000 cases per week. That’s 3.7 million pineapples a year.
The annual 5k Visitor Industry Charity Walk is raising much needed funds for local Maui nonprofit organizations, one step at a time.
This Maui mom turned a throwaway commodity into a flat-out brilliant business model.
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.
Four of our favorite local businesses that have stood the test of time.
The Maui Academy of Performing Arts could make a revolutionary difference to Maui's economic scene.
Manuel Nobriga began making ice cream from scratch in 1932. Now Roselani is an island favorite dessert only available in Hawaii.
How a really bad cup of coffee resulted in support for our community.
Hawai‘i's subtropical latitude and abundant sunshine make solar power an obvious energy choice, but factors like proximity to the ocean create specific challenges. That’s why it's important to hire seasoned professionals.