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RANK PREVIOUS COMPANY
1 1 Monsanto Hawai`i
2 2 Alexander & Baldwin
3 3 Maui Land & Pineapple Co.
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5 4 Weinberg Foundation
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6 6 Wailuku Water Co.
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7 7 Goodfellow Brothers
8 9 Matson Navigation Co.
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WHAT AN HONOR
Dowling Co.’s Everett Dowling was awarded the T.S. Shin Award at this
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week’s Maui Chamber of Commerce meeting that featured Lt. Governor
Duke Aiona as head speaker. Proving that businessmen will never miss a Release the Deviant
chance to pat each other on the back, and that Dowling can get positive
press in The Maui News whenever he shows up somewhere, for anything.
The article this Saturday read like Dowling’s yearbook. Honored many
times in the past by the Chamber, Dowling has been their darling since
coming to Maui in 1986 and beginning one of the largest development
companies on island. Honored as “entrepreneur of the year,” “fundraising
professional of the year” and “all-around great guy” of the year–ok I made
that one up—not to mention donating $3 million to local organizations (a
pittance compared to what his developments rake in,) it’s no secret
Dowling will remain the golden boy in the Maui business community.
A CIVIL UNION
Young Brothers Ltd. Sneaks into the top 10 this week after striking a new
collective bargaining agreement with nearly 1/4 of its workforce taking the
company well into 2011. According to an article in this week’s Pacific
Business News, the Seattle-based company is the State’s largest inter-island
. Drew Honolulu
shipper of goods and sewing up a good chunk of their workforce for the
next few years will help them continue to reap the benefits of operation on
an island archipelago where so many depend on sea transport. MTW
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