Twenty-nine-year-old Keva Hunter's new year's resolution is to land a job. A high-paying job would be great, but she said right now anything would do.
For most of 2010 Hunter was jobless and was dependent on her friends, family and the little that she managed
While several foreign investments have been marked to lead economic activity in 2011, President of Montagu Group Limited Owen Bethel is making the case for local investment to have just as much, if not more, influence on the development of the country.
"I think everyone
Shortly after 12 p.m. on October 5, 2010, an aircraft fell out of the sky and crashed into Lake Killarney.
The nine men travelling on the nine-seat Cessna were killed. The plane crashed minutes after it took off from Lynden Pindling International Airport. The flight
Baha Mar is looking to finalize its financing agreement with the Chinese Export-Import Bank during the second week of January--with all the approval struggles of 2010 now behind the$2.6 billion project.
"Themoney will hopefully be in hand during the latter part of January 2011,"Baha Mar's
The first thing most people do after bringing in the New Year is to begin making those pesky promises to themselves about what they plan to accomplish.
Avid resolution maker Monique Braynen-Hanna is one of the many people who faithfully makes new promises to herself
2010 turned out to be a productive year with notable activities for the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce(BCC), despite reduced membership due to the year's economic malaise.
The Chamber's year began with the launch of the Chamber Institute in January, and this December saw the finalization
An entrepreneur's ultimate goal is to find a successful model that couples longevity with profitability, and Monique Cargill accomplished that with her one of her best business ideas, Brandon's Deli.
The deli-style eatery was created in 2001 and it was named after her son, who
After years of tumultuous negotiations with successive administrations and struggling with financing, Baha Mar Development Company officials confirmed late this year that the ambitious project to redevelop the Cable Beach strip will finally begin construction in early January.
But the road to get to that
nBaha Mar secures Chinese partner
nCity Market sale
nCable and Wireless, govt sign MOU in regards to C&W's acquisition of a 51%stake in BTC
nCommonwealth Brewery and Burns House Group sale to Heineken
nArawak Cay Port development
nIncreased taxes in 2010/2011 Budget
nCable Bahamas/Indigo merger
nBPC oil exploration license suspended
Net income for the Bank of The Bahamas(BOB)plummeted nearly 70 percent year-on-year for the quarter ended September 30, 2010, due largely to a change in accounting standards for general credit reserves.
The change resulted in a credit loss expense increase of$2.71 million, up from a