On Friday past, Old Dominion edged past Eastern Michigan 24-20 to capture the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium. The game was exciting by all accounts. It fit the brand established for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) sanctioned college football
This year’s Popeyes Bahamas Bowl was anticipated to be the grandest edition of the postseason bowl game ever for several reasons, one of them being the increased attention the game received, due to the fact that it was marketed aggressively both locally and abroad. The
Aquinas College alumni encouraged to reconnect with institution
A group of nine employees from EY’s New Providence office recently visited Andros to donate Christmas gifts to students and supplies to Lowe Sound Primary School which was among the many facilities that suffered damage from Hurricane Matthew which hit The Bahamas in October. The
Sandals Foundation, Sandals Royal Bahamian deliver gifts to students
The late Dr. Wayne Dyer who used to present such inspiring lectures on PBS was continually referring to “Source,” meaning of course the Creator of the universe. So perhaps now you fully understand the exact meaning of the title of today’s article “Source” is the
Source: Chow Tai Fook Enterprises to spend additional $1 billion to restart and complete project
The Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA) revealed in its 2017 annual draft plan that it intends to commence an efficiency assessment on Bahamas Power and Light's (BPL) systems in order to determine what may be behind the cause of the power company’s “inefficiencies”.
Governor of The Central Bank of The Bahamas John Rolle told Guardian Business that the bank is actively monitoring and assessing an "evolving" situation concerning the possible deterioration of relationships between correspondent banks abroad and banks in this jurisdiction, after the International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Non-performing loans increased by $11.7 million in November, according to The Central Bank of The Bahamas’ (CBOB) Monthly Economic and Financial Developments (MEFD) November 2016 report that was published recently.
However, banks’ credit quality indicators "continued to improve", as private sector arrears contracted by $18.5 million