A Bahamian-based technology services company called Unify Earth Systems has upgraded the “nascent” technology called blockchain and invented Blockchain 3.0.
A press release from the company reveals that its developers spent the last year in deep study and analysis of blockchain and found that the technology was
Integrated Project Services (IPS) is expecting to grow its workforce to 200 through its expansion of PharmaChem Technologies G.B. Ltd. on Grand Bahama.
The company said in a press release that the expansion project has caused the company to have to bring on more workers.
You know the story. The wealthy family lives in the fabulous mansion on the top of the hill, with all the bells and whistles. The poor family lives in a three-room cottage in the valley with barely enough to survive. But the house on the
On Thursday, September 27, Sunryse Information Management will host its 11th annual Shred Day event at the Western Esplanade near Arawak Cay. Each year, the company invites members of the public to shred up to 100 pounds of confidential documents free of charge. In exchange,
Parts of New Providence were without power for more than 12 hours beginning on Saturday night, the result of a fire in a distribution center at Bahamas Power and Light’s (BPL) Blue Hills power plant.
This was the fourth fire to impact BPL in eight days.
A resolution is expected to be tabled in Parliament on Wednesday as the government seeks approval to borrow $35 million to complete the purchase of the Grand Lucayan resort in Freeport.
The resolution seeks to do two things: authorize the government to borrow the funds from Hutchison Lucaya
Cabinet will today examine bills intended to fulfill the Minnis administration’s election promise of a fixed election date and a term limit for prime minister, Attorney General Carl Bethel confirmed yesterday, but he was noncommittal on when the government expects to call a referendum to
A man and a woman were killed in a traffic accident on Marathon Road in the vicinity of Samana Drive, shortly after 1 a.m. yesterday, police said.
According to police, a woman driving a 2010 Toyota lost control of the vehicle and struck the two pedestrians.
Police said the
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Deputy Leader Chester Cooper said yesterday he anticipates the party will put forth more “younger and new” candidates for the next general election.
As the party prepares for the 2022 election, Cooper said the list of candidates will reflect the country’s demographics.
An employee of Checkers Cafe on Robinson Road was held at gunpoint on Saturday afternoon as a man robbed the popular franchise of cash, police said.
According to reports, the gunman walked into the restaurant around 5 p.m.
However, as the suspect exited the restaurant and attempted to escape in