Tuesday, Jul 14, 2020

Confusion arose over the holiday weekend and spilled into Monday after police instructed several liquor stores to close or ordered them to sell curbside only, though the most recent emergency orders allow them and other retailers to operate under the government’s set coronavirus (COVID-19) protocols. Owner of Base Road Bar George

Cable Bahamas Group reduces staff by 11.5%

The Cable Bahamas Group has reduced its employee compliment by 11.5 percent, making most of those laid off in April redundant and adding several more

Galleria Cinemas won’t reopen until October at the latest; considering reduced ticket prices

It won’t likely be until October that Galleria Cinemas will resume operations, its President Chris Mortimer said yesterday, adding that the theater won’t open its

Central Bank highlights lessons learned from COVID-19, Dorian

Following the devastation of Hurricane Dorian last year and now the COVID-19 pandemic, The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBOB) yesterday noted that it and the Bahamian

Three practical ways to support your teams through tough times

In this unprecedented and uncertain time, many leaders and managers

Women who make it real: a course in success and achievement

On Sunday, March 8 people celebrated International Women’s Day around

More staff cuts coming at Cable Bahamas, Aliv

Cable Bahamas and Aliv plan to make adjustments to staffing levels in the near future, Guardian Business understands. Staff were apprised of the move in

Trading of Bahamas govt registered stock on BISX launched

Following decades of attempts to add Bahamas government registered stock (BGRS) to the Bahamas International Securities Exchange (BISX), the first day of trading closed last

Ministry of Tourism, cruise sector preparing tour operators as they reopen

The Ministry of Tourism and Aviation (MOTA) and the cruise sector are set to prepare tour operators – who are allowed to reopen their businesses

DPM: Public debt management bill ready for consultation by Q2

The government is hoping to pass legislation before the end of the year that would finally establish a public debt management office to govern the

BPL records 16% decline in customer payments

During the four-month government implemented emergency orders due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) experienced a 16 percent reduction in payments from

Auditor general concerned inmates’ accounts could be used for illegal activity

The Office of the Auditor General found in its review of the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services (BDCS) that the institution is susceptible to money

Three steps to take back your power if you are professionally scarred 

So many professionals have had awful experiences with senior management

Likeable vs. popular in the workplace

Likeability in the workplace is a characteristic I promote. Often

Do your teens come across as confident and educated?

The practice of good speech habits can improve your personal

The leadership people need in a crisis

“Nothing so undermines organizational change as the failure to think

Five behaviors that make you a difficult person

We have all thought to ourselves and even discussed with

Five steps to a new downtown

This is the final article in a series on the

Three myths about downtown development

Myth #2: Downtown is only a commercial zone Every downtown started

Three myths about downtown development

Once again, downtown development is in the news. For over

Yes, we have value!

Social media has been lit up lately and the general

Bahamian Black lives matter too!

Many Bahamians stood alongside our American neighbors in solidarity with

To drill or not to drill?

Tourism is the breadbasket of our economy, until we find