A Grand Bahama-based law firm yesterday announced it has been named as one of the top 50 global firms by LegalComprehensive.com.“Nobody at our firm chose this profession to win awards or accolades. We’re all here to help people. However, when things
The government was yesterday said to have told private sector executives it has “not abandoned the policy of acceding” to full membership in the World Trade Organisation (WTO). Darron Pickstock, who heads the Chamber of Commerce’s trade and investme
Back-to-School retailers face being stuck with excess inventory, and lost sales opportunities, as a result of Nassau’s energy crisis, the Chamber of Commerce’s top executive warned yesterday.
The Bahamas Telecommunications Company’s (BTC) relationship with its two trade unions is “in a much more progressive place today” than it was a fortnight ago, its chief executive asserted yesterday. Garfield “Garry” Sinclair, speaking on the sidelin
Sky Bahamas’ principal yesterday said the airline’s staff “have to do what they have to do”, with its near-two month grounding pushing him towards legal action against industry regulator. Captain Randy Butler told Tribune Business he would seek to b
Cable Bahamas was “staring a very dark future in the face” until it stunned the capital markets by revealing its $332.5m US exit, a prominent businessman said yesterday.Sir Franklyn Wilson, who first made public his concerns about the BISX-listed com
THE Bahamas Telecommunications Company’s (BTC) chief executive yesterday said it has put a “compelling” voluntary separation offer on the table for staff wishing to exit the company. Garfield “Garry” Sinclair, its chief executive, speaking on the si
The Bahamian Brewery and Beverage Company has moved to an expanded three-acre warehouse and office complex in Nassau’s Airport Industrial Park to serve its continued growth. The brewer and distributor of Sands Beer, and brands such as Bush Crack, Hi
Cable Bahamas chief executive yesterday hailed the $332.5m sale of the company’s US interests as “the biggest single transaction” by any Bahamian publicly traded company. Franklyn Butler told Tribune Business that the “fantastic deal” involving Summ
Trade union leaders have insisted they will not be “made the scapegoats” if the government misses its 2019-2020 fiscal targets.
Trade union leaders want a minimum wage increase to between $250-$300 per week, and are pushing for the issue to be formally discussed by the National Tripartite Council.
BAHAMAS Power & Light’s (BPL) chairman has blamed the “genesis” of the utility’s present predicament on the first Christie administration’s decision to cut its base tariff rate.
Agriculture, light manufacturing and entrepreneurship, both in the Family Islands and New Providence, are some of the key industries that will be impacted if The Bahamas completes the process of becoming a full World Trade Organisation (WTO) member.
A Bahamian law firm says it has been nominated as a finalist for excellence in the 2019 Lloyd’s List Americas Awards.They are part of the Lloyd’s List Excellence in Shipping Awards, the industry’s flagship awards programme that recognises and rewards
Bahamas Power & Light (BPL) has been forced to "salvage parts" for its aged generation fleet, its chief executive has revealed, adding that preventative maintenance has been almost impossible to perform.