March 28, 2018
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Island Luck’s principal last night hailed the Gaming Board’s enhanced regulatory powers as “great for the industry as a whole”, although he described the patron winnings tax as “a wild card”.Sebas Bastian told Tribune Business that the web shop indus
Investors buying into the mutual funds launched yesterday by Sebas Bastian’s investment house will not be able to take legal action relating to any “conflicts of interest” it may have.
THE Island Luck Cares Foundation yesterday launched its third annual “Check It, to Catch It” breast cancer screening initiative, with officials expanding the programme to Grand Bahama.“Check It, to Catch It”, according to Island Luck CEO Sebas Bastia
Web shops last night warned the five percent patron tax is effectively forcing them to break the law as they launched their long-promised lawsuit against the Government’s tax hikes.Sebas Bastian, Island Luck’s principal, told Tribune Business that th
Sebas Bastian yesterday cited Town Planning’s rapid six-day “U-turn” on his $50m office complex as “proof of my suspicions” that he was being treated unfairly.
ISLAND Luck CEO Sebas Bastian yesterday said criticisms aimed at web shops, particularly complaints of over saturation, were not backed by empirical data.
ASPIRING entrepreneurs were yesterday challenged to present creative indigenous projects with the potential to bring technological advancements to the country for the fourth edition of the OWN Bahamas entrepreneurship initiative. The number of succe