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Sebas Bastian, of Island Luck. Photo: Shawn Hanna/Tribune Staff

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BUSINESS BITES: Time to pull the plug on Bahamasair

Efficient reception of international air travellers is clearly key to our tourism and is well performed by our Lynden Pindling International Airport, a government-owned public utility not committed to the profits of an investor-owned enterprise.

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Sebas extends his Titans following $750,000 raise

Sebas Bastian’s securities house has extended the offering period for its Titan funds by over two weeks after the flagship vehicle so far attracted 400 investors and $750,000 in subscriptions. Hillary Deveaux, Investar Securities chairman, yesterday

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BUSINESS BITES: Sebas happy playing to contented customers

When I visited the East Bay Street head office of Investar Securities at 10am on Monday June 3, a dozen citizens were already there waiting to subscribe to either of the two Titan Mutual Funds being launched.


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