City Market has finally released its annual unaudited figures for 2010, showing the food company ended the year some $7.4 million in the red despite generating sales of just under $100 million.
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Google’s decision to fix what wasn’t broken is a bold bet on the future of search and the way people use the Internet.
A love for the arts and design led former investment analyst Monique Péan to start her own jewelry company. Now Michelle Obama wears her pieces.
With the global recession taking its toll and delinquent loans on the rise, including those held by corporate and commercial clients, Canadian banks are having issues with the Caribbean.
Emerging cybercrimes are threatening the security confidence of the electronic banking system especially, with online banking still in its growing stages in the Bahamas.
In recognition of International Literacy Day on September 8, Doctors Hospital donated to Project Read Bahamas, a nonprofit organization that teaches adults to read and has been expanded to assist teenagers who are at risk of dropping out of school due to poor reading skills.
Caribbean Bottling Company (Bahamas) Ltd., local bottler of Coca-Cola in The Bahamas has launched Happy Pics, a contest designed to spread happiness.
The Rotary Club of East Nassau recently presented $10,000 to Project Read Bahamas to assist Bahamians with living a normal life by learning how to read. The donation was part of the Rotary Club’s celebration for International Literacy Day, September 8.
The signs at the Bahamas National Trust’s Bonefish Pond National Park were used as target practice by vandals whose shooting spree left the Trust looking at thousands of dollars in damage.