But not as glad as most Bahamians are.
The Bahamas: Business
On Wednesday, July 22, U.S. Chargé d’Affaires a.i. Lisa Johnson hosted a roundtable discussion at Liberty Overlook with Bahamian women in law enforcement and the justice sector.
The Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) wrapped up the inaugural exam for its recently launched Maintenance Promotion Assessment Program (MPAP) with five technicians achieving success thus gaining greater upward mobility.
Baha Mar, fraught with controversy from day one, is bordering on becoming known as a failed experiment.
The Humane Society of Grand Bahama is debuting a new retail space now open to the public.
The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) will host its ninth annual BTC Blood Drive on Saturday June 13th at the Mall at Marathon.
Harborside Resort at Atlantis employees have the opportunity to enhance their careers or explore side trades, after meeting with a cadre of faculty and staff at a Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI) career fair organized exclusively for them.
The Bahamas, represented by the Bahamas Financial Services Board and the Insurance Commission of The Bahamas, is participating and exhibiting in the RIMS 2015 Annual Conference and Exhibition taking place April 26-29 in New Orleans.
“I did not develop ideas for innovation because I had choices. I developed them because I had no choice,” said President of Bahamas Striping, Atario Mitchell, in his speech to the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce Conclave.