Kerzner international has to really pump up the volume at the Atlantis Resort or it may result in the layoffs of some of the 7,000 employees on Paradise Island.
It has been reported that lenders were hesitant to refinance Kerzner International’s $2.3 billion loan because they were not sure that the resort could remain successful alongside the Baha Mar development.
A ruling by Chief Justice Michael Barnett could discourage the pursuing “marginal claims” in the Supreme Court rather than the Industrial Tribunal.
70 employees of the Hutchison Whampoa group in Grand Bahama were gven pink slips on Wednesday.
Butterfield Bank (Bahamas) Limited announced that Timothy J. Colclough has been appointed Vice President and Head of Trust and Fiduciary Services.
Head of the Caribbean Association of Sex Workers says sex workers throughout the region are willing to pay taxes if respective Governments would start recognising what they do as a job.
A survey by the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and the Employers Confederation reveals that the stealing of company assets and inventory is the most common crime against businesses in The Bahamas.
When lazy reporters write stories or report on TV in a manner which just accepts the whining of lazy employees, they do our country no good and perpetuate slackness and a poor work ethic.
Palm Cay Development Company has appointed Richard Browning as the new chief executive officer of Palm Cay, the unique water-front residential development and Marina on the Eastern Road.