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Abaco Markets Chairman and Vice-Chairman set to retire - nominating a new generation of leaders to move company ahead
NASSAU, Bahamas -- Abaco Markets Limited Chairman R. Craig Symonette and Vice-Chairman Frank Crothers are set to retire from their respective positions after 20 years – recently indicating that they will not offer themselves for those positions at the Company’s next Annual General Meeting.
SUPERWASH Limited, the company owned by Free National Movement candidate for Free Town Dionisio D'Aguilar, submitted three false declarations to the Bahamas Customs Department in 2014 which would have cost the government more than $35,000 in unpaid duty, according to documents obtained by The Tribune...
Former Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette came roaring back to top the list of wealthiest candidates seeking election to the House of Assembly, with a massive fortune of $156 million, according to his financial declaration filed on Nomination Day.
To put in perspective the vastness of Symonette's wealth, his declaration, as of the end of 2016, amounts to more than those of the next nine people ...
Following an altercation at Government High School last week that resulted in one student being stabbed and two others injured, Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for Montagu Dionisio D'Aguilar yesterday suggested public schools be removed from government responsibility and placed under private control.
"I think our private schools are very well run and they achieve commendable results," said ...
The co-author of a World Bank report measuring the ease of business said The Bahamas is "falling behind" other countries in implementing meaningful reforms, with its recent drop in the rankings indicative of inaction.
Jean Michel-Lobet, a key figure behind "Doing Business 2013", told Guardian Business that the country is not falling because the government is taking negative actions. Instead, The ...
BUSINESSMAN Dionisio D'Aguilar asserted that Bahamas Power and Light Company Ltd. will continue to fail in providing consumers with reliable service so long as its money is "pissed" away, while insisting the company should make a concerted effort to shift all customers to prepaid metering with a view to improving BPL's cash generation.
Bank of The Bahamas (BOB) Chairman Richard Demeritte yesterday sought to walk back the impression that during the troubled bank's recent annual general meeting (AGM) on the weekend he confirmed that politically influenced loans had been made by the bank in the past.
Despite suggestions from Baha Mar that the government has taken sides in an ongoing dispute with its general contractor, Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday the Christie administration has negotiated in good faith and threatened to reveal his files to prove his assertion.
The owner of Wing Zone is appealing to the government to include businesses shut down from the road works in its relief plans. Michael Turnquest, who closed the franchise last July, said the $15 million relief plan outlined by the government does nothing for those most impacted.