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By JAMMAL SMITH
Guardian Business Reporter
Despite U.S. President Barack Obama naming The Bahamas as a major drug transit or drug producing country, local business experts say that the label won't dissuade foreign investors.
Managing Partner of HLB Galanis Philip Galanis and former Chamber of Commerce President and Superwash chief Dionisio D'Aguilar spoke with Guardian Busines...
The last school bell has tolled and thousands of high school graduates who won't be seeking higher education are hitting the streets in search of employment. For many, this transition from the classroom to the workplace will be quite a challenge -- not only because of the present economic climate, but because many graduates are not prepared for the real world that is work. Many of the new gradua...
A man who was recently acquitted of a double murder was gunned down early yesterday morning in what police suspect is a revenge killing. Richard McKinney, 30, of Woods Alley, was tried for the February 5, 2010 shooting deaths of Lashon Davis and Omar Smith on Rupert Dean Lane.
Statement by Immigration Minister the Hon. Fred Mitchell in response to Dionisio D'Aguilar's appearance on the Jeffrey Lloyd's radio show
I am advised that certain allegations about me personally and my performance as a Minister were made by the owner of Superwash and a former Board member of the failed Baha Mar project Dionisio D'Aguilar.
AML Foods Ltd. Chairman Dionisio D'Aguilar has confirmed that the company is "pretty seriously" exploring putting a grocery store on Yamacraw Road.
A former Chamber of Commerce president believes modest year-over-year sales increases across his group for the first four months of 2011 indicate the economy has "bottomed out", as he again urged the Government to "put its boot to the neck of the contractor" spearheading the New Providence Road Improvement Project.
While group sales at his Superwash laundromat business were up by 1-2 per cent y...
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.
Celebrating Woman International (CWI) a subsidiary of TKHGFI nonprofit organization, announced plans today to award Ms. Claudette Allens with the “Woman of Distinction Award” 2015...
A prominent businessman yesterday said that the government must remain content with "anemic growth" if it persists with overly "xenophobic" immigration policies for skilled labor.