| Court throws out D&G Pensioners' Assoc claim
On Friday, the Supreme Court threw out a claim by members of the Desnoes and Geddes Pensioners' Association that the pension plan should be wound up and the $1.1 billion surplus in the fund be distributed to them.
Uncertain future for Courts Ja
Almost two years after its parent company was placed into receivership, the fate of local furniture chain, Courts Jamaica, is still unsure.
Rapid institutional change key ingredient of Ireland's success
A high-level Jamaican Government team, including Finance Minister Omar Davies, Cabinet Secretary, Dr. Carlton Davis and Central Bank Governor, Derick Latibaudiere, visited Ireland from July 3-5.
MiPhone joins with Chinese partner to expand services
As the competition within the local telecommunications market intensifies, MiPhone will offer its users more services from their cellphones.
Jamaicans among the most entrepreneurial
Jamaicans are among the world's most entrepreneurial people. This was one of the findings of research conducted by the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM).
Investors should take good advantage of discounted stocks
At the beginning of the year, Dehring Bunting and Golding (DBG) published its stock picks for 2006, along with an overall expectation of the market's performance. Today, we will be reviewing the performance of the market and our stock picks, and also advi
Making investment decisions
Every day, we make numerous decisions concerning every aspect of our daily lives. These decisions are usually influenced either by our families, the advertising media, or our culture. The same is true when making investment decisions.
Petroleum Fund to assist Haiti's development
GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC): Caribbean Community (CARICOM) governments are joining the international community in providing funds to Haiti to jump start the Caribbean country's economic and social development.