Jamaica Gleaner Business
Published: Monday Thursday | March 26, 2009
Death is a lively business - Bargain hunters make a killing in funeral industry
Death is a familiar face in Kingston and St Andrew and it seems to have free rein, forever stalking the nation's capital. So it should come as no surprise that the business of taking care of the dead is thriving in the metropolis, more so in western Kingston.... Read More...'Selfish!' - Walker stamps on toes of tax cheats
MANDEVILLE, Manchester: Jamaica's customs chief Danville Walker upped the rhetoric in his campaign against corruption in the business sector, lashing importers who tried to dodge the tax net. Addressing a Rotary Club of Mandeville meeting on Tuesday, Walker, in his trademark... Read More...PAC advised to hold off Omer Thomas case
THE GOVERNMENT'S chief legal adviser has suggested that Parliament's Public Accounts Committee (PAC) await the outcome of a civil case involving Dr Omer Thomas and the Bureau of Standards Jamaica (BSJ), before deliberating on controversial payments made... Read More...EU president calls US stimulus 'road to hell' - Europe now doing damage control
The head of the European Union slammed United States President Barack Obama's plan to spend nearly US$2 trillion to push the US economy out of recession as "the road to hell" that EU governments must avoid. Read More...