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BTC set to unveil ‘limitless’ mobile offers
Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) has announced that following a recent customer survey, it will be unveiling an upgraded suite of mobile offers. The new “limitless” mobile plans will be as BTC states, “unrivaled in the market”. BTC i...
 
 
Aliv sponsors Coco Chanel conference
Aliv, The Bahamas’ newest mobile network, was the title sponsor of the conference “Coco Chanel: the woman, the message” in Freeport, Grand Bahama on March 18. The keynote speaker was Billie Bowe, president and CEO of Benchmark Consulting Servi...
 
 
Customs to probe type of casino equipment imported by Baha Mar
The Customs Department is looking into the type of equipment that has been imported for Baha Mar’s casino, as the department's "prohibited and restricted imports and exports” document on its website notes that the importation of slot machines are...
 
 
AML: Poultry suppliers from Brazil in line with international procedures, standards
Amid a meatpacking industry scandal in Brazil that raised concerns about eating imported meat that might be rotten, AML Foods admitted yesterday that some of its chicken is purchased from Brazil but the company remains “comfortable” that the sour...
 
 
Fisherman laments impact of flats fishing regulations on sector
In a letter addressed to Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray, Captain Matthew Brittain Robinson wrote in distress over certain aspects of the Flats Fishing Regulations 2017, some of which he could not “fathom” and to a lar...
 
 
Aliv takes pride in its corporate culture
If you’ve never been in the offices of Google, Aliv’s headquarters might strike you as a scaled down version of what you might have imagined the search engine and email giant’s offices to be. Aliv’s staff sit in an open floor plan designed o...
 
 
Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association names 2017 national culinary team
On Thursday, March 16, the Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) announced the members of the 2017 national culinary team. Team members will compete at the illustrious Taste of the Caribbean; an intensely competitive, highly-regarded regional...
 
 
Baha Mar yet to secure casino license
It was revealed Friday in the form of a newspaper note placed by the Gaming Board, that Baha Mar has yet to secure its casino license, despite importing millions of dollars worth of casino equipment Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson said was "o...
 
 
Human rights group wants probe after DPM revealed CCA workers’ passports withheld
Independent observers questioned whether or not the government is serious about its commitment to the amendment of the Trafficking in Persons Prevention and Suppression Act 2008, after it recently took part in the phase two groundbreaking of China Co...
 
 
Progress being made on issuance of temporary certificate of occupancy for Baha Mar
Steps are being made to ensure that a temporary certificate of occupancy (TCO) is issued for certain parts of Baha Mar to open on April 21, as final inspections for construction near completion, according to Building Control Officer at the Ministry o...
 
 
Series of inspections mega-resort must pass in the next two weeks
The next two weeks at Baha Mar will be “do or die”, as contractors try to get everything in order to pass a number of inspections at the resort, which is expected to open its first phase on April 21, said Bahamas Contractor’s Association (BCA) ...
 
 
Damaged Bahamasair plane hasn’t affected schedules
Bahamasair’s flight schedules have not been significantly affected by an out-of-service aircraft, as the company awaits the arrival of structural engineers from French-Italian aircraft manufacturer ATR to assess the damage caused to the aircraft ...
 
 
Baha Mar announces Grand Hyatt GM; soft opening imminent
With only 36 days left before the Grand Hyatt is set to open as Baha Mar’s first occupied hotel, the resort announced the appointment of a general manager for the 1,800-room hotel. In a release issued yesterday, Baha Mar named Scott Allen as the g...
 
 
Flowers: Banks don’t know their customers like gaming houses do
CEO of FML Group of Companies Craig Flowers said he thinks that gaming institutions do a better job than banks and casinos at keeping track of its customers through the Know Your Customer (KYC) regime. He added that web shop deposits being accepted b...
 
 
Details of Aliv’s upcoming $30M bond issue revealed
Be Aliv Limited will launch a $30 million bond issue in just a few days as a private placement offering, requiring interested investors to meet the condition of a minimum subscription of $50,000. Financial services firm CFAL released the information...
 
 
BISX explains IPO process after Island Luck announces bid to sell shares
Days after Island Luck CEO Sebas Bastian announced that he is working towards releasing an initial public offering (IPO), Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Bahamas International Securities Exchange (BISX) Holland Grant explained to Guardian Busine...
 
 
Consolidated Water: Delays in collecting money from govt ‘from time to time’
In its annual report to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Consolidated Water (CW) Bahamas revealed that from “time to time” it experiences delays in collecting money owed to it from the Bahamas government. As at last year, the Water an...
 
 
Aliv meets with religious leaders
Aliv recently hosted a meet and greet with local religious leaders at its Soldier Road headquarters. The meeting served two purposes: to create a personal introduction and to discuss ways to form partnerships for community efforts. Aliv Chairman Fra...
 
 
‘State and quality’ of Mortgage Corp.’s financials stump auditor
The Bahamas Mortgage Corporation’s (BMC) report for the financial year ending June 2012 reveals that the corporation did not have “sufficient” and “appropriate” evidence to support the balances and transactions that accompanied its financia...
 
 
BHEA sees Employment Act, Industrial Relations Act amendments as crippling for businesses
The Bahamas Hotel and Restaurant Employers Association (BHEA) asserted in a press statement yesterday that the amendments to the Industrial Relations Act and the Employment Act introduced by government yesterday will have a “crippling impact on Bah...
 
 
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