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LIME joins MultiCare Foundation to power Breezy Castle cyber centre

THE LIME Foundation has retrofitted and transformed a cargo container into a new cyber centre for residents of Breezy Castle and surrounding areas in downtown

BCIC Weathers the Storm

BCIC Weathers the Storm

With higher premium income, flat claims growth year-over-year and foreign exchange gains during the year, British Caribbean Insurance Company Limited (BCIC) grew net profit by

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Police post opened in Irwin St James

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica (JIS) — A new police post, built at a cost of J$12 million, was opened Wednesday (February 26), in The Meadows of

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$32 Million Allocated to Phase Two of YUTE programme

The Government, through the National Housing Trust (NHT), is providing $32 million in financial support for phase two of the Youth Upliftment Through Education (YUTE)

WIHCON Places New Homes On The Market At Irwin

West Indies Home Contractors Limited (WIHCON) has brought another 169 homes to market under the current phase of the Meadows of Irwin development in St

WIHCON Places New Homes On The Market At Irwin

  Tameka Gordon, Business Reporter West Indies Home Contrac-tors Limited (WIHCON) has brought another 169 homes to market under the current phase of the Meadows


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The Diaspora’s role in entrepreneurial

With the identified constraints of access to funding, taxation and bureaucracy, an inadequately trained workforce, crime and corruption, the Diaspora is called upon to play a significant role in entrepreneurial development within the region. These were some of the sentiments that came out of a business and management conference staged by the Mona School of

Economic Independence Requires A New,

Below is an excerpt from a speech delivered at the Mona School of Business & Management Annual Conference on Thursday, July 11. The Enterprise and Entrepreneurship in the Caribbean Region paper by Minto-Coy, et al, (published by the Mona School of Business & Management) focuses on the domestic and enterprise level constraints to entrepreneurship and

BCIC Recommits To Downtown Roots

After 56 years, general insurance company BCIC is betting that downtown Kingston is the place to be. A $50 million renovation of one floor of BCIC’s Duke Street Head Office is just the first phase of a three- to four-year makeover for the company, according to Managing Director Peter Levy. The ribbon was cut on