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Are You Prepared To Leave The Business You Built?

Are You Prepared To Leave The Business You Built?

Experts Share 3 Crucial Planning Steps More and more small business owners are selling their companies, with sales hitting a four-year high earlier this year in the United States, and Canada predicting its largest small business turnover ever in the ...

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US Consortium Wins Bid For New Power Generating Plant

KINGSTON, Jamaica CMC – Azurest Cambridge, a United States consortium, has been selected as the preferred bidder for the new power generating plant to fulfill the mandate of bringing cheaper electricity to the country . The announcement, made by the ...

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Chairman Resigns From Television Jamaica And RJR

Chairman Resigns From Television Jamaica And RJR

KINGSTON, Jamaica CMC – Milton Samuda, the embattled chairman of the Board of Television Jamaica, has resigned, a few weeks after he was accused of engaging in censorship by restricting questions to be asked of two Olympians. Earlier this month, ...

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T&T Government To Remove Fuel Subsidy To Caribbean Airlines

T&T Government To Remove Fuel Subsidy To Caribbean Airlines

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad CMC – On Monday, the Trinidad and Tobago government announced that it would terminate its subsidy to state-owned Caribbean Airlines (CAL), ending an issue that had been heavily criticized by other regional governments. Finance Minister, Larry ...

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TVJ Chairman Steps Down, Pending Outcome Of Investigation

KINGSTON, Jamaica CMC – Embattled chairman of the of the board of Television Jamaica Ltd. (TVJ), Milton Samuda, last Friday, temporary stepped down from his position pending the outcome of an investigation into allegations that he had engaged in censorship ...

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U.S. Executives’ Pay On “Inexorable Upward Climb”

U.S. Executives’ Pay On “Inexorable Upward Climb”

By Carey L. Biron US Correspondent  WASHINGTON, D.C. (IPS) – Three years after the passage of landmark legislation aimed at strengthening regulation of major U.S. companies, one of the most criticised disparities characterising today’s corporate culture – the outsized compensation ...

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