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Qantas to pay $68m in bonuses to workers

Quantas-2Australia's national carrier, Qantas Airways, will pay a one-off bonus payment of about 90m Australian dollars ($68m; £43m) to employees affected by an 18-month wage freeze.

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Sterling invests in St Kitts Hilton

sterling-invest-2THE Charles Ross-led Sterling Investments Ltd (SIL) — a listed company with pension funds as its largest shareholders — revealed plans to modestly invest in the Embassy Suites by Hilton presently under construction in the Eastern Caribbean.

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Toyota executive Julie Hamp resigns after drug scandal

Julie-Hamp.3Toyota’s managing officer Julie Hamp has resigned from the company after she was arrested last month for allegedly bringing illegal drugs into Japan.

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DIGICEL Group's mobile subscriber base and total revenues remained flat amid posting a US$157.6 million (J$18.2 b) net loss for its March 2015 year end, documents indicate. The group announced plans last week to list on the New York Stock Exchange. The re

Digicel-HQ-2DIGICEL Group's mobile subscriber base and total revenues remained flat amid posting a US$157.6 million (J$18.2 b) net loss for its March 2015 year end, documents indicate.

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Data roaming charges to end in EU within two years

Data-roaming-to-end-2Data roaming charges are set to be abolished within the European Union by June 2017, it has been announced.

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