China Appears to Attack GitHub by Diverting Web Traffic HONG KONG — The Chinese government has long used a sophisticated set of Internet filters known as the Great Firewall as a barrier to prevent its citizens from obtaining access to foreign websites with information it deems threatening.
Honda invests £200m in Swindon car production plant Car maker Honda is to invest £200m in its UK plant - a year after it cut hundreds of jobs due to falling sales.
Tech entrepreneurs head for training in Jordan Three local start-up technology companies have been selected to benefit from a US$90,000 ($10.3 million)-investment and a trip to Jordan-based accelerator company Oasis500.
Agribusiness and handicraft firms in Haiti and Dominican Republic awarded 700,000 euros BRIDGETOWN, Barbados - The Caribbean Export Development Agency (Caribbean Export) has awarded €700,000 to 31 firms and business support organizations (BSOs) in Haiti and the Dominican Republic via the Binational Grants Programme, as part of the Haiti/Dominican Republic Binational Programme, Commerce Component, funded by the European Union under the 10th European Development Fund (EDF).
UK bank stress tests to cover global economic slump The UK banking industry will have to prove it can endure a global economic slump in this year's Bank of England stress tests.
City blues The Revitalization of Bridgetown Initiative (TRBI), launched by the private sector in 2008 to transform the island’s capital city to boost its attractiveness as a place for doing business, has run into a major challenge.
Japanese car dealer expands its reach to the Caribbean AICHI, Japan - Fairline Cars, a supplier of new and pre-owned quality cars based in Aichi, Japan, some 220 miles west of Tokyo, is expanding its reach to the Caribbean.
Bahamas megaresort opening delayed NASSAU, Bahamas - The Baha Mar multibillion dollar megaresort in The Bahamas will not open on Friday as planned, resort officials revealed on Tuesday night.
Go to hell, Bahamas PM tells journalists NASSAU, Bahamas - Opposition leader Dr Hubert Minnis said on Sunday he was “dumbfounded” when he heard Bahamas Prime Minister Perry Christie say “to hell” with journalists in the country.