Central Bank governor urges no politicisation of ABIB The governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank is urging the public not to make the impending resolution of the Antigua Barbuda Investment Bank (ABIB) into a political issue.
CraziiSocks steps into the lead for Moguls in the Making THE 12 Mogul in the Making nominees met judges and sponsors for lunch at theJamaica Observer boardroom on Wednesday, allowing them to make an impresssion on the competition's judges and sponsors Scotiabank, Flow and Diageo's Johnnie Walker scotch.
CAL signs deal with Emirates Caribbean Airlines (CAL) has signed an interline deal with the world's largest international airline-Emirates, which promises to make it easier for customers to travel the world.
US economic growth picks up to 2.3% The US economy grew at an annualised pace of 2.3% in the three months to June, official figures have shown.
Royal Dutch Shell cuts 6,500 jobs Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell has announced it has shed 6,500 jobs as part of cost-cutting plans as it seeks to counter falling oil prices.
Depositors to recover losses 30 years after collapse of bank in St Kitts Basseterre, St. Kitts - Customers and creditors who lost money when the Bank of Commerce closed 30 years ago are in line for an EC$15 million (US$5.5 million) payout.
Shipping Association blasts Customs Act Amendment Bill THE Shipping Association of Jamaica (SAJ), which lobbies to improve the competitiveness of the port on behalf of its workers, described the proposed amendments to the Customs Act as anti-trade and backward.
Sagicor X Fund goes for hotel in USA SAGICOR Real Estate X Fund Limited (X Fund) announced plans to acquire its first property outside of Jamaica in line with its growth strategy.
Trinidad court awards record defamation judgement against Warner PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad - In what is said to be one of Trinidad and Tobago’s highest ever awards for defamation, embattled former FIFA vice president and Independent Liberal Party (ILP) leader Jack Warner...