Friday, November 15, 2019

Barbados TODAY Editorial: Playing ‘chicken’ with LIAT

In economics game theory, the game of chicken typically involves two parties heading toward each other. The players continue on the same path, seemingly destined to...

Tian ditches FLOW for inet

APUA inet on Tuesday welcomed Soca King, Tian Winter, and popular DJ, Bruce ‘Supa Dymond’ Barthley to their family of brand ambassadors. The announcement by...

Grounded LIAT could hurt tourism – Barbados Central Bank

The financial state of regional airline LIAT is of such grave concern to Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados Cleviston Haynes, that he...

Sagicor Pension Funds reach $1B following strong growth for the first quarter

The Sagicor (Equity) Fund delivered an impressive 7.7 per cent for the first quarter of 2019 while the Sagicor (Bonds) Fund returned 2.4 per...

Talks on purchasing LIAT shares to begin next week

Talks between the governments of Barbados and Antigua and Barbuda over the sale of the shares in the cash-strapped regional airline, LIAT, will begin...

Sandals calls tax fraud claims ‘baseless’

Sandals Resorts says a Class Action lawsuit recently filed against the company in the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida is...

Opposition wants agreement with London based company declared null and void

The leader of the main opposition United Progressive Party (UPP), Harold Lovell, has filed an application in the High Court seeking to have the...

Government says Digicel to withdraw lawsuit

The Antigua and Barbuda government says the Irish-owned telecommunication company, Digicel, has agreed to withdraw a lawsuit objecting to the plan to share the...

St. Lucia Government reiterates position on LIAT

The St. Lucia government Monday reiterated its position that unless there’s a fundamental change to the operating structure of the cash-strapped regional airline, LIAT,...

Digicel denies talks aimed at selling operations

The Irish-owned telecommunications company, Digicel, has denied a statement by Prime Minister Gaston Browne that it was in discussions with the authorities to sell...