Qantas to pay $68m in bonuses to workers Australia'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.
Sterling invests in St Kitts Hilton THE 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.
Toyota executive Julie Hamp resigns after drug scandal Toyota’s managing officer Julie Hamp has resigned from the company after she was arrested last month for allegedly bringing illegal drugs into Japan.
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 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.
Data roaming charges to end in EU within two years Data roaming charges are set to be abolished within the European Union by June 2017, it has been announced.
Local entrepreneurs get training in Jordan REPRESENTATIVES of three Jamaican 'start-up' companies are currently receiving global business training in the Middle East to make their ventures moresuccessful.
Layoffs to follow LIME/FLOW merger Another round of layoffs is pending at telecommunications company, LIME, following its decision to merge operations with former rival FLOW.
Red Stripe starts using cassava LOCAL brewing company Red Stripe has now started using cassava in the production of its beer.
Packed agenda for CARICOM summit BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (BGIS) - When Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders started their 36th regular summit in Barbados on Thursday, under the theme CARICOM: Vibrant Societies, Resilient Economies, they...