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CAC 2000 Financials Still Recovering From Payments For Lawsuit Damages

Steven Marston Chairman and CEO of CAC 2000 Limited has assigned blame to the company’s reduction in inventory of $57 million and cash of $78 million to continued efforts to try and recover from payments of US$372,100 and JA$7.6 million for lawsuit damages in December. In his report to shareholders for the 6 months ending […]

Kingston Wharves Posts Improved EPS 51.87 cents, Now Looking to Self-Funded Projects to Strengthen Core Services – Hall

JMMB Group Launching Commercial Banking Operations Later This Year – JMMB Bank (Jamaica) Limited

The JMMB Group will be launching commercial banking operations in Jamaica, later this year, under the name JMMB Bank (Jamaica) Limited in line with their JMMB Bank (Trinidad & Tobago) Limited launched in Trinidad, in 2016 and is in line with the branding strategy being employed by JMMB Group. The JMMB Group has also continued […]

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Christine Wong Secures International Distributor For Eaton’s Line Of Products

Jamaican condiment and seasoning manufacturer King Pepper Products Limited has successfully re-entered the Canadian market and is now looking to capitalize on its recent achievements and expand outside of the diaspora base to the general market. Those comments from King Pepper CEO, Managing Director Christine Wong follow the company’s success in securing a distributor for […]

Business Owners And Executives Are Struggling With Disruptors Changing The Way Business Needs To Be Conducted- Wickham

Investors Need To Watch What The Multinational Plans To Do In Trinidad And Tobago – Bob Dudley

BP Group CEO Bob Dudley says investors need to watch what the multinational plans to do in Trinidad and Tobago. He was responding to a question about imminent final investment decisions (FIDs). Dudley says over the next 18 months, the company will decide on going after hydrocarbons in the shallow-water Angelin gas field, 40 kilometres […]

Business Owners And Executives Are Struggling With Disruptors Changing The Way Business Needs To Be Conducted- Wickham

Unseasonal Rainfall Depressed Demand And Sales In Third Quarter – Clarke

Christopher Clarke CEO of Caribbean Cream Limited is blaming unseasonal rainfall throughout the island which depressed demand and sales for the less than expected outturn for the company’s third quarter. Caribbean Cream’s overall performance however remained strong with revenue for the nine months of JA$886m and Q3 of JA$271m ending November 30th 2016. This was […]

Kingston Wharves Posts Improved EPS 51.87 cents, Now Looking to Self-Funded Projects to Strengthen Core Services – Hall

Exports Remain A Priority For Honey Bun – Chong.

Michelle Chong CEO and co-founder of Honey Bun Limited is staking the  company’s future on export plans which she says remain a priority for  her and the Honey Bun team. Exports for the financial year ending September 2016 increased by 22% over prior year as the company increased sales by 34% while pretax  profits increased […]

Business Owners And Executives Are Struggling With Disruptors Changing The Way Business Needs To Be Conducted- Wickham

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