Government and the Inter-American Development Bank recently
signed a US$5 million loan agreement to support the
development of the Public Sector Reform Initiation Programme...
Chin Fatt, manager of Lindas Bakery, complains
that not only is employee turnover high, but frequent
salary increases have not been successful in encouraging
workers to come to work and remain stay on the job...
says it does not wish to delist
the Canadian-owned bank based in Barbados, has stated
it does not wish to delist in any of the four
markets where it is currently listed."
Greenspan disagree on impact of corporate-profit peak
disagreement between Alan Greenspan and Ben S Bernanke
about where the US economy is headed boils down to just
one word: profits...
bid to boost oil income
moves CEO to Dubai
Co, the worlds second-largest oilfield-services
provider, will move chief executive David Lesar to a
new corporate headquarters in Dubai to help the company
expand in the Middle East and Asia...
want bosses to get lost
workers reckon that their bosses are excessively bureaucratic,
apportion blame wrongly and are inconsistent in decision
making, a report has found...
billionaire gaining on Gates, Buffet
CITYThe worlds third-richest man, Carlos
Slim, is gaining rapidly on Bill Gates and Warren Buffet
with a fortune that grew by US$19 billion last year,
the largest individual wealth gain in a decade of Forbes
magazine rankings and a sign of the wealth gap in Mexicos