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Patrick Hoyos

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Four little words that spell prison

A U.S. jury on Thursday found Inniss guilty of two counts of money laundering stemming from two money transfers to the bank accounts of a dental office in New York and one count of conspiracy to money launder.
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Upping our game

Ok, so we have the government trying to develop two major public themes at the same time. One: Chill and relax. Two: Work harder to compete globally!
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Broadway to Barbados: Music for good

The show in its first-five year period produced donations to the hospital of nearly $1.5 million, which went into equipment purchase and training.
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The coming demise of diesel

BRET is my lovely acronym - as I’m sure you will agree after I tell you all about it - for Barbados Renewable Energy Transformation prgramme, not to be confused with the Barbados Economic Recovery and Transformation programme.
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Enter Jaimie and the Colombians

On Friday, Nov. 8, the thunderclap was heard: Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce would sell two-thirds of its Barbados-based CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank to a company run by Colombian billionaire Jaime Gilinski for US$797 million,.

From our archives: For Alexandre Gabriel, rum is an uplifting experience

In an exclusive interview with The Broad Street Journal back in mid-2017, Alexandre Gabriel - a master blender who has put the Maison Ferrand brand of Cognac on the map over the past two decades, and who recently introduced Plantation Rum, said he was very optimistic about the future of the company.
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Scotiabank seeks to re-invent itself in Barbados

Brendan King, Scotiabank’s senior vice president for international banking, was in Barbados recently to personally deliver the bank’s ongoing commitment to Barbados.

King advises Barbados to follow the Jamaica“template"

Despite the pain it felt on having its Barbados government portfolio revised downwards, Scotiabank has encouraged the government to “stay the course.”

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