Posted on 12/19/2012. Filed in Money & Business, Showbiz, Social, Sports,.
In my article dated the 17th of February 2012, entitled “The Demise of West Indies Cricket” – Ego Over Business”, I outlined that for West Indies cricket to be successful again, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) needed to reconcile with Chris Gayle. So said, so done, the result the West Indies first major victory since 2004.
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In the field of technology, Matthew Budram is one of Jamaica’s brightest hopes.
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Ms. Perez has over 17 years of professional banking experience in major financial institutions both locally and internationally.

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Felix Sanchez won his second Olympic 400-meter hurdles gold, and the Dominican Republic’s first medal of the 2012 Games. Source | Image Source

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Trinidad and Tobago’s Keshorn Walcott threw a national record 84.58m to claim a surprise Olympic gold medal in the men’s javelin. Source | Image Source

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LONDON — Track and field is one of the most global sports, and its list of Olympic champions grew even more global on a chilly night when Kirani James won the men’s 400 meters. Source

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Usain Bolt’s 9.63 set an Olympic record in the 100. So how far ahead of every Olympic medalist is he?
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Dan O’Brien and Summer Sanders debate if Usain Bolt could be a better Olympian than Michael Phelps. Text Source | Image Source

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A WAXWORK of Usain Bolt greeted unsuspecting travellers as they arrived at Heathrow's Terminal 5 this morning.
Posted on 07/02/2012. Filed in Economy, Education, Investing, Money & Business, News & Politics,.

If you examine Jamaica’s budgets there have always been the following themes; 1) use the bulk of the revenue to service debt, 2) appease the populace by throwing them some benefit, 3) picking on the few that are actually tax compliant to pay more taxes, cigarettes, liquor, banks, tourism and finally and most importantly no strategic plan or focus on growth through stimulus.

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