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I don’t know a Jamaican, or Usain Bolt fan for that matter, who would not have wanted Bolt to win the last race of his career. But it wasn’t to be – there was no gold medal in those legs and he had to ‘settle for bronze’ (ponder those words!). While it was sad to have missed the storybook ending I think that we got a different story – how to handle defeat or failure. By the end of the night the...

Co-chairman of the the Public Sector Transformation Oversight Committee (PSTOC) Danny Roberts says the committee has endorsed a survey that will assist in engaging public sector workers in fulfilling its mandate.

President David Granger will deliver the keynote address to declare the opening of the First University of Guyana Diaspora Engagement Conference, on Monday, July 24, at the Ramada Georgetown Princess Hotel, in Providence, Guyana, where the week-long forum will aim to rebuild and re-band the university.

The University of the West Indies (The UWI) Mona Campus will immediately upgrade its existing Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant to reduce its energy costs by some J$52 million annually and improve its environmental footprint with a 16% reduction in greenhouse gas emission...

As part of their International Business Management course, this academic year, MBA students were tasked with undertaking a strategic assessment of the ice cream company Scoops Unlimited Limited, popularly known as Devon House I Scream.

What would you do if your spouse came home with a flat screen television that you had long craved but could not afford? (Turns out that they got it for a 'steal' but after probing that it turns out that it was probably stolen).

The  2016/17 Eduniversal Ranking for the 4000 Best Masters and MBAs in 32 fields of study worldwide have been published and we  are pleased to advise that  the following MSBM programmes have received significant ranking:

Kraasimages, an up-and-coming Jamaican stock imagery company, was named one of five winners from the 2017 PitchIT Caribbean Challenge.

Only 4 out of 123 firms listed on the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) have any relation to the construction sector, a fact that Dr. William Lawrence of Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) believes is a major impediment to growth in the construction sector.

The construction sector can become a far more effective driver of economic growth through the development of more effective partnerships between the public and private sectors.

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