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Senior research fellow at the Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, Dr Indianna Minto-Coy, is urging Jamaicans to look at online entrepreneurship to address the problem of youth unemployment in Jamaica.

Physical borders are no longer barriers and competitors anywhere can enter new markets with highly innovative products and services, so implicit in the conference theme is the notion that innovation and technology can be harnessed as drivers to overcome the challenges of global competitiveness faced by firms and that new paradigms of entrepreneurship are necessary to seize the opportunities and...

Ten judges were sworn in today (January 4), to serve in higher positions in the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court.

One of Jamaica's leading educators is calling for a radical change in the approach of teachers who are moulding young minds for the future.

Senior lecturer at the University of the West Indies, Mona campus, Dr Lawrence Nicholson says that the Jamaican education system is an enemy of entrepreneurship and enterprise.

Neil Lawrence has a firmness of purpose and the resolve to achieve any goal he sets his mind on. His fixed intention and resolute tenacity laid the foundation for his successful career as an information technology specialist and now the current chief executive officer at GrowthTech Limited.

Millions of dollars are being invested by some middle- to upper-income households to use sophisticated devices to steal electricity from the grid, intelligence from light-and-power company the Jamaica Public Service (JPS) has revealed.

Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) is calling for an industry/academia collaboration with the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS), to identify and address the causes of electricity theft and productivity loss related to the practice.

The concepts of efficiency, productivity, adaptation, change, and scheduling are all connected as a country or company tries to grow. We talk about the first four every day, ad nauseum, and overlook the fifth, that is scheduling. We carefully avoid that in our conversations as it really protects mediocrity and allows the blame to be shifted.

As part of its mission to “foster innovation for the positive transformation of Caribbean enterprises through the development of world-class business professionals and research-based solutions” Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) partnered with approximately 20 companies in Kingston and Montego Bay to provide practical solutions to business problems, through the MSBM Graduate Programm...

One of the country's leading experts on crime, Professor Anthony Clayton, has recommended a broader reach of the enhanced security measures now in effect in some areas across the country, to further reduce crime and violence.

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