Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Monday | July 6, 2009
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Paymaster, Bill Express finally head to court
The multimillion-dollar lawsuit brought by bill-payment company Paymaster Jamaica Limited against its competitor, GraceKennedy Remittance Services Limited, will proceed after eight years of gestation. Paymaster has accused the remittance company of allegedly copying ...

Research is key to starting a business
Marlon Townsend* had been working at a major supermarket chain in Kingston since 2003, but as the economic downturn hit home, he was laid off and told to wait for three months to get word of what is to happen."It set me back big time"...

Ying backs formation of skill bank
Director-designate of the Jamaica Diaspora Institute, Professor Neville Ying, has backed the establishment of a skill bank to allow for the development of a more dynamic relationship within the island's diaspora communities.

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