Retailers are today bracing themselves for a Black Friday business bonanza.
Businesses are geared up with special offers and longer opening hours as a flood of shoppers is set to descend on stores from the early hours.
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- Thursday Nov 26, 2015 8:00 am
Anyone who is an entrepreneur, or would like to become one, is invited to join the second StartUp Weekend to be held in...
- Nov 26, 2015 1:09 pm
A restaurant hit by fire has reopened after extensive work to repair the damage.
Coconut Rock on Hamilton’s Reid Street...
- Nov 26, 2015 8:00 am
Tougher international rules to combat money-laundering and other crime have hit Bermuda bank customers, the Island’s banking...
- Nov 26, 2015 8:00 am
A new café will open its doors today inside AS Cooper & Sons main department store on Front Street.
It has taken six...
- Nov 25, 2015 8:00 am
A group of women entrepreneurs attended a luncheon to celebrate Women’s Entrepreneurship Day. The event was organised by the...
- Nov 24, 2015 5:23 pm
A popular farmer’s market was driven away from a Hamilton city location by Corporation of Hamilton parking rules, organisers...
- Nov 24, 2015 8:00 am
A new company set up as part of a stable of tech and design-related firms aims to cut the cost of owning Apple...
- Nov 23, 2015 8:00 am
Lawyer Tim Faries is to take over as managing partner at Bermuda-based global law firm Appleby.
Mr Faries will replace...
- Nov 23, 2015 2:02 pm
A former Cup Match hero and teacher turned bookmaker has taken his own gamble with two new shops.
GameTime — founded in...
- Nov 20, 2015 8:00 am
Four Star Pizza yesterday celebrated its 25th anniversary with a party at its original store, free pizza slices and birthday...
- Nov 19, 2015 8:00 am
- Motorcycle seller branches out into bicycles
- Free pizza and cake as Four Star hits 25
- Rocket Pitch winners to be revealed
- Exclusive Home opens a pop-up shop in mall
- Clarien launches online brokerage service
- Polaris makes first profit in four years
- Business booming for interior decorator
- My Closet shop ready for grand opening
- Gearing up for Global Entrepreneurship Week
- E-business workshops to start this month
- Beauty and massage salon expands
- Bennett Jones hires Hewson
- Buzz shuts three self-service buffets
- People’s Pharmacy expands retail space
- Freeport restaurant up for sale for $250,000
- New twice-weekly air freight service starts
- America’s Cup boost has retailers smiling
- Butterfield to acquire some HSBC operations
- Seminar to focus on personal PR
- Healthy choices a hit for Twisted Sistah’s
- Consumers spend more for twelfth month
- Specialty Cinema to show Star Wars movie
- $5,000 of start-up help for pitch winners
- Ascendant Group earnings fall 15%
- Butterfield to microchip all credit cards
- Survey: business leaders’ confidence growing
- Event backers and restaurants hail AC effect
- KeyTech shareholders back ATN deal
- Gosling’s expects big return on investment
- Trade show vendors extended stay for sailing
- Island consumers demanding cleaner food
- Want a bird’s-eye view of the AC racing?
- TABS ready for America’s Cup boost
- Digicel brings in mobile cell tower for AC
- Digicel boosts network ahead of World Series
- Pugh: team effort pulled Argus through
- Lovell joins ICS
- Greater investment, but fewer jobs in IT
- BTC launches apprenticeship programme
- IT troubleshooting course for home users
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Landmark same-sex partnerships ruling
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