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THE Board of Caribbean Airlines (CAL), which but for the Air Jamaica representative, was fired last week, committed a series of planning blunders the most outrageous being the reintroduction of the unprofitable London route and the acquisition of aircraft to operate the resumed air link.
TOUTE Bagai Publishing Company (TBP), publishers of MACO magazines, has announced the appointment of Simone Gillette as its editor-in-chief. Gillette joined TBP in 2004 as editor of MACO Destinations magazine, one of the company’s most successful publications.
EUROPEAN Commission investigators have raided the offices of several major oil companies, as they launched a far-reaching probe into price manipulation. They suspect that prices have been driven up at the pumps for millions of motorists because prices have been fixed by firms colluding for more than a decade.
EDUCATION is a basic human right and considered by many as the key tool for national development. It is assumed that the most successful economies in the world are those that invest the most in its human resources. Understandably the world’s large wealthiest and most successful national economies share all of the following characteristics:
THE role of technology in economic growth and quality of life is an inescapable fact of modern society. Much like the way road infrastructure must expand to cater for the growing needs of road users, so also the digital data infrastructure has to develop to suit the many and varied needs of data users.
IN my last article, I stated an initial three questions you should ask before hiring a web designer. You want to know who will own the domain name, the various costs, the terms and what exactly are you getting for your money. (You can view it at this link - http://bit.ly/nd-sr20).
DR Ralph Gonsalves, Prime Minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines and who is also chair of the shareholder governments of Liat is insisting that the fuel subsidy being enjoyed by Trinidad and Tobago’s Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) runs counter to the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas and as a result is hurting Liat.
FINANCE Minister Larry Howai last week said Government has no plans to make any changes to Caribbean Airlines’ (CAL’s) fuel subsidy, which is estimated at $252 million (US$40 million).
THE 3rd annual Caribbean Investment Forum (CIF) takes place on June 10 and 11, 2013 with an exciting line up of local, regional and international speakers, headlining with Ben Cohen, Co-founder of Ben and Jerry’s Homemade, INC.
LAST November, Energizer batteries launched an initiative with the aim of bringing joy into the lives of children living under challenging circumstances.
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