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IT was most amusing to see how government ministers jumped to the defence of the (US)$33,000 remuneration package being paid to the new Caribbean Airlines Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Michael Di Lollo, a Canadian national. It was even more amusing to see the jargon used in a statement issued by the airline on Monday.

ON October 29, Evolving TecKnologies and Enterprise Development (eTeck) had the privilege of celebrating with the students of the Brazil Secondary School in their annual student achievement day.

AN estimated $3 million will be spent by First Citizens Investment Services (FCIS) to open a “central branch” next year, located close to the Point Lisas Industrial Estate, in order to better cater to “companies and staff” of energy sector companies in the area.

I do not know Dr Fuad Khan. I do not know what he used to look like. I do not know what he looks like now. But I feel obliged to say that for a minister of health to lose 29 pounds is a good example of leading from the front.

MANY in Trinidad and Tobago today do not appreciate how our unique and diverse multi-ethnic history has translated into rich heritage assets that can become the resource for a thriving sector of the economy. Outside of the normal Caribbean tourism attractions of sun, sea and sand, Trinidad has always looked to its Carnival – the world’s largest str(...)

RESPONDING to a question posed to her during Prime Minister’s Question Time in the House of Representatives last Wednesday, Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar disclosed to the nation that State owned Caribbean Airlines (CAL) new CEO Michael Di Lollo is earning a basic salary of US$28,000 per month and a housing allowance of US$5,000 per month. (...)

ON the surface, cricket and video conferencing may seem to have nothing in common. However, a dinner hosted by the University of the West Indies’ (UWI) regional Chief Information Officers in Barbados on November 21, 2014, with former West Indies cricketer and Captain, Daren Ganga video conferencing in from Trinidad, set the stage to prove that both(...)

OF the sixteen countries in West Africa, only three — Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, are affected by the Ebola virus. However, its economic impact is affecting many others in the region.

Phoenix Park Gas Processors Limited is now under 100 precent local control following a transaction announced yesterday in which an investment consortium comprising The National Insurance Board of Trinidad and Tobago (NIBTT), National Enterprises Limited (NEL), and The Trinidad and Tobago Unit Trust Corporation (UTC) acquired 100 percent of the equi(...)



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