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ON December 6, Guardian Holdings Limited (GHL) announced the retirement of Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jeffrey Mack from this post. GHL, in its statement which was issued on that date, said Mack will retire on December 31. In the same statement, GHL also announced that Ravi Tewari will be promoted to Group CEO effective January 1, 2014.
WHETHER by design or accident, information disclosed by Chairman Phillip Marshall says quite a lot for the future of the national airline Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL).
IT IS the responsibility of the private sector and not the State to provide jobs and to develop and diversify the economy, according to Canadian Alix Yule, the director of the Caribbean Local Economic Development Programme. Yule was speaking at Monday’s Caribbean Leadership Symposium on Local Economic Development held at the Capital Plaza, Wrightso(...)
THE recent heist by robbers, reportedly of a significant sum, and the murder of one of the two guards transporting the money, along with shooting of the van belonging to Sentinel Security Services at Macoya is a wake-up call for our law enforcement agencies and all security services providers. The industry is one of great risk to life and property(...)
ONE of the latest buzzwords in the corporate lexicon is innovation. Everybody is advocating the philosophy of innovation as a means of moving the business world forward while at the same time attempting to create more sustainable jobs.
DETAILS were released a few days ago of China’s exports which rose last month by much more than expected, adding to signs of a rebound in the world’s second largest economy. Shipments went up by almost 13 percent from a 5.6 percent rise the previous month.
WE support the position taken by Finance Minister Larry Howai that businesses, in the public and private sector, in the country should not just focus about making a profit but about ensuring there is integrity in all spheres of their activities. Howai took this position when he spoke at the launch of the TT Corporate Governance Code at the Hyatt Re(...)
TASSA is very much alive and an integral part of Trinidad and Tobago culture. This was evident from the number of young persons who embraced the instrument and participated in the 2013 National Tassarama Finals held on August 31st 2013 at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva, which was sponsored in part by blink | bmobile.
SOUTH Africa before and after Nelson Mandela: There is virtually no comparison. Before Mandela it was a country shackled by apartheid. His release from prison in 1990 and his moves to reconcile the country marked the transformation of South Africa as a society and an economy.
A more sustainable transport system should foster commerce, reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions, increase safety, provide equal access to destinations for all groups of society, and enhance the quality of life. (Making Transportation Sustainable: Insights from Germany, by Ralph Buehler, John Pucher, and Uwe Kunert, Brookings Institution(...)
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