September 21, 2019

Archives for April 2, 2019

3rd Annual One Health Symposium, Cayman Islands

2019 Theme – “One Health: Towards a Healthier Cayman”

Suriname and St. Maarten hoping to end medal drought at CARIFTA Cayman

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands – Suriname and St. Maarten are hoping to break their CARIFTA Games medal drought and are expressing confidence in their teams ahead of this year’s meet which takes place at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex over Easter weekend (20 to 22 April). Team Suriname believes that, based on previous CARIFTA results, […]

Win-win Negotiation Training Gems for business people

Why does one businessperson become an industry leader while the competition languishes as bottom-feeders? Is it the amount of capital they have invested? Is it related to educational background or negotiation training? It may be any of these aspects, but one thing is for sure. Businesspeople who suck at negotiation will never enjoy the full […]

Gadget of the week

Roku’s new remote lets your dog control the TV for (almost) no reason at all By Stan Schroeder From Mashable How many times have you sat in front of the telly and thought to yourself: Man, I wish I could just let my dog flip through the channels? Zero times, right? Still, Roku’s got a […]

Jio Health combines online and offline healthcare in Southeast Asia, starting in Vietnam

By Jon Russell From TechCrunch The internet is often lauded for the potential to increase the impact of a range of primary services in emerging markets, including education, commerce, banking and healthcare. While many of those platforms are now being built, a few are finding that a hybrid approach combining online and offline is advantageous. […]

Opinion: Has the Unity Labour Party, Dr Ralph Gonsalves and Vincentian Police turned themselves and at least half of the citizenship into Criminals?

By Jolly Green When Ralph Gonsalves told the electorate something, commenting after the failed referendum pole 2009, he made it very obvious that he was aware that bribing the electorate at the time of elections is the only sure way to get elected. A criminal act, both for the briber and the bribed. You can […]

Google slapped with massive $1.7 billion antitrust fine – its third in three years

By Chris Smith From BGR Reports a few days ago said that Google would receive a new massive fine in Europe, and the EU on Wednesday delivered its latest ruling against the tech giant. This time around we’re looking at a €1.5 billion ($1.7 billion) antitrust fine as a result of illegal practices in Google’s […]

Recipe of the week

Keto Low Carb Creamy Tuscan Chicken By NOSHTASTIC From Yummly 12 Ingredients 55 Minutes 730 Calories Ingredients 6 chicken thighs or 4 chicken breasts salt 1 tablespoon olive oil 1/2 cup red onion (finely diced) 3 cloves garlic (minced) 1/2 cup sun dried tomatoes (chopped) 2 cups baby spinach 1 cup heavy cream 1 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 teaspoon dijon mustard 1/2 cup pecorino romano cheese (or Parmesan cheese) 1/2 cup white cheddar cheese (grated) How to make keto […]

Trinidad Directors appointed to Board of Cayman Islands Bank

From OECS Business Focus At its annual general meeting last week, Cayman National Corporation Ltd. shareholders voted to appoint Republic Group executives Nigel Baptiste and Roopnarine Oumade Singh. Appointing Baptiste and Singh to the board of Cayman National is pursuant to terms of agreement for Republic Group’s acquisition of the once-local bank. The Trinidad-based Republic […]

US: DEA never checked if its bulk surveillance data was legal

By Jon Fingas From engadget This includes programs that are still alive in some form today. If you thought the DEA’s mass surveillance was irresponsible, you’re not the only one. The Justice Department’s Inspector General has released a report showing that the DEA “failed to conduct a comprehensive legal analysis” of three bulk data gathering programs to verify they […]