June 20, 2021

Archives for January 20, 2020

54% of Americans can’t spell this car brand—can you?

A recent report surveyed 1,000 Americans (per question) and found: 54% of Americans misspelled Volkswagen. Gen Z and Millennials were the best at spelling car brand names. Baby Boomers were the worst. Men were slightly better at spelling brand names like Ferrari and Lamborghini. Check out the full results here: https://www.thezebra.com/resources/personal-finance/spelling-car-brand-survey Spelling skills need serious tune-ups

Polestar, Lenovo and Safran talk world-class IP strategy

IPBC Europe heads to Dublin from 24 to 25 March, bringing together senior corporate IP decision-makers at the cutting edge of the software, telecoms, aircraft, automotive and other industries. Attendees will hear how these leaders build 24-carat IP portfolios, craft top-flight IP strategies and achieve world-class results time and time again. This year’s line-up includes: Click […]

Cayman: Updated register of electors available for review

The Elections Office has finalised figures on the Revised Register of Electors (Voter’s List), which is set to become effective on 1 April 2020, subject to objections or claims raised during the revision period. The list will be published on 21 January 2020 with a total of 21,782 registered voters. This reflects an additional 462 […]

CEO pessimism over global growth reaches record high

In every region across the world, CEOs predict slower economic growth Confidence in companies’ own revenue growth lowest since 2009 Uncertain economic growth joins over-regulation and trade conflicts as a top three threat DAVOS, Switzerland, 20 January 2020 – As we enter a new decade, CEOs are showing record levels of pessimism in the global economy, […]

Are you suffering from hypothyroidism?

By Dr. Russell Blaylock M.D. From Newsmax Thirteen million Americans — equal to the populations of Los Angeles and Chicago combined — have a miserable, deadly disease. And they don’t even know it. These Americans suffer from hypothyroidism, a condition characterized by the thyroid gland producing too little of the various thyroid hormones. Half of […]

Cayman: Tummy Time! With Ms. Helen

From Chatterbox Tummy Time! Tummy Time helps your baby develop the neck, back, and shoulder muscles needed to meet infant developmental milestones. It may also help prevent early motor delays and conditions such as flat head syndrome (positional plagiocephaly) and twisted neck (positional torticollis). The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends placing babies on their backs […]

Anthony Partridge to share expert insights at STEP Cayman

Anthony Partridge, partner in Ogier’s top-tier Cayman Private Wealth team, will provide expert insights into handling sensitive issues with a challenging settlor at this week’s STEP Cayman Islands International Wealth Structuring Forum (23-24 January). Taking the format of a mock interview, the presentation will see Anthony play the role of a lawyer advising a difficult […]

Caribbean Airlines statement re-outdated video circulating on social media

Port-of-Spain January 20, 2020. Caribbean Airlines advises that a video currently circulating on Social Media re: a “travel advisory for Caribbean Airlines”, is outdated and without merit. The video is over six years old, and the Airline asks its valued customers to please disregard this outdated social media posting. Caribbean Airlines thanks its valued stakeholders […]

Cayman: CIG appeal shares the Giving Tree with hundreds of clients

CAYMAN ISLANDS (GIS) – Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) and Family Resource (FRC) clients enjoyed a festive Christmas thanks to a new Cayman Islands Government (CIG) initiative, part of those agencies’ annual presents drives. In supporting the CIG Giving Tree appeal, civil servants and local businesses donated nearly 400 gifts. The Portfolio of the Civil […]

2020 National Heroes Day Celebrations set

 The 2020 National Heroes Day Celebrations honours those who pioneered the establishment of the Cayman Islands’ first written Constitution; celebrates the first four women who bravely stood in the 1959 general election; and reflects upon the journey to modern-day Cayman. GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – Pioneers who contributed to the creation of the first written Constitution of […]