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TKK Symphony Acquisition Corporation announces further extension of Expiration Date of Tender Offer for its Ordinary Shares

Beijing, Jan. 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —  TKK Symphony Acquisition Corporation (Nasdaq: TKKS) (“TKK” or the “Company”) today announced that it has further extended the expiration date of its previously announced tender offer to purchase up to 25,000,000 ordinary shares at a purchase price of $10.28 per share in cash plus a contingent cash payment […]

Delta launches nonstop flight from New York’s JFK to Grand Cayman

From eTurbo News Cayman Islands Department of Tourism and Delta Air Lines announce nonstop service from JFK to Grand Cayman Delta Air Lines will add a new seasonal flight between Grand Cayman and New York, N.Y., starting June 13, 2020. The flight will operate on Saturdays through August 20, 2020, between John F. Kennedy International Airport […]

Global Monensin Market 2020 predicted to flourish with dominant players Cayman Chemical, Elanco, ApexBio, Sigma-Aldrich

By Lisa Pepper From Melanian News The Global Monensin Market 2020 published an extensive research report based on the Global Monensin Market underscoring vital occurrences, and statistics of the ongoing industry. The global Monensin market report also sheds light on market size, share, demand, production, value, sales, and revenue and provides precise evaluations coupled with authentic market […]

Whistle-blowers simultaneously report their Florida Hedge Fund to SEC And NBC [Fund Domiciled in the Cayman Islands]

By Tracey Longo From Financial Advisor Magazine Employees of TCA Fund Management Group girded their whistle-blower report filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission by going to the media with accusations that the Florida-based firm has inflated both its earnings and assets for years. According to the whistle-blowers, the TCA Fund Management Group, which conducts […]

Cayman Islands National Museum: Have you seen our 2019 Year in Review?

From Cayman Islands National Museum Have you seen our 2019 Year in Review? Take a look at what we did in 2019, as well as our plans for 2020! TO LEARN MORE GO TO: https://www.museum.ky/yearinreview2019

Guatemala named host for 2020 Concacaf Futsal Championship

20 Concacaf Member Association to compete for the regional title and the four available spots in the FIFA Futsal World Cup Lithuania 2020 Miami (Thursday, January 23, 2020) – The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) today announced that Guatemala will host the 2020 Concacaf Futsal Championship. The competition will take […]

Cayman: Micro & small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs to benefit from free training workshops

Micro and small business owners and persons desirous of starting their own businesses are set to benefit from a series of twelve free training workshops in 2020, with the first scheduled for Thursday, January 30, at the  offices of the  Chamber of Commerce in Governors Square. The January 30 workshop will zero-in on financial planning  […]

Risk of Novel Coronavirus in the Caribbean “Low” says CARPHA, but preparation needed

From Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA)  Friday, January 24, 2020 — Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago —  As at 9th January 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that a 2019 novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was identified by Chinese authorities.  The virus was first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China.   Executive Director of CARPHA, Dr. Joy […]

Cayman: VERY LATEST/FURTHER UPDATE/Dump on fire again/Update – DEH and CIFS Respond to Fire at Vehicle Recycling Plant

VERY LATEST: Fire at Vehicle Recycling Plant Now Under Control JAN 25 11:20AM Department of Environmental Health (DEH), Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS) and National Roads Authority (NRA) crews worked throughout the night to bring the fire at the vehicle recycling plant under control.             CIFS crews have made good progress to extinguish visible signs […]

All hell has broken loose within the Grammys

By Eve Barlow From Vulture “Music’s biggest night” is this Sunday, but it’s already been overshadowed by behind-the-scenes tension. Last Thursday, a dramatic news story broke revealing that Recording Academy president Deborah Dugan, newly in the role as of August 2019, was put on administrative leave only ten days ahead of this year’s Grammys ceremony. Dugan, […]