- BREAKING: Barbecue joint held up by gunman
- Mail call: Brac cruise port
- St. Ignatius prize winners announced
- Barkers National Park: A series of false starts
- Barkers in the balance
- Compass Marathon booth winners announced
- A taste of a Taste of Cayman
- 3 years for stealing first governor’s war medals
- Recycling bins added for expected holiday increase
- Public reminded about rules for drones, fireworks, other holiday celebrations
Recently, a local insurance company has been advertising on the radio in Cayman warning of the implications of average clauses. Contrary to the rather ordinary nature that the name suggests, an average clause is one of the most important clauses that you can find in an insurance policy.
A group of professionals in the Cayman Islands is campaigning for gender equality in the workplace.
On Oct. 15, 2015, women gathered for the inaugural Cayman Islands’ chapter meeting of 100 Women Who Care, which culminated in more than $42,500 being raised for the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre, a domestic violence organization – an astonishing amount and a fitting cause, given the group’s female attendees.
For more than 40 years, the Business and Professional Women’s Club of Grand Cayman has been working to create a better environment for local women and future members of the workforce.
Nicholas Rilley, Butterfield It is striking how Google has gone from being a company with “don’t be evil” in their code of conduct, to one...
According to documentation recently received from the Department of Immigration, there are approximately 350 expatriates holding Residency and Employment Rights Certificates (RERCs) as the spouse of a Caymanian. We expect this number will increase.
Cayman Islands women are a significant under-used resource that could fuel further growth in the islands economy, according to the keynote speaker at the annual tourism conference last month.
Citizenship by investment and residency by investment schemes are the latest targets of regulators and advocacy groups, as three reports by Transparency International, the OECD and the Green Party in the European Parliament all highlighted abuses of the programs in both Europe and the Caribbean.
Real Vision founder Raoul Pal, who owns a house on Little Cayman, has ambitious plans for his firm, aiming for it to “disrupt” the media industry and replace outlets like CNBC as the financial journalism outlet of record.
Bloomberg economist Carl J. Riccadonna said the current “trade war” was more a “trade skirmish” and that globalization was just slowing. Michael Pettis, professor of finance at Peking University’s Guanghua School of Management, in contrast, believes that we have entered a phase of deglobalization.
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