Please apply now! - Execs warn youths to get competitive for scarce summer jobs - Early applicants have best chances, says Scotiabank official
Jamaica's top human resource and business executives are warning students that jobs this summer will be much scarcer than before, and those that are available will be going to the youths who are most competitive. "For the summer job programmes that are out there...
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PM receives report on chartered flight incident
Prime Minister Bruce Golding has received a written report from the police on their investigations into the circumstances surrounding the arrival, at the Norman Manley International Airport, of a private-chartered aircraft from Cuba on Thursday night, May 14...
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Compensation revolt - Shell's rebel shareholders look for change
A leader of the shareholder revolt against pay and bonuses at Royal Dutch Shell said Wednesday that his group hopes the 'no' vote to the company's compensation practices will inspire changes in company policies...
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- Bank of America raises billions from shares sale
Windies looking to atone in ODIs
LEEDS, England (CMC): West Indies will try to salvage something from their tour of England when they start a three-match one-day international series today at Headingley.West Indies would have been disappointed after they meekly surrendered...
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EDITORIAL - The Manley airport hoax
Mr P.J. Patterson, the former prime minister, and the Digicel executives with whom he returned by private jet from Cuba are perhaps lucky that they escaped the manacles and being hauled off to jail, or worse, in the high-comedy farce that opened at the Norman Manley airport...
LETTER OF THE DAY - The role of government
The Editor, Sir: The recent debate on the role of government in my view misses the point in its entirety. In his famous book, An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith outlined three important government functions...
Island Records and the Jamaican connection
NEXT WEEK, Island Records marks its 50th anniversary with a series of events in the United Kingdom. The musical highlight will be a five-day concert featuring some of the acts who helped make Chris Blackwell's company arguably the most successful independent record company...
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The many moods of wine
WESTERN BUREAU: "Wine is like a woman who changes with the occasion, changes with her mood," said Cuba-born sommelier Jorge Miranda, as he unveiled the many moods of wine produced from thousands of hectares of the Antinori vineyards in Italy...
Intelligent mobile shopping
Based on the research and work of Ryan Brown (MSC computer science - UWI)History and FiguresAccording to a 2007 GS1 white paper, over the last 10 years mobile phones have changed the way that we live and work.