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Published:Sunday | May 20, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Mark Linehan, CEO, Digicel Jamaica, checks out the magnificent view he and his staff will have of Kingston, once the Digicel crew moves to new headquarters downtown. The staff toured the building on Wednesday, May 16. - Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer
NCB risk and security expert Richard Patterson demonstrates the types of thorough checks for the security features on credit cards that businesses need to do, at the NCB Merchant Fraud Workshop held at the Negril Golf Club on May 9. Patterson stressed that the checks should focus on the card's security features and not on the cardholder's ID, saying that if the credit card is fake, chances are the ID will also be fake. - Photo contributed by NCB
Tracey-Ann Gutzmore (right) of Gutzmore Concepts pitches her company's products to Oneil Kirlew during the Jamaica Business Development Corporation's 5th Annual Small Business Expo at the Wyndham Kingston hotel on Thursday, May 17. - Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
The CEO and the diplomat: JPS CEO Kelly Tomblin (left) and Celsa Nuño, Spanish ambassador to Jamaica, are seen here at a Jamaica Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Wyndham Kingston hotel in New Kingston on Tuesday, May 15. Tomblin, the guest speaker, stirred up a hornet's nest by challenging the government's electricity liberalisation plan as impractical. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
The PM did say her administration would be business-friendly. Here, Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller (left) is greeted by Thalia Lyn, chief executive officer of Island Grill, just before the launch of the Island Grill Catering Mobile Unit at the fast-food chain's head office on Valentine Drive in Kingston on May 11. - Ian Allen/Photographer
FACE OF THE WEEK: Not sure what's on Milton Sumada's mind but we bet it's a really weighty issue give the deeply furrowed brow. He's seen here with JPS CEO Kelly Tomblin at the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce lunncheon on Tuesday, May 15, 2012. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
The Delta team was out 'en force' at the Palmyra Foundation's 'virtual bidding party' at BlueBeat in Montego Bay for the charity's first online auction on May 4. From left: MBJ Delta Station Manager Olive Brown; Administrative Assistant Georgia Young; and Supervisors Charmain Haughton and Renee Campbell. - Photo by Heidi Zech
The head honchos of COK Sodality captured at the credit union's AGM on May 9 at the Jamaica Conference Centre in Kingston. Seen from left are: Deryke Smith, Jacqueline Mighty, Carol Anglin and Christopher Robinson. - Contributed
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CAPTION: NCB risk and security expert Richard Patterson demonstrates the types of thorough checks for the security features on credit cards that businesses need to do, at the NCB Merchant Fraud Workshop held at the Negril Golf Club on May 9. Patterson stressed that the checks should focus on the card's security features and not on the cardholder's ID, saying that if the credit card is fake, chances are the ID will also be fake. - Photo contributed by NCB