Archive for February 20th, 2015

Information boss cannot call back released data

Information boss cannot call back released data

| 20/02/2015 | 8 Comments
(CNS): As the Office of the Information Commissioner (ICO) begins an enquiry into the recent release of a swathe of data relating to work permits, officials confirmed that the ICO cannot step in to resolve disputes over personal information until Cayman has a data protection law. Jan Liebaers, the [...]

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Legal wrangling stalls CNB trial

Legal wrangling stalls CNB trial

| 20/02/2015
(CNS): The case against four men accused of a daring armed daylight robbery, in which over half a million dollars was stolen from Cayman National Bank, was bogged down in legal troubles this week. A catalogue of issues surrounding the crown’s key witness, among other problems, has delayed progress [...]

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Cooler weather cuts CUC profits

Cooler weather cuts CUC profits

| 20/02/2015 | 2 Comments
(CNS Business): Power consumption was down 3% for the last quarter of CUC’s financial year due to cooler weather, the firm said yesterday as it released its figures for the three months ended December 31. But the monopoly power provider and its shareholders are not out of pocket, since a grow [...]

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Contract clause spells trouble for career progress

Contract clause spells trouble for career progress

| 20/02/2015 | 54 Comments
(CNS): In an increasingly tough job market junior employees are facing a new hurdle in their efforts to find work with the worrying enforcement of ‘non-compete’ clauses in contracts, making it more difficult for young workers to switch jobs. Concerns have been raised that the issue is not only [...]

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