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HEWLETT PACKARD : MILITARY $124,920 Federal Contract Awarded t...

By Targeted News Service WASHINGTON , Oct. 1 -- Caribbean Island Information Technology LLC , Frederiksted, Virgin Islands , won a $124,920.43 federal contract from the U.S. Army , Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico , for the maintenance of ... 4 Traders, 46 minutes ago
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Pirates film heading for Queensland

The fifth instalment of the Pirates of Caribbean will be filmed in Queensland. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales will be shot at locations including the Gold Coast, Great Barrier Reef and tropical rainforests in the far north, ...
 Sky News Australia8 hours ago Pirates film heads to Aussie  The Press NZ10 hours ago Pirates film heading for Qld: Brandis  MSN New Zealand11 hours ago Armed neighbours charged in pirate attack  Daily Times13 hours ago

Pirates Sequel to Film in Australia as Currency Fall Cuts Cost

Walt Disney Co. (DIS) will make its fifth Pirates of the Caribbean movie in Australia , as a weakening local currency makes it cheaper to film in the nation where installments of Star Wars and The Matrix were shot. The Jerry Bruckheimer-produced ...
 Bloomberg8 hours ago 'Pirates of the Caribbean 5′ To Shoot in…  Variety11 hours ago Pirate franchise Qld bound  Yahoo! News Australia1 hour ago Rags to riches Disney earns £170m in tax breaks as UK film industry grows  Big News Network2 hours ago

Volume Spike Detected in Shares of Royal Caribbean Cruises as They Move Lower on 1.5x Above-Average Volume (RCL)

(Financial News Network On) The price of Royal Caribbean Cruises shares has slipped to $65.15 (a 3.2% change) on heavy trading volume. Today's volume of 1.7 million shares tops the average 30-day volume of 1.1 million shares. Spikes in volume can ...
 Individual.com18 hours ago Potential Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) Trade Targets 2.78% Return  Individual.com19 hours ago Uptrend Call Working As Royal Caribbean Cruises Stock Rises 22.0% (RCL)  Individual.com21 hours ago Commit To Buy Royal Caribbean Cruises At $52.50, Earn 7% Using Options  CEOWorld Magazine21 hours ago
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CARIBBEAN-POLITICS-Taiwan makes bid for observer status at UN Climate Change Convention

ST. GEORGES, Grenada, Sept 30, CMC The Grenada government says it will not seek to influence the outcome of a referendum on the island's constitution scheduled for February next year. ...
 Caribbean News Agency18 hours ago CARIBBEAN-POLITICS-Belize, Bahamas identify top priorities in UN General Assembly Debate  Caribbean News Agency1 day ago Latin American, Caribbean nations at UN highlight unique challenges, climate change woes  United Nations1 day ago Latin American Caribbean nations at UN highlight unique challenges climate change woes  Big News Network1 day ago
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LATAM and Caribbean to raise solar capacity by 9 GW in 5 yrsPosted on 02 Oct 2014

Latin America and Caribbean region is expected to install approximately 9 gigawatts (GW) of solar projects over the next five years, according to the latest NPD SolarbuzzEmerging PV Markets Report. Of this, 1 GW of projects are already under ...
 Greentech Lead2 hours ago Latin America and Caribbean region to install 9GW of solar PV within 5 years, says Solarbuzz  DigiTimes Taiwan1 day ago Peru's President says development must align with core UN Charter principles  Sify5 days ago Leaders form Latin America, Caribbean region urge action to erase inequality, spur development  Sify1 week ago
Financial Mail

OGILVY & MATHER AFRICA: Ready to lead from behind

Mentioned in this Article FM Edition: OGILVY & Mather's (O&M) new Africa CEO hopes her Caribbean heritage will make her more sensitive to African needs and allow her to avoid the colonial attitude often adopted by overseas executives. Nadja ...
 Financial Mail5 hours ago

Aguadilla available for Riviera del Caribe; leave options open for better use of Roosevelt Roads

With a November deadline looming for the government to choose a developer to transform the former Roosevelt Roads Naval Station in Ceiba into a tourism Riviera, the administration of Gov. Alejandro García Padilla ought to stop and consider moving ...
 Caribbean Business Online6 hours ago

Jack's coming ... and bringing $100m with him

"PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: ON STRANGER TIDES" JOHNNY DEPP is the unscrupulous but freedom-loving Captain Jack Sparrow. Ph: Peter Mountain Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Source: Supplied PREPARE yourselves me hearties ... Captain Jack ...
 Brisbane Courier-Mail - Central9 hours ago
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Pirates of the Caribbean movie confirmed to film in Queensland

Yo ho, yo ho, a pirate's life for Queensland. The worst-kept secret in Australian showbiz has been confirmed, with the announcement that the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean film will be shot in the state in 2015. Screen Queensland chief executive ...
 WA Today11 hours ago Pirates movie confirmed for QLD  Melbourne Age11 hours ago Pirates movie confirmed to film in QLD  Sydney Morning Herald11 hours ago
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