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Grand Cayman | Perfect for the On-the-Go Tourist

As the largest of the three Cayman Islands, there is certainly no shortage of things to do in Grand Cayman. Whether on dry land, underwater, or even from the air, there are countless ways with which to enjoy Grand Cayman's numerous treasures.

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Business Professionals Author Books

Expert in CEO Succession Dennis Carey, who is Vice Chairman of Korn/Ferry International, has authored numerous articles and books on the subject of executive recruiting. As a leader in the industry, Carey’s publications offer tips to aid in the difficult process of selecting a new chief executive officer.

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Cold Weather Cripples Air Travel

Cold Weather Cripples Air Travel

The chaos in the nation’s air travel system worsened on Monday as a wave of frigid weather forced airlines to cancel thousands more flights, stranding passengers from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to Los Angeles. Compounding the issue, at least for one airline, were new regulations requiring more rest time for pilots that began at the beginning of the year. JetBlue Airways said the combination of bad weather and the new Federal Aviation...

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Celebrating 50 Years of Worldwide Artistic Exchange

Celebrating 50 Years of Worldwide Artistic Exchange

The U.S. Department of State is perhaps most famous for international relations efforts on a global scale—from navigating peace treaties, to promoting fair and free elections, the Department of State’s agenda is broad in scope and reach. Nestled within the Department of State is the Office of Art in Embassies (AIE), a cultural powerhouse that promotes the arts on a global level through artist exchanges and events. AIE is also...

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Herbert Allen Family Donations Benefit Prep School

Herbert Allen Family Donations Benefit Prep School

At Hackley School, in Tarrytown, New York, one donation will create a big impact. Herbert Allen, a successful investor, and father of Herbert A Allen (class of ’58), served as a trustee of the school for 37 years, and honorary trustee for an additional six years until his death in 1997.

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Colleges Expand Online Presence

Colleges Expand Online Presence

Today, even colleges are using the power of search and social media in an attempt to woo prospective students. Many colleges, which traditionally relied solely on campus visits and in-person information sessions, are now expanding their online presence in an attempt to reach out to more students. The admissions departments of many colleges can now be liked on Facebook and followed on Twitter. Other online techniques like blogs, virtual information sessions, and online “campus tours” are becoming increasingly common. The goal is to allow all students, even those who are international or may not be able to physically visit a campus, to gain a better understanding of a school’s environment.

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New York City Buildings Go Green

New York City Buildings Go Green

The Big Apple is raising the bar on environmental standards, as a growing number of businesses make conscious efforts to go green. As new buildings are developed, construction workers and business owners can work together to ensure buildings are LEED certified. However, even among existing buildings, owners are working with contractors to change existing measures and become LEED certified as well. The Empire State Building is one such project, headed by Anthony Malkin. Two years ago, the building went through a $20 million renovation, which reduced energy usage by over 35 percent, and saved roughly $4.4 million per year. Now more than ever, building owners are able to see going green as a business imperative—something that can provide a competitive advantage that helps the company’s bottom line and is socially responsible as well.

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Justin Bieber on Social Media

Justin Bieber on Social Media

If it wasn’t for social media, Justin Bieber’s recent album Believe might not have sold as many copies as it did or earn as much money as it did. Bieber earned $108 million over the past two years, and the future is looking bright. Bieber believe he owes a lot of his success to Facebook and Twitter, which he used to spread the word of his latest album and upcoming concerts to his 22 million followers. “Social media helped...

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