Minnesota United CEO eyes Johnnies vs. Tommies at new stadium — and drone racing – TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press


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Minnesota United CEO eyes Johnnies vs. Tommies at new stadium — and drone racing
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Chris Wright spent nearly 30 years with the Minnesota Timberwolves — including 13 as president of the franchise — and nearly two decades with the Minnesota Lynx when Minnesota United FC scouted him out as their new chief executive officer. Wright ...

Canadian women ready for FIFA U-17 World Cup opener against Colombia – The Globe and Mail


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Canadian women ready for FIFA U-17 World Cup opener against Colombia
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The regional championship that served as a World Cup qualifier lasted just six games in April in Nicaragua before CONCACAF, the governing body of soccer in North and Central America and the Caribbean, pulled the plug because of violence in the capital, ...

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Reggae Boy Kemar Lawrence named to MLS 2018 Best XI – Loop News Jamaica


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Reggae Boy Kemar Lawrence named to MLS 2018 Best XI
Loop News Jamaica
Jamaica international footballer Kemar Lawrence has been named to the MLS 2018 Best XI. For Lawrence, who has been to two Gold Cup finals and won two Supporters' Shields since joining New York Red Bulls in 2015, this is the first time he has been ...
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Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL) to reach at $137.53 in coming one year period – Voice Of Analysts


Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL) to reach at $137.53 in coming one year period
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This discount could be the result of weak market conditions or overreaction to recent company setbacks. The ideal time to sell a stock is usually when it is trading higher than its target price range or during overheated markets. Royal Caribbean ...

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Cloud Carib Sponsors Grand Bahama Technology Summit

News Americas, NASSAU, Bahamas, Nov. 13, 2018: The Bahamas gears up to host its second annual technology summit this week in Grand Bahama, bringing global experts from tech companies and regional entities to the island of Grand Bahama to discuss digital transformation. Under the theme, “The Future is Now”, Cloud Carib has partnered with this year’s committee to invite key players in the field of technology.  This year’s summit promises to inspire IT professionals, developers, innovators and stakeholders both locally and internationally. The conference which runs November 14th – 16th, will cover a breadth of resources, tools, tips and practical advice from experienced professionals in the information and technology industry.

Cloud Carib’s key global technology partners, VMware, Palo Alto, Oracle, Veeam, RedHat, Cybernetica and Cisco will all be in attendance to present at the summit. These technology leaders will be hosting tech talks and workshops, sharing their knowledge and experience in digital transformation and the technology sector. Many of these experts will be sharing insight into the advantages their products and services provide within the government’s journey to digital transformation when paired with the expertise and global reach of a company headquartered in The Bahamas like Cloud Carib.

“We’re thrilled to be a partnering sponsor of this years’ technology summit. Cloud Carib and the Government of the Bahamas have been working together to lay the foundation needed to transform the government’s ICT infrastructure and establishing the Bahamas as a leader in eGovernment. We look forward to seeing The Bahamas emerge as a technology leader regionally and globally,” said Cloud Carib’s CEO, Scott MacKenzie.

Scott MacKenzie, Cloud Carib’s Chief Executive Officer will be participating in a panel discussion on ‘Transforming the Future of Business’ and Reneldo Russell, Cloud Carib’s Client Delivery Executive of the Public Sector, will be involved in a panel on ‘Disruptive Ideas, Emerging Technologies.’

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CaribPR Wire, NASSAU, Bahamas, Nov. 13, 2018: The Bahamas gears up to host its second annual technology summit this week in Grand Bahama, bringing global experts from tech companies and regional entities to the island of Grand Bahama to discuss digital transformation. Under the theme, “The Future is Now,” Cloud Carib has partnered with this year’s committee to invite key players in the field of technology.  This year’s summit promises to inspire IT professionals, developers, innovators and stakeholders both locally and internationally. The conference which runs November 14th – 16th, will cover a breadth of resources, tools, tips and practical advice from experienced professionals in the information and technology industry.

Cloud Carib’s key global technology partners, VMware, Palo Alto, Oracle, Veeam, RedHat, Cybernetica and Cisco will all be in attendance to present at the summit. These technology leaders will be hosting tech talks and workshops, sharing their knowledge and experience in digital transformation and the technology sector. Many of these experts will be sharing insight into the advantages their products and services provide within the government’s journey to digital transformation when paired with the expertise and global reach of a company headquartered in The Bahamas like Cloud Carib.

“We’re thrilled to be a partnering sponsor of this years’ technology summit. Cloud Carib and the Government of the Bahamas have been working together to lay the foundation needed to transform the government’s ICT infrastructure and establishing the Bahamas as a leader in eGovernment. We look forward to seeing The Bahamas emerge as a technology leader regionally and globally,” said Cloud Carib’s CEO, Scott MacKenzie.

Scott MacKenzie, Cloud Carib’s Chief Executive Officer will be participating in a panel discussion on ‘Transforming the Future of Business’ and Reneldo Russell, Cloud Carib’s Client Delivery Executive of the Public Sector, will be involved in a panel on ‘Disruptive Ideas, Emerging Technologies’.

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