CRUISE PASSENGER REMEMBERED
But what actually happened
24 MAY 2013: One of two Australians who plunged from a cruise ship in mysterious circumstances two weeks ago was remembered on Thursday as a hero who died attempting to rescue his girlfriend.
No more wasting away in Atlantic City
24 MAY 2013: Resorts Casino Hotel has one of Atlantic City's newest entertainment attractions. The casino held a grand opening Thursday for Margaritaville, the US $35 million restaurant, bar, and gambling complex that's part of a $70 million expansion and renovation. It was 35 years ago this weekend that Resorts became the first casino in the US to open outside Nevada.
FOR YOUR OWN COMFORT
But cost is an entirely different matter
24 MAY 2013: A Consumer Report survey of 16,000 readers released this week, found only four US carriers that ranked well for comfortable seating—JetBlue, Hawaiian, Southwest, and Virgin America.
LOST AT SEA
Where is the ghost ship
24 MAY 2013: Four months after a Russian cruise ship snapped a tow line and drifted into the North Atlantic off Newfoundland her trail has gone cold. The Canadian Coast Guard says it has received no reported sightings of the Lyubov Orlova since March 12.
Fort Myers and Sanibel continue with VoX
24 MAY 2013: The Lee County Visitor & Convention Bureau (VCB), which represents The Beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel in southwest Florida, has continued its marketing to Canadians by extending its contract with VoX International.
Sandals CEO joins business leaders to promote environmental sustainability
24 MAY 2013: In an effort to promote conservation of the Caribbean’s natural habitat, president of the Sandals Foundation and CEO of Sandals Resorts International, Adam Stewart, attended the Caribbean Summit of Political and Business Leaders in the British Virgin Islands last week.
AN INNOVATION MACHINE
Tips for culture change in your company
24 MAY 2013: The world’s future leaders overwhelmingly believe that today’s businesses can grow only if they can innovate – and that today’s business leaders aren’t demonstrating they’re up to the task.