Investigators sifting through hacked Appleby data have alleged that the firm facilitated tax avoidance on the import of private jets by the wealthy, according to the Isle of Man. In a bid to protect its reputation ahead of potentially embarrassing revelations in Appleby leaks media coverage, the Isle of Man has been talking to the…...
Law firm Appleby is refusing to entertain any questions following reports of a leak of confidential data from its computer systems. Several questions put to Appleby have gone unanswered. But Bermuda Police Service last night confirmed that no complaint about the breach has been filed with them – despite Appleby’s statement this week that the…...
Law firm Appleby has been subject to a data breach and is now in crisis mode as UK media prepare to expose highly confidential client data and details of offshore structures it has facilitated. Appleby has denied any wrongdoing – on its part or that of its clients. According to information reaching Politica, and confirmed…...
Think Media is delighted to announce that ThinkFest 2017 continues at the Bermuda College’s North Hall Lecture Theatre on Sunday October 22 with The Mathematics of Invading Fish, Hostile Bacteria and an Election – a talk by Kevin Minors. An overview of his recently completed PhD thesis at the University of Bath, Minors’ talk will reveal […]
Think Media is delighted to announce that ThinkFest 2017 continues on Sunday October 15 with Set Us Free – Bermudians during the Humanitarian Revolution – a talk by Clarence Maxwell, PhD. Dr Maxwell’s presentation will outline how Bermudians contributed to the end of slavery debates as well as the demands for equality. It will build on […]
Tax reforms recommended by regional experts would increase the take home pay of 90 percent of Bermuda’s workers, end state funded energy subsidies and phase out concessions for hotels, retailers and restaurants. All this while generating an estimated $145 m in additional annual revenue by 2018 according to an analysis tabled in the House of […]
Last week Friday was my first time sitting in the House of Assembly, and what a day that was. Being a student of Bermudian politics for the last 15 years and listening to the House religiously, and hearing some of the shenanigans by grown adults while real issues that affect Bermudians were being put to […]
Lawyers for Freddie Evans are heading to court over his purported dismissal as Education Commissioner and have demanded retractions of media reports that he has been dismissed. Unofficial reports that Evans was about to be relieved of his duties came to a head yesterday when various media reported that Permanent Secretary Valerie Robinson-James had sent […]
Think Media is delighted to announce that ThinkFest 2017 continues on Sunday October 8 with Nguvu – the bedroom, the classroom and the ballot box – a talk by lawyer Eugene Johnston. Grounded in research and experiential learning, Johnston’s presentation will examine our responsibility as adults, offer a searing critique of the structure of our […]
Think Media is delighted to announce that the fourth ThinkFest 2017 event takes place on Sunday September 17 with Towards a Cure for Cancer: Targeting bad cells through splicing – an interactive lecture by biochemist Carika Weldon, PhD. The event is to be co-hosted by 15 year old BHS first year IB student Kameron Young. […]