TSTT employee wins lawsuit against company after accident

A TSTT em­ploy­ee, who was se­ri­ous­ly in­jured in a car ac­ci­dent due to faulty brakes on the com­pa­ny's ve­hi­cle, has scored a mi­nor le­gal vic­to­ry in his lengthy le­gal bat­tle for com­pen­sa­tion.

De­liv­er­ing an oral rul­ing at the Hall of Jus­tice in Port-of-Spain, ear­li­er this week, Ap­pel­late judge Prakash Moo­sai dis­missed an ap­pli­ca­tion from the State-con­trolled com­pa­ny to tem­porar­i­ly set aside the as­sess­ment of com­pen­sa­tion due to Ja­son Bal­bosa.

40,300 phones idle in Miami warehouse as $500m TSTT deal goes sour

An ex­plo­sive in­ter­nal re­port at the Telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions Ser­vices of T&T (TSTT) has de­tailed and raised ques­tions about an over $500 mil­lion deal gone sour.

News of this deal comes against the back­drop of the dis­missal of more than 500 work­ers over the past month, with high op­er­a­tional over­heads be­ing giv­en as the rea­son be­hind the move.

Guardian Me­dia has found that the mis­man­age­ment of a US$84.1 mil­lion deal with CT Mi­a­mi was raised be­cause it al­leged­ly breached sev­er­al of the com­pa­ny’s cor­po­rate poli­cies.