Carnival's Fathom Cruise To Cuba Set To Make A DifferenceA week away from the first scheduled cruise to Cuba, Carnival Corporation's Fathom Adonia pulled back into port following its weekly voyage to the Dominican Republic.
Cuba Changes Course, Will Allow Native Born On Cruises To IslandGet ready to set sail to Cuba, no matter where you were born. Cuban media is reporting that Cuban-Americans born in Cuba will be allowed on Carnival's cruises to the island beginning April 26th, according to CNN.
Coral Gables Calling On Carnival To Reconsider Cuban-Born PolicyCoral Gables commissioners are calling on Carnival to reconsider their voyage to Cuba amid a controversial policy.
Gimenez: Carnival Corp. Violating Human Rights Code With Cuban-Born PolicyMiami-Dade County's mayor is speaking out over Carnival Corporation's decision not to allow people born in Cuba to travel to the island on one of the company's cruise ships.
Lawsuit Filed Against Carnival Over Restriction Of Cubans Traveling To IslandA lawsuit has been filed against Carnival Corporation following news that people born in Cuba will not be allowed to travel to the island on one of the company's cruise ships.
Cruise Set To Travel To Cuba Needs More TestingA cruise set to travel to Cuba next month is facing some problems.
Carnival Cruises To Expand To ChinaCarnival Cruise Lines is expanding to China.
Carnival Donates $5 Million To Big Brothers Big SistersBig Brothers and Big Sisters of Miami has found an even 'bigger' brother in Miami-based Carnival Corporation.
Suit: Fire Risk Known Before Carnival's Triumph SailedWas it a disaster waiting to happen? Recently obtained court documents have revealed some new information regarding the troubled voyage of the Carnival Cruise Ship Triumph where 4-thousand passengers were stranded aboard what’s now known as the “poop cruise” after a debilitating fire knocked out the ships power.
Heat & Carnival Pledge $1 Million To Philippines ReliefThe Miami Heat and team owner Micky Arison’s company Carnival Corporation have pledged to donate at least $1 million to support relief efforts in the Philippines in the wake of Super Typhoon Haiyan.
Arison Steps Down As Carnival CEO; Remains ChairmanOne day after celebrating his team’s second straight NBA Championship, Miami Heat owner Micky Arison is in the news again Tuesday. It’s not related to the Heat; instead it’s his other job that has him making waves in the business world
Carnival Asks Court To Dismiss Lawsuits From Triumph PassengersCarnival Corporation is asking a court to dismiss lawsuits filed by passengers who suffered days of difficult conditions aboard the Triumph cruise ship earlier this year.

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