Enhancing our productivity, cultivating our potential
One of the greatest challenges facing leadership globally is raising the productive capacities of their people. Organisations and nations are in need of free minds and steady hands ...
Juliet Ehimuan-Chiazor: Profile of a humble achiever
It’s a giant-sized technology behemoth spread all over the world and of course, filled with the male head honchos, but in Google’s Nigerian office, a woman is leading the pack and she is obviously doing well.
Google partners AWLO to train women
The Lagos State Chapter of African Women In Leadership Organisation (AWLO) has partnered with Google to train women from various businesses and professions in digital skills.
Spontaneous deregulation tests regulatory gaps in the digital economy
To fill the regulatory gaps in the digital economy, these behemoths have resorted to what could be referred to as spontaneous deregulation.
US stocks rise as US growth estimate lifted
Wall Street stocks rose early higher Friday as a government report modestly upgraded the estimate for first-quarter US economic growth.
Google ads take aim at people on the move
Google on Tuesday unveiled redesigned ad products aimed at catching eyes on mobile devices and enticing people with nearby offerings at just the right moments.
Apple falls below $90 to 2-year low; Google now largest company
Shares of Apple sank below $90 for the first time in nearly two years Thursday, ceding the title of the world's largest company by market valuation to Google.
Nairobi, Lagos, Capetown To Host Google UX Masterclass 2015
DESIGNERS from the Google’s UX team will be visiting Sub-Saharan Africa to conduct a hands-on user experience masterclasses in Nairobi from April 27 to 28; in Lagos from May 1 to 2; and in Capetown from May 5 to 6. Application for participation closes on April 4.