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23 Jul 2016
The world's major economies need to deepen cooperation on tax collection and information sharing as companies seek to minimise the amount they pay to governments, finance ministers said Saturday.
22 Jul 2016
South Korea's anti-trust agency is investigating Google for alleged abuse of its market dominance, a report said Thursday, a week after the EU filed anti-trust charges against the US tech giant.
17 Jul 2016
Google CEO Sundar Pichai hit back Sunday at accusations that the global internet giant failed to pay enough taxes in Europe, and warned of the potential fallout from Britain leaving the EU.
13 Jul 2016
Google said Wednesday its efforts to fight online piracy have yielded $2 billion paid out to copyright holders whose content is shown on its YouTube platform.
6 Jul 2016
Google on Wednesday announced a deal to buy Moodstocks, a French startup behind the technology that helps smartphones recognize whatever they are aimed at.
3 Jul 2016
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 ...
2 Jul 2016
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.
1 Jul 2016
Cyber criminals are looking to cash in on the fast running out IPv4 addresses. IPv4 is still popular because it routes most Internet traffic today despite the ongoing deployment of successor protocol IPv6.
25 Jun 2016
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.
17 Jun 2016
To fill the regulatory gaps in the digital economy, these behemoths have resorted to what could be referred to as spontaneous deregulation.
27 May 2016
Google announced plans Wednesday to open a Detroit-area technology center for its self-driving car program.
27 May 2016
Wall Street stocks rose early higher Friday as a government report modestly upgraded the estimate for first-quarter US economic growth.


6 mins ago
The Federal Government has increased the tax on cigarettes by 30 per cent as part of its control measures against public health. Minister of State for Health, Olorunnimbe Mamora, disclosed this on Tuesday while delivering his remark at the launch of the Tobacco Control Data Initiative Dashboard in Abuja. A 2012 Global Adult Tobacco Survey…
15 mins ago
Nollywood actress Regina Daniels has welcomed her second child. The actress shared a black and white maternity photography of herself in a maxi black tube dress and pearl necklaces. She captioned the photo, “June 29th is indeed a blessed date for me and my family…. With so much joy in my heart, I announce the…
27 mins ago
US health authorities said Tuesday they were immediately releasing 56,000 doses of monkeypox vaccine -- five times the number distributed so far -- to areas of high transmission as part of a major escalation of the country's immunization strategy.
54 mins ago
Serena Williams brushed off any talk of retirement on Tuesday by insisting she is "motivated" to play at the US Open later this year despite a shattering Wimbledon defeat.
1 hour ago
Romelu Lukaku said he was "very happy" to be back after the Belgian international striker arrived in Milan on Wednesday ahead of his return to Inter Milan on loan from Chelsea.