Facebook and Twitter have suspended some accounts over violation of their policies during the hotly contested U.S. elections.
Top tech brands drifted lower, as investors fretted over uncertainty around the COVID-19 pandemic.
At the point when the online media giant comes to Nigeria, it will be its second office on the African landmass.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq ended its two-day losing streak, as deal activity lifted sentiment on the sector.
Leading tech stocks like Netflix, Facebook, Amazon, and Google were all down more than 1%.
Bitcoin has already made significant ground on gold —going from whitepaper to over $200 billion.
The Facebook stock has been showing some upside as the company, diversified its portfolio to include e-commerce.
Stevan Bunnel, former general counsel for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), has been revealed as the Libra Association’s new leading lawyer. Since leaving the...
Peninsula Visa, announced it would be accepting the world’s flagship crypto, Bitcoin as a form of payment for selected passport...
Nigeria’s inflation rate rose by 14.23% in October 2020 as against 13.71% recorded in September 2020
At the black market, the Naira depreciated against the dollar to close at N475/$1 on Monday.
To truly diversify from oil and create proper value, agriculture must give birth to an industry.
Nestlé Nigeria Plc has notified the NSE that Nestle S.A. has acquired 214,924 additional units of its ordinary shares, worth...