Showing posts with label Business. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Business. Show all posts

Sunday, September 4, 2016

Here's Why Nigeria's Economy Just Entered a Recession

Image result for NIGERIA  ECONOMIC GRAPH FOR 2016Nigeria's economy has entered a recession amid falling oil prices and production. Kevin Daly of Aberdeen Asset Management, based in London, said Nigeria oil production has been declining, which has contributed

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Anger in the Delta keeps oil majors quiet - and Nigeria's crude offline

Anger in the Delta keeps oil majors quiet - and Nigeria's crude offline
LONDON/LAGOS - Oil companies and even Nigerian officials are losing faith in a deal anytime soon with militants who have slashed the nation's oil output, casting doubt on a production recovery in what is typically Africa's largest oil exporter.

Monday, May 23, 2016

Manhunt after millions stolen in hours-long Japan ATM heist

Manhunt after millions stolen in hours-long Japan ATM heist
TOKYO — A manhunt is underway for criminals who looted millions from Japan’s cash machines nationwide in an hours-long heist, officials and reports said Monday (May 23).

Monday, April 4, 2016

Trump’s prediction of ‘massive recession’ puzzles economists

Trump’s prediction of ‘massive recession’ puzzles economists
WASHINGTON — Mr Donald Trump’s prediction that the US economy was on the verge of a “very massive recession” hit a wall of skepticism on Sunday (April 3) from economists who questioned the Republican presidential front-runner’s calculations.
In a wide-ranging interview with the Washington Post published on Saturday, the billionaire businessman said

Sunday, April 3, 2016

Nigeria's oil company offers to discuss revenue retention claims: NRGI

Nigeria's oil company offers to discuss revenue retention claims: NRGI
LAGOS - Nigeria's state oil company has offered to talk to an international watchdog that says it failed to hand over billions of dollars in oil revenues despite government promises to tackle mismanagement and corruption.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

U.S. succeeds in cracking Apple's iPhone, drops legal action

U.S. succeeds in cracking Apple's iPhone, drops legal action
SAN FRANCISCO - The U.S. Justice Department said on Monday it had succeeded in unlocking an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters and dropped its legal case against Apple, ending a high-stakes legal battle but leaving the broader struggle over encryption unresolved.

Saturday, March 26, 2016

Take Your Business To The Next Level

We build you a website in 5 days, you pay on delivery. Yes, you read right. Any website type at a flat rate of ₦30,000 (Thirty thousand Naira only). You can get your job started and completed with a refundable deposit of ₦5,000 – and the balance paid right on delivery. If in the never-yet-occurred event, you don’t like our work, your deposit will be completely refunded. It’s a promise.

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Starting ‘bikini’ airline may create Vietnam’s latest billionaire

Starting ‘bikini’ airline may create Vietnam’s latest billionaire
Photo: vietnamairlines-kv.com
 HANOI — Vietnamese Nguyen Thi Phuong Thaomade her first million at 21 trading fax machines and latex rubber. Almost a quarter of a century later, she’s poised to become Southeast Asia’s first self-made woman

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Apple's robot rips apart iPhones for recycling

Apple's robot rips apart iPhones for recycling
Apple Vice President Greg Joswiak introduces the iPhone SE during an event at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California. Photo: Reuters


Apple Inc on Monday unveiled a robotic system called Liam to take apart junked iPhones and recover valuable materials that can be recycled, such as silver and tungsten.

Sunday, March 20, 2016

Crude prices fall from 2016 highs as U.S. oil rig count rises

 Crude prices fall from 2016 highs as U.S. oil rig count rises


NEW YORK - Crude oil prices settled lower on Friday after the U.S rig count rose for the first time since December, renewing worries of a supply glut after an output freeze proposal helped boost the market to 2016 highs and multi-week gains.

Friday, March 18, 2016

U.S. prosecutors, Apple to bring witnesses to hearing on locked iPhone

U.S. prosecutors, Apple to bring witnesses to hearing on locked iPhone
Picture illustration of a 3D printed Apple logo seen in front of a displayed cyber code. Photo: Reuters


WASHINGTON - The U.S. government and Apple Inc will be able to cross-examine the other's witnesses in a court hearing next week on whether the technology company must help federal investigators unlock an encrypted iPhone tied to one of the San Bernardino killers, Apple said.

Cuba offers olive branch ahead of Obama visit but slams embargo

Cuba offers olive branch ahead of Obama visit but slams embargo
U.S. 100 dollar notes are seen at a bank in this picture illustration in Seoul. Photo: Reuters


HAVANA - Cuba made a rare gesture of reciprocity to the United States on Thursday, three days before a historic visit by U.S. President Barack Obama, but the olive branch was wrapped in spiky rhetoric against decades-old economic sanctions.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Man in Manila gets $30 million cash from cyber heist; Bangladesh central bank governor quits

Man in Manila gets $30 million cash from cyber heist; Bangladesh central bank governor quits
Bangladesh's central bank Governor Atiur Rahman talks during an interview inside his office in Dhaka. Photo: Reuters
DHAKA/MANILA - Bangladesh's central bank governor resigned on Tuesday over the theft of $81 million from the bank's U.S. account, as details emerged in the Philippines that $30 million of the money was

Oil prices fall as oversupply concerns mount again

Oil prices fall as oversupply concerns mount again
Worker grabs a nozzle at a petrol station in Tehran. Photo: Reuters


TOKYO - Oil prices fell in Asian trade on Monday, extending losses from the session before as concerns start to take hold that a six-week recovery will peter out as markets remain oversupplied.

Apple fight could escalate with demand for 'source code'

Apple fight could escalate with demand for 'source code'
An Apple logo is seen at the entrance of an Apple Store in downtown Brussels. Photo: Reuters
 SAN FRANCISCO - The latest filing in the legal war between the planet’s most powerful government and its most valuable company gave one indication of how the high-stakes confrontation could escalate even further.

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

101 Ways to Promote your Blog & get more visitors

Darren Rowse Case Study
According to data referenced in a recent piece in the New York Times, titled “Blogs Falling in an Empty Forest”, approximately 95% of blogs fail; the piece, that analyzed several failed and “retired” bloggers, to understand why they quit, came to the conclusion that many blogs fail due to lack of readership.
Luckily, I’ve grown some blogs into 500,000+ monthly visitors (see image below) and I’ve literally tried every method on the the internet. However, I want to let you know that it didn’t happen overnight and it took a lot of testing, failing and starting all over again.