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Tech giant, Amazon has grown from simple online store for books and CDs to an empire that provides everything from groceries to home security systems. A man from Tuscumbia Alabama was in shock when a woman urine sample was shipped...
Amid a flurry of allegations and bombshell reports that he tried to secure roles for an actress he allegedly had an affair with, Warner Bros Chairman and CEO, Kevin Tsujihara will step down from his position at the company. WarnerMedia announced...
Badgalriri is on the roll! Barely 24-hours after Shawn "Jay-Z" Carter was named the first Hip Hop's billionaire, Forbes has named Pop star Rihanna the richest female musician in the world! According to Forbes, the 31-year-old Pop icon from Barbados has an...
As part of efforts to cushion the economic hardship caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari approved the employment of 774,000 workers a few months ago. Under the program, Nigerian unskilled workers will earn N20, 000(equivalent of $52)...
Japan Friday started testing the fastest-ever shinkansen bullet train with projected speeds of as much as 249 miles (400 kilometers) per hour. Test runs of the 10-car bullet train began on Friday May 10, between Japanese cities of Aomori and...
Forbes has released its annual world’s richest list, and 13 of them out of the 2,153 people listed are blacks. This is an increase from 2018 that had 11 blacks on the list. The list shows that the U.S. has...
Popular video conferencing company, Zoom Communications is now valued more than the combined market capitalization of seven of the world’s largest airlines As coronavirus pandemic continues to sweep across the world, the demand for teleconference has skyrocketed as companies around the world...
Social networking site Twitter said on Thursday it will roll out new rules for politicians and government officials with more than 100,000 followers. “There are certain cases where it may be in the public’s interest to have access to certain...
Aliko Dangote has revealed that at 61, he is not getting any younger and is willing to take a new wife. Speaking with David Piling in a Financial Times interview, "Lunch with FT," monitored by The Cable, the multi-billionaire, who is Africa's richest...
On February 28, approximately 3,200 lbs. of cocaine, with an estimated street value of $77,000,000, was seized at the Port of New York/Newark in a joint operation involving U. S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the U. S. Coast...
A stunning video footage captured the terrifying moment Saturday night when up to a billion volts of electricity discharged by the lightning repeatedly struck the world's tallest building in Dubai - the 828 meter-tall Burj Khalifa. Luckily, no damage was...
Few days after asking a question to President Putin during the president’s annual press conference, Russian journalist Alisa Yarovskaya, has lost her job and the reason is unclear. The latest report highlights the difficult role Russian journalists have in holding...
A Kenyan woman was on Tuesday arrested by Kenyan police three months after she allegedly stole a cell phone in a makeup shop and disappeared. The woman pretended to be buying makeup products. According to the owner of the cell...
If you don't have a birth certificate, no excuse. Even Ugandan cows will soon be getting their own. Lol Uganda’s Minister for Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries, Vincent Ssempijja, Tuesday said that government would start issuing birth certificates to cows...
Spain has returned coronavirus testing kits ordered from China for the second time, after claiming that the second batch is also faulty, Dailymail reported. The testing kits were manufactured and shipped to Spain by Chinese company Shenzhen Bioeasy to replace the...
Cameroon has banned the exportation of cereals, including millet and corn, to Nigeria as a food security measure after a production drop. Cameroon blamed the continued threat from Boko Haram terrorists as the cause of the decrease in food production...
An Oklahoma judge on Monday August 26, ordered drug manufacturing giant Johnson & Johnson to pay $572 million in a landmark opioid trial likely to reverberate in lawsuits across the nation. The case was closely followed across the nation...
The U.S Wednesday joined many other countries in grounding Boeing Co’s money-spinning 737 MAX aircraft  over safety fears after an Ethiopian Airlines plane crash that killed 157 people. The Trump administration cited new satellite data and evidence from the scene...
Trouble seem not to be ending anytime soon for the Human Resources Regional Manager of  Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority, ZESA. Christopher Tendekayi Mundembe who is already facing sexual harassment court case suffered another blow after romantic pictures of him frolicking...
Tech giant, Amazon announced on Wednesday that the company will be delivering packages to its customers via drones in just “within months.” Amazon said the new drone will operate like a helicopter. It will take off and land vertically and is...
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