Volkswagen pleads guilty to US emissions charges

Volkswagen has pleaded guilty to three charges as part of a $4.3bn (£3.5bn) agreement with the US regulators over the diesel emissions scandal. The German car maker has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit fraud, obstruction of justice and entry of goods by false statement. VW general counsel Manfred Doess …

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Reports of Microsoft faults globally

There are numerous reports from around the world that various Microsoft services are suffering faults. The firm said it was looking into them. Outlook users, including those with Hotmail addresses, are reporting issues on social media and sites including Down Detector – with some saying their services are now returning. …

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Emirates Airline Recruitment Application Form 2017/2018

Emirates Airline is looking for Nigerians to fill the following positions –basic salary $1153 USD + every flying hour will be paid apart Important! The minimum qualifications interested applicants are : SSCE / -neco / GCE / NCE / ND / HND / BSC / apply applying as an individual and women must …

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Windows 10 to offer update ‘snoozes’

Microsoft will enable Windows 10 users to choose when security updates are installed once they arrive rather than enforcing them straightaway. Users have complained that the reboots required for some updates, which cannot currently be deferred, are disruptive. People using Windows 10 devices will now be able to schedule an …

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Boost your insurance through technology

Just as the telecommunication sector has come to be the fastest growing industry in the world, the same could be replicated in the insurance sector in Nigeria, if the players would leverage on technology to push up the current N400 billion profit. Experts in the information and communications technology (ICT) …

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Mobile payments will soon dominate epayment – Ecobank

Tunde Kuponiyi, Head, Consumer Distribution, Ecobank Nigeria discusses the challenges confronting adoption of electronic payments in Nigeria, expressing optimism that Nigerians will adopt mobile payments faster than other products. NIBSS reported that Nigerians withdrew N4.7 trillion through ATMs in 2016. Why are we will still depending so much on cash …

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