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08:55

Sometime, somehow, Sony will release 'The Interview'

Sony Pictures lawyer David Boies said Sunday on “Meet the Press” that “The Interview” will be released, but offered no details as to how or when. “Sony only delayed this,” Boies said. “Sony has been fighting to get this picture distributed. It will be distributed.


08:46

Moto X (2nd Gen) 32 GB in India for Rs 32999

After rolling out the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for its Moto X (2nd Gen) users in India, Motorola Mobility has now launched the Moto X 32GB variant here. The the device will be priced at Rs 32,999 for the base variant and Rs 34,999 for the wood finish and ...


08:41

Sir Elton John and David Furnish's simple but classy wedding menu

Elton John and David Furnish treated guests to simple winter fare, perfect for a Christmas wedding – and provided their wine from the same Tuscan winery where George Clooney married earlier this year. The starter of wild mushroom soup – which people ...


08:23

US Considers Putting North Korea on Terror Sponsor List

President Barack Obama said the United States is reviewing whether to put North Korea back onto its lists of state sponsors of terrorism following the cyber-attack on Sony Pictures, which U.S. officials blame on the communist nation. Speaking on CNN's State ...


08:20

New York police shootings: 'Watch what I'm going to do' gunman tells onlookers ...

The New York gunman who shot dead two police officers before killing himself allegedly boasted to onlookers: “Watch what I'm going to do,” just moments before the attack. Yesterday, US police officers were studying 28 year old Ismaaiyl Brinsley's activity on ...


08:13

Instagram is worth $35 billion

When Facebook bought Instagram for $1 billion in April 2012, the price tag came as a shock to many. A little more than two years later, Citigroup said Instagram is worth $35 billion, a number that the bank called “conservative” in a research note on Facebook issued Friday. It is another piece of good news ... The post Instagram is worth $35 billion appeared first on citifmonline.


08:13

Instagram is worth $35 billion

When Facebook bought Instagram for $1 billion in April 2012, the price tag came as a shock to many. A little more than two years later, Citigroup said Instagram is worth $35 billion, a number that the bank called “conservative” in a research note on Facebook issued Friday. It is another piece of good news ... The post Instagram is worth $35 billion appeared first on citifmonline.


08:01

Tensions Rise After Officers Slain

Police-community relations, already strained by nationwide protests over the deaths in recent months of unarmed black people at the hands of white officers, grew even more fragile Sunday in the wake of the assassination-style slayings of two New York City ...


08:00

‘GH¢411m agric budget not enough’...ood security at risk

SEND-Ghana has criticised government’s GH¢411million planned spending on the agricultural sector next year, describing it as “inadequate” to guarantee food security in the country. The policy research and social enterprise advocacy think-tank argues that resources allocated to the agric sector are “simply not enough” to turn around fortunes of the dominant economic sector in terms of increase in food production and economic empowerment of smallholder farmers who depend on the sector for


08:00

Teacher fired for taking kids on a ride in car trunk

A middle school teacher in Oklahoma has been fired after school officials say she put students into her car trunk to run an errand. Heather Cagle, who taught at Wells Middle School in Catoosa, allegedly packed 11 of her students into her Honda Accord last October for a trip to Walmart for snacks, according to ... The post Teacher fired for taking kids on a ride in car trunk appeared first on citifmonline.


08:00

Teacher fired for taking kids on a ride in car trunk

A middle school teacher in Oklahoma has been fired after school officials say she put students into her car trunk to run an errand. Heather Cagle, who taught at Wells Middle School in Catoosa, allegedly packed 11 of her students into her Honda Accord last October for a trip to Walmart for snacks, according to ... The post Teacher fired for taking kids on a ride in car trunk appeared first on citifmonline.


07:56

Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen) 32GB variant launched in India for Rs. 32999

Motorola today launched the 32GB variant of its Moto X (2nd Gen) smartphone in India. The new variant is now officially available online through Flipkart with a price tag of Rs. 32,999. With this new arrival, the price of its 16GB variant has been slashed by Rs.


07:43

‘Businesses on life support’

Akin to losing a vital organ in the body and relying on emergency treatment, businesses in the country say they are on life support due to the chronic power crisis. Government, they say, must find the money by whatever means and help the VRA to purchase crude oil -- especially now that prices have plummeted -- to power generating plants. “For lack of investment and prudent planning we find ourselves where we are,” said Nana Osei-Bonsu, Director General of the Private Enterprise Federation (PEF)


07:38

Tunisia Election: Marzouki refuses to accept defeat

Tunisia’s caretaker President, Moncef Marzouki has refused to accept defeat in the country’s  first free presidential election. Although official results of the elections are due to be announced later on Monday, exit polls seem to suggest that Marzouki’s opponent, Beji Caid Essebsi had won. Mr Marzouki is quoted by the BBC as saying the election ... The post Tunisia Election: Marzouki refuses to accept defeat appeared first on citifmonline.


07:38

Tunisia Election: Marzouki refuses to accept defeat

Tunisia’s caretaker President, Moncef Marzouki has refused to accept defeat in the country’s  first free presidential election. Although official results of the elections are due to be announced later on Monday, exit polls seem to suggest that Marzouki’s opponent, Beji Caid Essebsi had won. Mr Marzouki is quoted by the BBC as saying the election ... The post Tunisia Election: Marzouki refuses to accept defeat appeared first on citifmonline.


07:36

Major insurance companies racing to insure Africa's growing middle class

A growing middle class in sub-Saharan Africa is enticing European and South African insurers to buy local firms focusing mainly on life insurance and pensions, in the face of mature markets and strong competition at home. Rapid economic growth in countries such as Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria has increased the number of people with money to spend on insurance to protect their wealth, while regulatory changes are encouraging the growth of domestic savings and pensions. Several major companies, including


07:35

07:25

RCBs urged to focus on supporting rural poor

Mr. Kwadwo Aye Kusi, Managing Director, ARB APEX Bank Limited, has re-echoed the need for Rural Community Banks (RCBs) not to lose sight of their core mandate of engaging in financial intermediation to ensure capital formation and retention among rural dwellers. He said RCBs must concentrate on deposit mobilisation and make credit available to the rural populace who are mostly engaged in various small-scale trading and business activities. Thus, they [RCBs] will be fulfilling their mandate and objective

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