Separate tourism from information ministry, Senator Raji-Rasaki tells Nigerian govt
Senator Fatima Raji-Rasaki has asked the Nigerian government to separate Culture and Tourism from the Ministry of Information and Culture.
France fines Google €50 million for EU privacy breaches
The biggest penalty so far under new EU rules was justified by the severity of the infringements of transparency, information and consent, France's regulator ruled. It is a challenge to Google's business model.
Developing Nigeria’s tech space
Ahead of the Africa's Fintech Foundry's planned hackathon, Adeolu Bajomo, Executive Director, Information Technology and Operations at Access Bank joins CNBC Africa for more about it and discuss how Nigeria's tech space can be developed further.
Interview with a Dreamer: Irving Calderon
Irving Calderon, an information-technology analyst at General Motors Co. and a participant in the Deferred Action for Childhood arrivals program, talks about what it means to him.
Yahoo board decides not to award CEO Mayer cash bonus
Yahoo independent committee found that certain senior executives didn’t properly "comprehend or investigate" a 2014 security breach but didn’t find intentional suppression of relevant information.
Trump fires back on bombshell NYT report on campaign's ties to Russia
U.S. President Donald Trump assailed U.S. intelligence agencies on Wednesday for what he said were illegal information leaks and dismissed reports of contacts between members of his presidential campaign and Russian intelligence officials.