Social Media Week Lagos 2020 || The Guardian - Defining and regulating 'Hate speech'
Here is a video highlighting what some of our panelists had to share on defining and regulating 'Hate speech'. The impacts on audience needs and retention.
Social Media Week Lagos 2020 || The Guardian - User experience vs content
Here is a video highlighting what some of our panellists had to share on various tools available to harness user experience as well as repackaging content in ways to enable the audience to connect.
Portuguese banker involved in Luanda leaks hangs himself
Portuguese banker named in at the Luanda leaks, a major-Angolan money-laundering and corruption scandal has died in an apparent suicide at his home.
Germany posts record-breaking budget surplus
Germany ended 2019 with a budget surplus of €13.5 billion. The government wants to spend on infrastructure and other projects, but critics say the money isn't getting where it needs to go.
Belgian town sheds UNESCO status over anti-Semitism row
The town of Aalst was slammed after its famous carnival celebrations featured caricature Jews sitting atop piles of money. City officials say they are sick of the backlash and no longer want to be on the UN list.
Bond maturity worth N233.9bn expected this week
Traders expect the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to conduct an Open Market Operations (OMO) Auction this week due to anticipated inflows. To discuss this and for a focus on Nigeria’s money market, Nnamdi Nwizu, Co-Managing Partner at Comercio Partners joins CNBC Africa.
Following the Money
Caecilia Chu, Co-Founder and CEO of YouTrip and Bin Ru Tan, CEO (Southeast Asia) of OneConnect Financial Technology in conversation with Bloomberg's Diksha Gera at The Future of Data in Singapore on Sept 4th 2019.
France trains Cuban dogs in the art of sniffing cash
French dog training experts teach Cuban Springer-Spaniels how to detect money hidden in vehicles in downtown Havana as the Caribbean country reinforces its fight against money laundering, often associated with drug trafficking.
World's richest families stockpiling cash
360 global single- and multi-family offices were surveyed for the 2019 UBS Global Family Office Report, which was done in conjunction with Campden Research. A majority expect the global economy to enter a recession by 2020, with the highest percentage of gloomy respondents in emerging markets. About 42% of family offices around the world are raising cash reserves. Bloomberg's Tom Metcalf and Lisa Abramowicz speak on "Bloomberg Money Undercover"