Samsung’s subdued profits reflect fading pandemic electronics surge

Samsung's subdued profits reflect fading pandemic electronics surge

Samsung Electronics has reported a smaller-than-expected operating profit for the second quarter as higher inflation damps consumer demand for mobile phones and other electronic gadgets. The company is bracing for waning demand in response to rapid price rises worldwide following the pandemic-driven surge in the tech sector over the past two years. Operating profit for … Read more

5 best payday loans with no credit check – guaranteed and instant decision in 2022

5 best payday loans with no credit check - guaranteed and instant decision in 2022

No credit check payday loan can be a lifesaver for anyone who cannot cover the cost of something important. Whether you need to pay bills or want to go on a vacation, payday loans with no credit check are what you need. Do you know if there are payday loans with no credit check in … Read more

Repositioning and Offloading Devices Market 2022 Global

Repositioning and Offloading Devices Market 2022 Global

As per Persistence Market Research’s latest revised industry analysis, the global repositioning and offloading devices market was valued at US $ 8.9 Bn in 2020, and is expected to exhibit a CAGR of close to 6% over the forecast period (2021-2031) Patient repositioning and offloading is one of the important methods to change a patient’s … Read more

GSMA reveals 5G spectrum needs for 2030 across bands | The Guardian Nigeria News

GSMA reveals 5G spectrum needs for 2030 across bands |  The Guardian Nigeria News

• Claims thoughtful allocation of spectrum by govt can drive competitive digital marketsThe Global System for Mobile Telecommunications Association (GSMA) has released a new analysis of the spectrum needs of 5G networks across low, mid and high bands. The research delivers a clear vision of the spectrum capacity required to integrate 5G into the lives … Read more

Column: Saudi crude oil price hike set to collide with recession fears: Russell

Column: Saudi crude oil price hike set to collide with recession fears: Russell

Saudi Arabia Shaybah oilfield complex is seen in this aerial view deep in the Rub ‘al-Khali desert, Saudi Arabia, November 14, 2007. REUTERS / Ali Jarekji (SAUDI ARABIA) Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LAUNCESTON, Australia, July 7 (Reuters) – Consider the following to show just how weird global crude oil markets … Read more

Discos vow to battle FG over takeover, restructuring

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The receiver / manager’s nominee of Integrated Energy Distribution and Marketing Company on Wednesday said it was the legal and beneficial owner of 60 per cent (controlling and managing) shareholding interests in the Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company. Also, the management of Benin Electricity Distribution Company Plc said on Wednesday that there was no legal basis … Read more

Meta Outlines Advances in Language Translation, a Crucial Consideration in Furthering Metaverse Connection

Meta Outlines Advances in Language Translation, a Crucial Consideration in Furthering Metaverse Connection

Meta’s looking to advance its language translation tools with the launch of a new ‘No Language Left Behind’ AI model, which can translate 200 different languages, while it’s also open sourcing its translation data to further improve its systems, and democratize technological access. That video is about 3 minutes too long, but the gist is … Read more

How this former Lehman Brothers banker built a pandemic-proof business

How this former Lehman Brothers banker built a pandemic-proof business

Declan Ee always knew he wanted to run his own business. But when he graduated from University College London in 2006, he saw his peers applying for investment banks and decided to give it a try. His first gig? Lehman Brothers. “I liked seeing how businesses worked on a global scale. So that was very … Read more

Sharply higher rates may be needed to quell inflation

Sharply higher rates may be needed to quell inflation

WASHINGTON (AP) – Federal Reserve officials were concerned at their meeting last month that consumers were increasingly anticipating higher inflation, and they signaled that much higher interest rates could be needed to restrain it. The policymakers also acknowledged, in minutes from their June 14-15 meeting released Wednesday, that their rate hikes could weaken the economy. … Read more