May 7, 2014
France coach Didier Deschamps mocks Jose Mourinho over sacking as Tottenham manager

France coach Didier Deschamps mocks Jose Mourinho over sacking as Tottenham manager

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May 8, 2014
FG gives condition to lift suspension on Twitter operations

FG gives condition to lift suspension on Twitter operations

The Federal government has given a condition to lift its indefinite suspension of Twitter operations in Nigeria. The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, disclosed this during a meeting with foreign envoys in Abuja today June 7. According to Onyeama, the micro-blogging site will be restored in Nigeria only if the platform can be used “responsibly”. Onyeama said although there is no definite timeline for when it will be restored, the micro-blogging site was suspended so as to stop it from being used as a platform for destabilisation and facilitation of criminality

May 10, 2014
Mariah Carey leaves Jay-Z’s Roc Nation after three years following a “huge fight” between the pair over her future

Mariah Carey leaves Jay-Z’s Roc Nation after three years following a “huge fight” between the pair over her future

Grammy Award winning singer, Mariah Careh has changed management. Mariah Carey parted ways with Jay-Z's management company, Roc Nation after three and a half years and according to The Sun, it came after a “huge fight” between the stars about the future of Carey’s career. “Mariah and JAY had an explosive meeting which did not go well at all,” a source told the Sun. “She has made it clear she wants nothing more to do with him and has called it quits with Roc Nation.” “It is a shame because they had done some great work in the last few years. But this meeting couldn’t have gone much worse,” said the insider.
May 11, 2014
France fines Google 8M for unfair online ads treatment

France fines Google $268M for unfair online ads treatment

France has fined Google £190million after finding the tech giant abused its dominant market position while selling online adverts. French regulators found Google had pushed publishers to use its platforms for selling adverts while unfairly punishing rival platforms, using a range of tactics which included charging ''opaque and variable commission fees. '' Google has agreed to pay the fine and end some of its self-preferencing practices, the watchdog said.