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DOES YOUR DRESSING DETERMINE YOUR SOCIAL STATUS?

DOES YOUR DRESSING DETERMINE YOUR SOCIAL STATUS However, without limiting our scope to Nigeria alone, does the way we dress determine who we are and the position we occupy in the social circle? Let us not decide hastily. Let us go on a journey of discovery to be sure whether …

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Tuesday, August 20 Stephblog giveaway winners

Thank you all for participating today. Winners are to be picked each day until Friday. The participant with the highest point will be announced on Friday. Today’s winners are: Micheal              –3points Smart                 –2points Adeola Adedeji  –1point Congratulations …

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Maurizio Sarri: Juventus coach treated for pneumonia

Sarri signed a three-year deal at Juventus this summer Former Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is being treated for pneumonia. The 60-year-old Juventus coach spent Monday morning at the Italian club having missed a weekend friendly against Triestina because of what was initially thought to be flu. After feeling unwell, further …

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‘My Instagram got hacked and I lost my business’

Image copyrightBORESA KOTOMAHA model wearing clothes by Boresa Kotomah, designed by Bree Kotomah Twenty-three-year-old Bree Kotomah almost gave up on a burgeoning career in fashion design when hackers compromised her business’s Instagram account in November 2018. “Unfortunately, at the time I ran everything on Instagram, so when that was gone, …

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Corporate leaders scrap shareholder-first ideology

Jamie Dimon, head of banking giant JP Morgan, chairs Business Roundtable One of the US’s most powerful business groups has abandoned the shareholder-first idea that has driven capitalism for decades. The Business Roundtable said the pursuit of shareholder interests is no longer the central purpose of corporate America. Companies should …

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US delays Huawei trade ban for another 90 days

Image copyrightGETTY IMAGES The US Commerce Secretary, Wilbur Ross, has confirmed a ban on Chinese technology giant Huawei will not come into force for another 90 days. The US blacklisted the company in May because of national security concerns. Huawei was then granted a temporary permit in order to ease …

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Lightning strike ‘partly to blame’ for power cut

Image copyrightPA MEDIATrain passengers were guided by torchlight at some stations during the power cut A lightning strike and the sudden loss of two large electricity generators caused nearly a million people to lose power in England and Wales  earlier this month, an interim report has found. The National Grid outage …

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Would you accept a loss to keep your money safe?

Image copyrightGETTY IMAGES Some of the world’s biggest investors are so worried about the future of the global economy that they have taken the extraordinary step of paying for governments to look after their cash. They are nervous about a no-deal Brexit and the ongoing trade war between the US …

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Why US firms are desperate to retain ageing workers

When Roger Klug told his employer he was retiring, there was a shiver of panic among the bosses. Now 70 years old, Mr Klug is in his 47th year at Alexandria Industries, an aluminium company in rural Minnesota. After almost five decades manufacturing industrial products for such diverse industries as …

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Can you guess who?

Welcome to Stephblog giveaway SEASON 2, DAY 3 Man City drew Tottenham 2-2 on Saturday,Gabriel Jesus scored  a goal disallowed by VAR. A similar situation happened in April, City needed a goal to secure passage to the last four of the Champions League in their second leg encounter with Spurs …

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