Nigeria To Be Investigated By The International Criminal Court

Nigeria To Be Investigated By The International Criminal Court | Business

On December 11, 2020, the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced the conclusion of the preliminary examination of the situation in Nigeria. The preliminary examination was opened on November 18, 2010, following several communications received by the Office of the Prosecutor.

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Elon Musk has warned his planned $44bn deal to buy Twitter will not move forward until the company's chief executive publicly shows proof the platform has less than 5% spam accounts.

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Some private companies are keeping tabs on employees with systems that may rely on questionable behavioral science foundations.

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Pay fell by 1.2% between January and March but the jobs market remained buoyant.

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Real wages have dropped by 1.2% as regular pay growth fails to keep up with soaring inflation, according to the latest official figures.

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The move follows a public letter to the supermarket giant claiming farmers would go out of business.

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The company now expects sales to fall due as supply-chain disruptions and retail slowdowns take a toll.

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Microsoft’s CEO is promising to boost employee compensation amid continued low unemployment across the U.S. and high inflation.

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The ruling, which found the 2018 law violated the state constitution’s equal protection clause, marked the second legal setback in as many months for efforts to mandate board diversity.

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The chief executive of Ryanair Holdings took aim at the planemaker’s sales team and its 737 MAX delivery schedule and said the company needed to reboot its commercial-aircraft division.

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The electric-vehicle startup said the pricing dispute could impact production of an electric van ordered by Amazon.

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Power-grid operators are pushing older coal- and gas-fired plants to keep running to bolster electricity supplies, raising concerns about maintenance levels and fair compensation.

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Disagreements over legislation designed to boost U.S. competitiveness against China are clouding its prospects in Congress, as lawmakers enter a period of make-or-break negotiations.

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New York Fed chief reiterates the central bank is moving aggressively to lower inflation and he expects that inflation will moderate next year.

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JetBlue launched a hostile takeover attempt for discount carrier Spirit Airlines, after Spirit rejected JetBlue’s $3.6 billion offer in favor of an existing deal with Frontier Airlines.

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The ability of Lordstown Motors to stay in business for at least another year remains in doubt until it secures more funding and its market value rises, its finance chief said after the electric-truck maker sold its factory to raise cash.

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The company will sell its business in Russia, joining a raft of Western companies leaving as the war in Ukraine continues. It expects to post a charge of between $1.2 billion and $1.4 billion in connection with the move.

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Everyone in the UK is feeling the pinch from rising prices, but the pain is not being felt evenly.

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As tensions build over Northern Ireland, concerns of a trade war between the EU and UK have surfaced.

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Fuel poverty charity warns that low income households will wait longest for £150 council tax rebate.

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The company said if the agency approved reopening the plant, production could resume and store shelves would be restocked within several weeks.

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Twitter's chief executive has hit back after Elon Musk put his deal to buy the platform "on hold" over concerns about fake user accounts.

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The founder of Cazoo, the British-based digital car-buying service, has staked another seven-figure sum on a recovery in its valuation after a precipitous share price collapse.

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Andrew Bailey says he could not have foreseen events such as the war in Ukraine that are driving prices higher

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The former Federal Reserve chair warns that the U.S. could be headed for a period of 1970s-style “stagflation.”

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Investment bank Goldman Sachs will no longer cap paid leave for its senior staff and partners.

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Authorities moved quickly to censor videos and photos that showed students at Peking University demonstrating.

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The carrier made a tender offer valued at $3.2 billion, and said it was willing to pay more if Spirit cooperated with an acquisition.

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The Ukraine war means operating in Russia is no longer "consistent with McDonald's values", the firm says.

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It is the first Russian nationalisation of a major foreign business since the invasion of Ukraine.

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Michael O'Leary warns high demand for European beach holidays will mean price rises.

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In the three years since the television industry’s biggest companies pitched their shows to advertisers in person at the so-called upfronts, the entertainment industry has been flipped on its head.

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Ofgem says a review every three months would allow households to benefit sooner from falling prices.

Source: | 16. 05. 2022 08:08:51 | Business

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Source: | 16. 05. 2022 07:57:59 | Business

Europe's largest airline has reported an easing in annual losses but warned its return to profitability remains clouded by "fragile" demand despite discounting fares to stimulate custom.

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Evidence of China's economic slowdown came as authorities unveiled plans to lift Shanghai's lockdown.

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A stronger U.S. dollar could help the Federal Reserve hold down the cost of imported goods.

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The Amazon founder blames Democrats’ stimulus packages for rising prices.

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People who agreed to buy homes under construction but haven’t yet closed are facing mortgage-interest rates that could be nearly double what they anticipated.

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U.S. officials and allies around the world are looking to establish friendly supply routes for key goods amid a war and global pandemic.

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Social media has grappled with phony accounts for years, raising questions about why Tesla CEO Elon Musk is talking about them again now.

Source: | 16. 05. 2022 05:41:16 | Business

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