This list includes some of the most innovative companies in the world today and it's picked by Nigerians who know their stuff.
Intrigues and competition as streaming services continue to tussle for subscribers.
Tech stocks in the S&P 500 have rallied nearly 16% this year.
Amazon borrowed $10b in cash from investors, and in return Amazon gave the investors an IOU.
Apple, Amazon, and Facebook, all gained more than 3% yesterday, while Microsoft finished slightly higher at about 0.8%, despite COVID-19 induced lockdowns.
Amazon is arguably one of the world’s most innovative companies and in the past week, it has launched its cashier-less “Just Walk Out” systems.
Nigeria is at risk of trade war with the United States as FG says it will impose taxes on technology companies like Facebook, Google.
Google (@Google) has expressed intentions to start providing financial solutions to its customers.
Nigerians can now buy shares in Amazon, Google, and Alibaba, as investment trading platform, Chaka launches in Nigeria.
A recent survey has unveiled Tesla’s Chief Executive Officer and Billionaire, Elon Musk as the most inspirational leader in the tech industry at the moment.