During a crucial moment in the pivotal Game 3 of the NBA Finals, an immaculately dressed man is furiously pacing in the bowels of Oracle Arena checking his smartphone.
He’s usually too nervous to watch the game courtside or up in a suite. After all, it was his calculated high-risk, high-reward moves that got the Raptors here in the first place. Eleven months ago Masai Ujiri, Toronto Raptors president of basketball operations, stunningly traded away his best player, and then shockingly fired his head coach, who ironically was named the league’s coach of the year....
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Blockchain combined with cloud can revolutionise how organisations manage and acquire resources Reports estimate that the cloud services market will reach a whooping US$411 billion by the year 2020. This exponential growth is largely owing to the constant rise in demand for cloud-based services. The recent massive adoption of cloud-based server applications and mobile apps […]
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OPay, an Africa focused mobile payments startup founded by Norwegian browser company Opera, has raised $50 million in funding. Lead investors include Sequoia China, IDG Capital, and Source Code Capital. Opera also joined the round in the payments venture it created. OPay will use the capital (which wasn’t given a stage designation) primarily to grow […]