Antetokounmpo’s accounts hacked, investigation underway

The Milwaukee Bucks are investigating how hackers gained access to NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo's social media and bank accounts after a series of expletive-laced and racist messages from his account were posted on Thursday.
The messages included disrespectful language toward late basketball star Kobe Bryant and a claim that Antetokounmpo had tested positive for the coronavirus.

Over 450,000 apply to online software training program

More than 450,000 people applied to the Turkish Treasury and Finance Ministry's project to train software developers, according to a statement by the Finance Minister Berat Albayrak on April 30.
"The youth has shown a great favor in our '1 Million Software Developers' project. The number of applicants reached 451,000 in a week time," he said on his Twitter account.

Sotiris Tsiodras: Apologia pro vita sua

By George Gilson

Epidemiology Professor Dimitris Tsiodras' held his daily coronavirus news conference yesterday with an announcer reading the questions of journalists who have been entirely barred  from having a physical or Skype presence in the press room which is to say there are no  follow-up questions to seeks clarifications or

QCM: Akazoo is a ‘castle of cards’

The Quintessential Capital Management fund, whose managing partner Gabriel Grego was instrumental in revealing the true state of Greek jewelry company Folli Follie, has now claimed in a report that music streaming company Akazoo SA will be the next Greek enterprise to crumble. Akazoo, listed on the Nasdaq since last September, is accused of trying to profit at its shareholders' expense.