Business

NIGERIA’S DEBT Burden

Nigeria’s Optimism Pushes It Deeper Into Debt

July 15, 2019

By Eromo Egbejule As Nigeria’s debt profile increases, concerns are rising that the central bank is lending more to the government than the country can afford. In January this year, the bank’s own monetary policy committee warned that Nigeria’s debt burden was fast approaching the pre-2005 Paris Club level. The 2005 Paris Club debt relief remains a milestone: […]

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Stock Market Loses N291bn In Four Days

Stock Market Loses N291bn In Four Days

July 8, 2019

Stock Market Loses N291bn In Four Days By Feyisayo Popoola Despite analysts’ predictions that the performance of the nation’s stock market would begin picking up in the second half of the year, investors have recorded losses totalling N291bn in the four days since the second half of the year began. The market, which opened the […]

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Dell Technologies Commits To Driving Nigeria’s Digital Transformation Agenda

Dell Technologies Commits To Driving Nigeria’s Digital Transformation Agenda

July 8, 2019

Dell Technologies Commits To Driving Nigeria’s Digital Transformation Agenda

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As Oando Shareholders Remain in Limbo

As Oando Shareholders Remain in Limbo

June 18, 2019

As Oando Shareholders Remain in Limbo The on-going tussle between the Securities and Exchange Commission and the management of Oando Plc is significantly having negative effects on shareholder value, writes Oluchi Chibuzor Minority shareholders in Oando Plc are presently in an unenviable position. This is as a result of the abrupt suspension of the company’s […]

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Italy Set To Invest In Nigeria’s Transportation Sector

Italy Set To Invest In Nigeria’s Transportation Sector

June 12, 2019

Italy Set To Invest In Nigeria’s Transportation Sector By Okechukwu Nnodim The Italian government on Tuesday announced its readiness to invest in Nigeria’s transportation sector. It also said it would concretise the move to bring Italian companies to Nigeria through the public private partnership platform. The Italian Ambassador to Nigeria, Stefano Pontesilli, disclosed this when […]

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Blackberry Messenger Shuts Down As Owners Blame Lack Of Users

Blackberry Messenger Shuts Down As Owners Blame Lack Of Users

June 4, 2019

Blackberry Messenger Shuts Down As Owners Blame Lack Of Users Consumer version of BBM will cease but app aimed at businesses will continue By Alex Hern BBM, or BlackBerry Messenger, the encrypted messaging service that introduced many to the joys of mobile chat – and was blamed for the 2011 London riots – is finally […]

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Court Halts Sacking Of Tinubu, Boyo As Oando Directors

Court Halts Sacking Of Tinubu, Boyo As Oando Directors

June 4, 2019

Court Halts Sacking Of Tinubu, Boyo As Oando Directors By Joseph Onyekwere, Odita Sunday, Hellen Oji and Yetunde Ayobami Ojo A federal High Court, Lagos has restrained the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) from taking any step concerning its imposition of a fine of N91,125,000.00 on the Group Chief Executive Officer of Oando Plc, Mr. […]

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SEC Warns Nigerians Against New Ponzi Scheme

SEC Warns Nigerians Against New Ponzi Scheme

May 20, 2019

SEC Warns Nigerians Against New Ponzi Scheme By Feyisayo Popoola The Securities and Exchange Commission has raised the alarm over the activities of some online fraudsters, who are currently running an online investment scheme, tagged ‘Loom Money Nigeria’. Loom Money Nigeria is taking over social media by luring young people to participate in a pyramid […]

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Seplat Takes Final Decision On Alternate Export Pipeline

May 20, 2019

Seplat Takes Final Decision On Alternate Export Pipeline By Femi Adekoya and Helen Oji ‘…Investment in gas helped to hedge oil volatility’ The Chairman, Seplat Petroleum, Dr. Ambrosie Orjiako, has said that 2018 operational and financial performance reflected the significantly higher year-on-year levels of production uptime in its core oil producing assets combined with a […]

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5 Powerful Lessons from CEO Moms

5 Powerful Lessons from CEO Moms

May 13, 2019

5 Powerful Lessons from CEO Moms Insights from women who run companies and families. By Elizabeth Yuko If you want good advice, ask your mom. If you want specific tactics for managing numerous aspects of professional and family life while attempting to have some semblance of a social life and maintaining your mental well-being, ask […]

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