Chamber of commerce holds yearly meeting
The International Chamber of Commerce Nigeria (ICCN) will hold its yearly general meeting and the introduction ceremony for new members on June 14, 2018, in Lagos.
Berger Paints shareholders endorse N144.9m total dividend
For increasing shareholders’ value on investment through dividend payout, shareholders of Berger Paints Plc, at the weekend, commended the board for enhancing their returns on investments...
The economic story of football jerseys
It was when Henry Ford visited a meat packing (abattoir) factory in Chicago that the solution to his long running headache came to him. He saw meat come along on an overhead...
The gravity of the Nigerian situation
In the run up to the 2015 elections, the former governor of the Central Bank, Prof. Charles Soludo, published what turned out to be a prophetic article.
‘Dominance of foreign investors not good for stock market’
Capital market experts have expressed concerns on the volatility and spill over effect caused by over dependence on foreign investors in the nation’s stock market.According to them, the major reason for the depressed state of the market is due to sell down by foreign investors that play dominant role in the nation’s bourse.
Investors transact $1.7b at I&E window
Transactions at the nation’s autonomous foreign exchange market- the Investors and Exporters (I&E) Window, hit a record $1.7 billion in one week, despite relative losses by the local unit across segments.
SEC charges business owners on corporate governance
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Nigeria has restated the need for business owners in the country to embrace corporate governance as a desirable option to grow enterprises, improve shareholders’ funds and profitability on a sustainable basis.
May & Baker gets approval to raise N3b new capital, sale of asset
May & Baker Nigeria Plc will soon launch its much-awaited rights issue as shareholders of the healthcare company, at the weekend, approved the increase in the authorised share capital of the company to N3 billion.
Microsoft, First Bank partner to empower small businesses
Microsoft and First Bank of Nigeria Limited are collaborating to empower and create an enabling environment for small businesses, as a way of furthering technology adoption, skills and capacity development amongst Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria.
Ecobank, Kwara partner on e-governnace solutions
Ecobank has entered into a strategic partnership with the Kwara State Government and South Gate Technologies on land administration.This move, aimed at blocking revenue leakages, entails the computerisation of the end-to-end processes of all land related matters in the state as opposed to the manually driven system.