The Order is intended to provide the legal basis for a single point of VAT collection in the electricity value chain
Africa50 have approved the expansion of the Board of Directors to include at least half independent directors.
The company is immersed in a serious debt crisis amounting to billions of Naira.
Introduction Speaking with entrepreneurs across all walks of life, one major theme keeps recurring – Nigeria is a difficult place to do business. It appears...
For those choosing between the X and the Xs, we’d definitely opt for the newer iPhone.
The office of the Attorney General (AG) of the Federation has come under intense scrutiny in recent weeks especially due to the controversy surrounding...
There was a time when every discourse about independent radio and TV broadcasting in Nigeria revolved around this company.
Nigerian economy is still very fragile and is now falling from the post-recessional economic recovery it made, especially in the second, third and fourth quarters of 2017.
FIRS was able to grow tax collections by 7.7%.
India overtook Netherlands to become Nigeria’s leading export trading partner.
Customer experience is the impression you leave with your customer.
John Maynard Keynes described Capitalism as “the astounding belief that the wickedest of men will do the wickedest of things for the greatest good...
List of Dividends announced so far in 2018
CBN to disburse collateral-free credit facility to artisans.
Funding this digital evolution shouldn’t be with foreign capital alone.
ETF is an index fund or basket of securities that are listed and traded on the stock exchange.
The Nigerian Stock Market continued its loss-making streak in August closing the first working day in September with a loss of 0.03%. It could...
Guinness Nigeria has released FY18 results showing a 14% increase in net sales
The results showed an improvement in asset quality as credit losses declined y/y by 23%.
The financial inclusion narrative has become an old horse.
The company recently released its third quarter 2018 financial result, and it is abysmal.
Nigeria's external debt stock rose to $22.08bn as at Q2 2018.
A total of about 2,328,183 Nigerians are indebted to deposit money banks in Nigeria as at December 2017. This is according to data from...