Today, most of the products we used to love while growing up and the companies that manufactured them are no more.
When it was established as the LSE in 1960, a lot of people had doubts that the NSE could compete with other developing nation’s exchanges.
Non-Performing Loans in Nigerian banks dropped to a record N1.44 trillion in the second quarter of 2019.
Latest reports have shown that Nigerians are now patronizing Made-in-Nigeria rice and other locally produced food items.
Many Nigerians were shocked by the news that the CBN had ordered the immediate removal of some key directors of eTranzact International.
Nigeria's alarming current account deficit is a possible bellwether for a devaluation if it persists.
CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele, has disclosed that the apex bank would move to further cut the MPR if inflation drops to a single digit.
Nigeria’s top 10 agricultural exports hit N152 billion in half-year 2019
Analysis of top-paying company salaries per staff in Nigeria
The CBN Purchasing Managers’ Index shows that Nigeria’s manufacturing sector slowed down in the month of September 2019.
In Nigeria, foreign workers, who like to be called expatriates, live in the choicest areas and often times, lead some of the biggest firms.
Balogun's decision to quit a high paying job to sell fruits was a rational move because the job did not bring him contentment.
It may surprise you to know that Academy Press Plc, which is one of the oldest and “biggest” publishing houses in the country, is currently valued at less than a million dollars.
The Nigeria Stock Exchange has engaged the collaboration of JP Morgan Chase, to bridge the knowledge gap on derivative instruments.
CBN says VAT IS "too little" and called for "BIG BANG" approach
On this episode of the #ERPodcast, @iamnotjustakuki, @Mr_Abara and @Sammyinfinity examine the impact of the CBN's new cashless policy, the recently set up Economic Advisory Council by President Buhari, and..
The truth is that Afrobeats is not only spreading but is also mutating even in the Queen’s own Country.
Eighty-seven, out of the 170 quoted companies on the Nigerian Stock Exchange failed to pay dividends to their shareholders in 2019.
Recent data obtained from the NBS show that between the first quarter of 2018 and the second quarter of 2019, Nigeria had spent the total sum of N1.03 trillion to import used vehicles and Motorcycles in less than 2 years
Friends and family members that invest in your business want a say in how things are done, investors will want to protect their investment.
A recent report by Coronation Research has rated insurance penetration in Nigeria at 0.31%, which is extremely low.
Data obtained from the National Bureau of Statistics has shown that the Oil Producing States in Nigeria shared N302.8 billion from the federal government through the 13% derivation principle.