In a bid to improve safety on its social media site, Facebook has announced that it would employ 1,000 more London-based staff.
Netflix seems to be doing really well as the company’s 2019 fourth-quarter results show it has added 8.8 million subscribers.
Airtel Africa Plc announced that it had gone into partnership with Western Union to provide a reliable mobile money service for its customers.
Several internet customers have continued to experience slow internet, as poor internet speed continues to impede banking transactions.
The Comptroller-General, NCS, retired Col. Hameed Ali, has said customs officers would henceforth be asked to declare their assets every year.
Nigerian tech startup, Paga, has acquired Ethiopian-based software development firm, Apposit.
The Pension Fund Administrators have increased investments in infrastructure to N40.52 billion, according to the latest PenCom's monthly report.
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has established a garment factory, Heritage Apparel, in Abeokuta, Ogun State.#Obasanjo #NIKEARTGALLERY
Weeks after Lekoil Limited was submerged in a loan scam, the company has secured a postponement agreement to keep its shares
Access Bank's Chief Executive Officer, Herbert Wigwe, has sold 28.86 million shares worth N297.82 million, which represents 2.33% of his stakes in the bank. The transaction, which was done through Trust Capital Limited, was disclosed in a notice filed at the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
The stock exchange market traded negatively on Tuesday as the all-share index dipped 0.83% to close at 29,462.76 index points.
In order to bridge the gap between funding and SMEs, business experts at the Nairametrics 2020 Economic Outlook discussed factors discouraging investors and proffer solutions
The IMF released its Global Economic Outlook where the fund announced it expects global growth to slow in 2020 to 2.9% (World Bank – 2.5%).
President Donald Trump may consider his travel ban to Nigeria, Burma, Belarus, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Sudan and Tanzania. A source in the White House disclosed.
Flutterwave has disclosed expansion plans to Francophone and northern Africa as it raises a $35 million Series B round.
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has disclosed that 45,347 incidents of pipeline explosion had occurred in the last 18 years.
Afreximbank has pledged $500 million for the production and trade of African cultural and creative products over the next two years.
Blueprint Consulting has denied its involvement in a scheme organised by one of its partners through which 354 forex trade investors were defrauded of N574.2 million.
PricewaterhouseCoopers has enumerated important areas the Federal Inland Revenue Service, under Muhammad Nami, should be focusing on.
The World Bank has forecasted that Nigeria’s economy will further slowdown in 2020 with a growth of 2.1% amidst several policy uncertainties. On the other hand, the IMF disclosed that Nigeria’s economy will continue its sluggish trend. #IMF #WORLDBANK
Two fintech companies in Africa, MFS Africa and Frontclear, have secured $3.2 million worth of investments from FSD Africa Investments.
FG has exempted about 20 basic food items and some other transactions/items from the new 7.5% Value Added Tax (VAT) set to kick off on February 1.
The Co-CEO of Konga, Prince Nnamdi Ekeh has disclosed how the company made it into becoming a clear leader in the competitive e-commerce market.
FG is working with all relevant stakeholders in the electricity sector to establish an equitable rate in the perspective of payers and investors.
NANTS has called on the ECOWAS Heads of State and Government to address the issues of trade barriers and corruption at the borders. #ECOWAS #NANTS
British firms have announced commercial deals worth over £6.5 billion across the African markets. This was disclosed at the opening of the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London on Monday
Financial experts and analysts say structural imbalances like revenue shortfall, development in the global oil market and CBN policies among others pose very bleak outlook for the economy.
Continental Reinsurance Plc has reverted to a private limited liability company after two decades of operating as a public limited liability company.