Coca-Cola's market demand in Nigeria shoots revenue to € 1.41 in Q1 2019

Coca-Cola’s market demand in Nigeria shoots revenue to € 1.41 in Q1 2019

Growth in Nigeria has increased Coca-Cola HBC AG's net sales revenue to € 1.41 billion in Q1 2019, up from €1.35 billion in Q1 2018.
Canada

Applications for Canadian Permanent Residency hit 21,200 in just 3 months

Data has shows that the number of invitations issued for Canadian permanent residency hit 22,200 in the first quarter 2019.
Masai Ujiri

Nigerian basketball executive Masai Ujiri brings victory to Toronto Raptors

From being an unpaid NBA scout to leading the Toronto Raptors to their historic NBA championship win in 17 years, Masai Ujiri (who is of Nigerian descent), has helped make history in far away North America. 
Europa League

Over €250 million up for grabs as English teams battle for Europe Silverware

According to the estimated figures earlier released by UEFA, the finalist in both UEFA Champions League and Europa League Cups will scoop over €250 million Prize. #UELfinal
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Oil Prices jump after Trump provides updates on trade-war

Oil prices spiked on Tuesday, erasing earlier losses after the U.S President Donald Trump disclosed that he would meet with the Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G20 summit later this month.
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Coca-Cola to boost earnings in its African bottling unit, halts refranchise

@CocaColaCo has dropped its plan to re-franchise the Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA), saying it will like to retain a majority stake in its African bottling business
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Revealed: Boeing knew of Max’s faulty system and could have prevented crashes

New report has emerged that aircraft manufacturer, @Boeing, was aware of fault on the 737 Max models long before the @lionairgroup and @flyethiopian Airlines crash that claimed the lives of all passengers on board the planes.
Indian Commissioner and NNPC GMD, Refineries, Turn Around Maintenance, Indian companies

Nigeria to handover TAM of refineries to Indian companies

The revitalisation of Nigeria's ailing refineries will be handled by Indian companies, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) made this known during a courtesy visit by a high profile member of the South Asian government.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc

Shell hits $6bn profit for Q1 2019, distributes $3.9bn dividends

Royal Dutch Shell Plc has released its Q1 2019 result. The official earning declaration shows the company made $6 billion profit.
As fears rise over the sustainability of America’s Social Security Fund...

As fears rise over the sustainability of America’s Social Security Fund…

The path to extinction seems to be the route on which the famous Social Security Trust Fund of America is on as at moment.
Canada

Canada invites 41,800 Permanent Residency Candidates in 6 months

The latest draw by the Canadian Government has taken the total number of Candidates invited to apply for the Canadian Permanent Residency to 41,800 in the first half of 2019.
Airbus unveils world's longest single-aisle airliner; the Airbus321XLR

Airbus unveils world’s longest single-aisle airliner; the Airbus321XLR

Aircraft manufacturer, Airbus, has unveiled the design for the Airbus321XLR, the world’s longest-range single-aisle airliner. 
Andre Iguodala joins Jumia board of directors

Popular NBA star Andre Iguodala joins Jumia’s board of directors

American basketball star, Andre Iguodala, has been announced as the newest members of Jumia's Board of Directors.
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Boeing’s aim to beat rival, Airbus, led to Boeing 737 Max 8 crashes

Engineers were pushed to submit technical drawings and designs at roughly double the normal pace. Consequently, a production that was slated for six years was built months later.
Qatar Airways back Boeing 737-Max 8, Qatar Airways Airbus, Ethiopian Airways crash, Lion Air crash, MCAS

Qatar Airways joins list of Boeing 737-Max 8 supporters

Qatar Airways had ordered 20 MAX jets and is committed to buying a further 40. It has taken delivery of five of the aircraft.
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Winter is here! See the cost of producing Game of Thrones’ finale episodes

Following the return of Game of Thrones (@GameOfThrones) to the small screen, the figures budgeted to shoot each episode have been disclosed.
YouTube Boycott

Companies are pulling their ads from YouTube in a boycott

Companies are boycotting YouTube again after evidence shows that the video streaming site is facilitating the activities of a paedophiles.
Safaricom replaces Bob Collymore with Michael Joseph, Safaricom appoint

Demise of Safaricom’s CEO ushers in a blast from the past

The death of Safaricom's Bob Collymore made the position of Chief Executive Officer vacant on Monday, but the telecommunications company has seen a replacement in 73-year-old former CEO who changed the fortune of @SafaricomPLC between 2000 and 2010.
Kenya Airways

Like Air Peace, Kenya Airways is sticking with Boeing 737-Max 8

Kenya Airways is planning to order up to ten of the planes at an estimated cost of $1.2 billion (Sh120 billion).
London Stock Exchange

Why the London Stock Exchange is scouting for potential African listings

The London Stock Exchange (LSE) is on the road, scouting for potential new listings from African countries, including Nigeria.
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Air Peace’s 737 Max order blocked by politics as Boeing struggles to get certification

Nigeria's airline operator, @flyairpeace is currently caught in the web of global politics while trying to expand its fleet. Just like its contemporaries in the aviation industry, the company ordered for @Boeing 737 Max before the Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines deadly crashes, but four months in, the Max model is still not certified air worthy, and it's all down to politics.
MultiChoice, DStv

Naspers divests from MultiChoice

Naspers Limited is spinning off from MultiChoice, as part of a plan to refocus its business model as a global tech firm.
Indian seafarer

The implications of India’s recent ban of its seafarers off Nigeria’s waters

India’s Director-General of Shipping, Capt Anish Joseph, has banned seafarers of Indian origin from working in various coastal states jurisdiction in the Gulf of Guinea.
London Stock Exchange- Ecobank Transnatonal

Ecobank celebrates successful issuance of $500 million Eurobond on the LSE

The London Stock Exchange (@LSEGplc) played host to @GroupEcobank today, June 7, 2019, after a successful listing of the Eurobond on the LSE's main market.
Isabel dos Santos

Africa’s richest woman almost got fired again

The richest woman in Africa, Isabel dos Santos, almost got removed from her postion as Chairwoman of the Board of Angola's telecom company - Unitel. 

Richard Branson teaches best ways to become a good business leader

According to Richard Branson, the most important thing to do when running a company is to always bear in mind that a company is made up of a  group of people.
Jony Ive leaves Apple, Jony Ive's replacement

The designer who created iMac, iPad, and iPhone has left Apple

Jony Ive began his career as a designer of toilets and toothbrushes before taking up a job at @Apple in 1992. However, he was just a mere designer until Steve Jobs invested in his innovative ideas.
OPEC Cut: Nigeria defies Quota, increases crude oil production

OPEC Cuts: Nigeria defies quota, increases crude production

Nigeria has defaulted in the agreement reached by the Organization Petroleum Exporting Country (OPEC) to cut crude oil production.
Norwegian Air, Boeing 737 Max 8

More troubles for Boeing as Norwegian Air demands compensation for grounded flights

Norwegian Air is demanding compensation for the grounding its 737 Max 8 jets.
Donald Trump-oil prices

Trump gives branding advice to Boeing as company struggles with public perception

The President of the United States of America, @realDonaldTrump, has advised American plane manufacturer, @Boeing, on how to overcome the current negative public perception regarding its airplanes.

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See the best Nigerian mobile banking apps in H1 2019

See the best Nigerian mobile banking apps in H1 2019 #Banking #Apps
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Nigerian Millennials have figured where to invest their money

This why Nigerian Millennials will rather invest in cryptocurrency and ponzi scheme.
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Although Nigeria’s inflation “dropped” in June, Nigerians aren’t just feeling it

As Nairametrics reported yesterday, released yesterday by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) released its consumer price index which revealed that Nigeria's inflation rate dropped to 11.22% last month.