British billionaire, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, may succeed Roman Abramovich as Chelsea FC's owner. Ratcliffe had held talks over the potential takeover.
After its acquisition of PET plant in Egypt last year and in Nigeria this month, Indorama Ventures plans to invest $5.5 billion in its various ventures.
Chinese billionaire and co-founder of Alibaba Group, Jack Ma, believes it's about time people begin to work fewer hours.
A court in Zambia has ordered the immediate and compulsory liquidation of Frango Finance Ltd, which is owned by Israeli diamond billionaire Lev Leviev.
Donald Trump called on OPEC to lower oil prices because the world cannot handle a hike.
Globally, Nigeria has just been ranked as the third country with the highest number of Express Entry invitations to Canada in 2018. According to the yearly report just released by the Canada Government, India is dominant, followed by China and then Nigeria.
The El Sharara Oil Field in Libya has recommenced operation after a three-month siege by militants shut down operations.
Through a new initiative called "Choose Africa", the French Government will contribute towards the development of the African continent.
Brian Hartzer, CEO of Westpac, has been asked to step down on December 2nd, 2019, over issues regarding a money-laundering scandal.
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.
The world's most dominant social networking company, Facebook, has announced that come 2020, it will be unveiling its own cryptocurrency known as Libra.
Companies are boycotting YouTube again after evidence shows that the video streaming site is facilitating the activities of a paedophiles.
Several oil-rich nations (Nigeria inclusive) may face looming financial crises as Oil price declined to a 4-month low of $61.99 p/b on Friday, May 31, 2019. This low price was last recorded in February this year.
Although the full report of the Ethiopian Airlines (@flyethiopian) crash is not expected until next year, there are indications that @Boeing will begin to receive orders and deliver the @Boeing 737-Max models before the end of 2019.
The Canada government has resumed the bi-weekly Canadian Permanent Residency draws, as it invited 6,700 candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residence in just one month.
The world’s largest shipbuilding group, valued at the sum of $112.2 billion, has been inaugurated in China.
The facilities of Saudi Aramco suffered setback early Tuesday morning after explosive-laden drones attacked two pumping stations belonging to the state-owned oil company.
Ever wondered what it would be like to have lunch with Warren Buffett, the fourth-richest person in the world? That would make for a very exciting adventure, not to talk of the many business lessons you would surely learn while at it.
Qatar Airways had ordered 20 MAX jets and is committed to buying a further 40. It has taken delivery of five of the aircraft.
One of Facebook Co-founders, Chris Hughes, has come out to sound the alarm over Facebook's new cryptocurrency Libra.
Australia has joined the league of countries with currency blunders after it was discovered that millions of currency notes printed by the country's central bank, Reserve Bank of Australia (@RBAInfo), carried a typographical error.
Ethiopian Airlines' CEO, Tewolde GebreMariam, said the company will keep close ties with U.S. plane maker Boeing, despite a tragic crash just over two weeks ago.
According to credit ratings agencies, Saudi Aramco has outstripped Apple Inc., Alphabet, among others, to become the world's most profitable firm in 2018.
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.
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.
The path to extinction seems to be the route on which the famous Social Security Trust Fund of America is on as at moment.
The Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, will retain his voting power in the company after reaching a divorce agreement with his wife, MacKenzie.