JPMorgan Chase & Co, Malabu Oil, Dan Etete, Oil scandal, ENI, Shell

JP Morgan responds to FG’s Malabu court case

The Federal Government's suit against JPMorgan Chase & Co has been described as a claim with no real prospect of success by Rosalind Phelps, a lawyer for the American multinational investment bank.
Poor African demand pulls Indian rice price   

Poor African demand pulls Indian rice price   

The prices of Indian rice have dropped due to the poor demand for the commodity from Africa.
Lev Leviev

Why Court wants company owned by Israeli billionaire liquidated immediately

A court in Zambia has ordered the immediate and compulsory liquidation of Frango Finance Ltd, which is owned by Israeli diamond billionaire Lev Leviev.
David Malpass, World Bank

Meet Trump’s possible nominee for World Bank President

President Donald Trump of the United States of America (USA), will this week, nominate Senior Treasury Official, David Malpass, to lead the World Bank....
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. 
Uber to ban low rated passengers from its services Kate Parker writes on Uber blog

As Uber plans to ban low-rated passengers, here’s how to avoid that

@Uber now believes that the customers are not always right. In line with this, the car hailing company plans to ban disrespectful riders. Click link for details...
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.
Godwin Emefiele, CBN, Of rice and milk, CBN spends N231.2 billion to print banknotes in 6-year, up by 105% 

CBN clears air on Diaspora Remittances, official inflows $2.6bn not $26bn 

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has disclosed that the official inflows of the remittances of Nigerians living abroad to the country was $2.6 billion and not $26 billion
Messi emerges highest paid Sportsman on earth; here is how

Messi emerges highest paid Sportsman on earth; here is how

The latest report released by Forbes shows that Lionel Messi of Barcelona claims the top spot with a significant yearly pay of $127 million which covers $92 million salaries and $35 million endorsements.
Live and work in Canada

Canada’s 2018 population growth consisted of 61% immigrants

Canada's population grew by over half a million people (528,421 people), as many nationals, including Nigerians, troop to the North American country in search of greener pastures.
Top women

The global beauty industry is making billionaires out of female entrepreneurs

Makeup and skincare products continue to rank among the most contemporary essentials used by women all over the world, as they continue to explore options that would help to enhance their skins and images. 
Safaricom market share, Raila Odinga calls for boycott of Safaricom, Kenya election

Kenya’s biggest telco is losing market share, and it’s all political

The largest telecommunications provider in Kenya, Safaricom, is losing its grip in the East African country's telecom industry, and it's all political.
Watch as Bill Gates and Warren Buffet light up customers' faces at a restaurant

Watch as Bill Gates and Warren Buffet light up customers’ faces at a restaurant

Melinda Gates, the Co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and wife of the second richest man in the world, recently shared a heart-warming video of Bill and Warren Buffet selling burgers and blizzards at a restaurant.
MultiChoice suspends sack of 2000 employees, MultiChoice to sack 2000 employees, MultiChoice, Naspers, Johannesburg Stock Exchange

MultiChoice gets listed on JSE and here’s why Naspers is not making money out...

MultiChoice hit a market capitalisation of 42 billion rand ($3.03 billion) after debuting on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE.
More worries for Boeing as US lawmakers question workers over fatal crashes 

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.
Behold! World largest airport terminal

Behold! World largest airport terminal 

Chinese president, Xi Jinping, has commissioned another international airport in Beijing with a terminal billed as the world’s biggest. 
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.
Boeing new flaw discovered on 737 Max plane, Honeywell International Inc, Boeing 737 Max order, Boeing 737 Max 8, Ethiopian Airlines crash, Lion Air crash, Airbus, The New York Times, Boeing Pilots, Countries ban Boeing, Air Peace crash, Business News Nairametrics, Ethiopian Airlines and Lion Air crash

Crashes drag down orders for Boeing-737 MAX in Q1 2019

The orders for delivery of @Boeing 737 Max models is beginning to drop following the recent air mishaps that involved the plane model. The company recorded zero demand of the Max model in Q1 2019.

Facebook’s Co-founder revealed something about Libra that should interest Emefiele

One of Facebook Co-founders, Chris Hughes, has come out to sound the alarm over Facebook's new cryptocurrency Libra.
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.
Eden Hazard

Real Madrid set to make a fortune from Harzard’s signing

Eden Hazard finally signed with Real Madrid after spending close to 7 years at Chelsea where he won two Premiership titles, two Europa cups, one FA Cup title and a host of awards

Multinational company, Naspers, appoints first black female CEO

One of Africa's biggest and most valuable companies, Naspers, recently appointed a female Chief Executive Officer, the first in the history of the company.
Emmanuel Macron, SMEs, Choose Africa, Startups Africa

President Macron launches €2.5bn initiative to support African SMEs

Through a new initiative called "Choose Africa", the French Government will contribute towards the development of the African continent.
Apple Macbook Pro

U.S. Airline regulators ban Apple laptops on flights

Air passengers can no longer board flights with selected MacBook Pro Laptops in the United States due to a recent ban by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Jim Ratcliffe may buy Chelsea

Britain’s richest billionaire may acquire Chelsea FC for N1.2 trillion

British billionaire, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, may succeed Roman Abramovich as Chelsea FC's owner. Ratcliffe had held talks over the potential takeover.
Saudi Aramco

Oil prices spike after Saudi Aramco facilities suffer drone attack

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.
Econet wants to bring hybrid power solution to Nigeria

Econet wants to bring hybrid power solution to Nigeria

The quest to solve Nigeria's perennial power problem has gotten a boost as two energy companies have entered into an agreement to bring a hybrid power solution to Nigeria and other African countries.

Shoprite optimistic amid worst first-half performance

Shoprite Holdings see some positives outcome despite recording its worst first-half performance in more than a decade.

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.

Canada admitted over 92,000 immigrants through Express Entry in 2018

Canada's immigration system keeps improving as the country admitted more than 92,000 new permanent residents through its Express Entry system in 2018.