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Investcorp Technology acquires Avira, as software firm gets its first funding in 30 years

Deal: Investcorp Technology acquires Avira, gets first fund in 30 years

Avira has been acquired by Investcorp Technology Partners.
Access Bank N15bn green bond set to be the first cross listing ensuing from NSE-LuxSE partnership, Access Bank will no longer accept cheques bearing the logo of defunct Diamond Bank, Herbert Wigwe discusses expansion plans, FinTech in Bloomberg interview, Access Bank to establish more African subsidiaries as Herbert Wigwe eyes Francophone region, Access Bank announces board meeting and closed period for Q1 2020 results

Access Bank announces board meeting, closed period ahead of Q1 2020 result release

Access Bank Nigeria Plc announced that its board meeting has been scheduled to hold on Thursday, April 23rd 2020.
Don’t over heat bleak economic outlook – Finance Minister, COVID-19: Nigeria cuts revenue targets in anticipation of economic shock, State Governments: Another cycle of non-payment of salaries to begin soon

State Governments: Another cycle of non-payment of salaries to begin soon

There were news reports yesterday that President Buhari had approved the suspension of the payment of interest on debts owed by state governments.
7 startups empowered to fight COVID-19 in Nigeria

7 startups empowered to fight COVID-19 in Nigeria

Seven innovative tech companies have qualified for much-needed seed funding in the COVID-19 Innovative Challenge (CIC).
MTN Nigeria, MTN to withdraw case against AGF after transfer to debt issue to FIRS, Customs, MTN Nigeria reacts to poor internet as network issues go beyond Nigeria , MTN Nigeria CEO reaffirms telco’s commitment to invest N600 billion on core CAPEX, MTN Nigeria in ringtone copyright case, artist demands N300 million for use of song

MTN Nigeria: Accelerated growth in data revenue to buoy earnings despite soft macro conditions

MTN Nigeria (MTNN) reported double-digit growth in Revenue (up 13% y/y to N1.2 trillion) in FY 2019.