Despite ban, imported spaghetti still sold at Nigerian malls
Supermarkets in Abuja and Lagos still sell the banned product.
How MTN sacked 63 employees, barred them from related employment for four years
A court condemned the action of the telecommunication giant and awarded cost against it.
Dollar slips, shares unstable after Trump’s protectionist address
Emerging market currencies gained, with South African rand gaining 0.8 per cent.
MTN pays N80 billion of N330 billion fine to Nigerian govt
The payment was for this first year and is the first tranche of the total payment.
Finance Minister, Adeosun, outlines 10 steps for reviving Nigerian economy
Mrs. Adeosun says the government would tackle infrastructure deficit to unlock productivity.
Seven things companies need to do before the annual December holiday shutdown
“Remember, January can be as tight a month for your business as it is for your team.”
INTERVIEW: What TEDxCalabar seeks to achieve – Bryce
Bryce Edem also speaks of the types of speakers to be hosted.
INTERVIEW: Why Nigerians are yet to feel impact of N0.75 trillion capital projects spending – Finance Minister
Kemi Adeosun also spoke on the efforts of the Muhammadu Buhari administration to take Nigeria out of recession.
Appeal Court reserves judgment in suit challenging sale of Intercontinental Bank
The Appeal Court did not give a date for its ruling.
FACT-CHECK: Some goods are cheaper in local markets than in Shoprite – SEE LIST
A lot of Nigerians believe Shoprite prices are the lowest when it comes to groceries and household goods. But that is not true.
Our Nigeria-made bags can rival Prada, Gucci, says young Nigerian female designer
“It’s been a new experience for me altogether. It has helped me overcome shyness by interacting with more people.”
As electricity supply worsens, here are affordable ways you can power your homes
Citizens need to consider cheaper alternative energy sources that are noiseless and require neither petrol nor diesel.
Demystifying Circles 3G mobile phone snooping technology, By Amakiri Welekwe
The most important takeaway is to realise that pretty much anything can be hacked.
INTERVIEW: Consumer quality and value proposition will benefit Nigeria’s economy – Dicle
“We are committed to contributing to the local communities, while operating with integrity.”
INTERVIEW: How Nigerian firm I started with $300 grew to sell hotel rooms worth billions of naira – Founder
A potential threat to innovation happens when the innovators get pulled into fields that pay well, says Mark Essien, founder of Hotels.ng.
Five Small Business Ideas That Can Increase Your Income
Ready to be your own boss? Here are some of the best small business ideas you might find useful.
FEATURE: Five ways to save your tomato farm from pest attacks — Professor
The professor provides tips on how farmers can save their farms from pest attacks.
How Michael Aondoakaa’s rice business attracted America’s attention
The former minister wants to be remembered as a major contributor in the diversification of the Nigerian economy.
INTERVIEW: Why borderless economies are best for Africa — Sahara Group CEO
“Today, the low oil price has opened up Africa to other African countries, because they know we are here and we know the problems.”
15 things to know about Treasury Single Account (TSA)
The list gives answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on TSA
With Nigeria democratically stable, investors will pour in – Vera Nwanze, Country Manager, PMINTL Nigeria
“So long as leading investors from across the world are attracted to any economy, it will continue to witness growth.”
EITI gets new Chair, as Clare Short prepares to step down next month
Outgoing EITI Chair to visit Nigeria on February 7, 2016
NLNG: New report reveals how Nigeria lost N650billion in dubious tax exemption
The report says there is no record the the NLNG paid a deferred $1.15 billion corporate tax for 2012 to the Nigerian government