JUST IN: Naira stands firm against dollar.

Naira stays firm against dollar: The Nigerian Naira on Wednesday, October 5, has remained at N476/$1 in the black market as it was yesterday,...

Shell Lists Drawbacks in Oil Sector Transformation

As robust as Federal Government’s current transformations in the energy sector may appear, the Shell Group has identified a number of challenges undermining the...

Finance Ministry Empowers Graduates on Entrepreneurship

The Federal Ministry of Finance (FMF) has held three days orientation and employability training for interns and participating firms under the Graduate Internship Scheme...

FG Confident of PIB Passage before May 29

The Federal Government has expressed confidence that the Petroleum Industry Bill, (PIB), before the National Assembly will be passed before the end of the...

Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority Nets N15bn Income in 2014

Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA), in a very impressive performance for 2014 notched N15billion in generated net income against a dismal N505 million for...

IBM’S Supercomputer May Replace Call Centre Staff

Indication has emerged that Wastson, an International Business Machine (IBM)-powered supercomputer may be used to replace telcos call centre management staff, banking, healthcare, e-commerce...

Operators Call for Resolution of PIB, NOSDRA Conflicts

Industry stakeholders have called for a thorough amendment of the National Oil Spill Detection and Response Agency, NOSDRA Bill currently before the National Assembly,...

MainOne Enters Infrastructure Partnership with EMC, Microsoft

The transition to cloud based services in Lagos is coming into fruition as the Lagos Infraco, Main One, plans to offer pervasive fibre and...

FG to Obtain $2bn Loan from World Bank, AfDB

The federal government has announced plans to secure a $2 billion loan from the World Bank and the African Development Bank (AfDB) in a...

Dangote Boosts Senegal’s Construction Sector, Introduces 42.5 Grade Cement

Dangote Group has raised the scale of standards in Senegal’s construction sector, with the introduction of the higher quality 42.5 grade cement into the...