Newspapers vs Blogs: The battle for supremacy

Most printed newspapers are struggling to compete with online publishing. The main impact is due to the technology available on the Internet that allows targeting the news, and the advertising, to its audience. Among all the newspapers that are printed daily, there are numerous small town local newspapers. Many small towns don’t have adequate Internet […]

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Nigeria: 500 start-ups to organise the “Geek on a Plane” tour

MALLForAfrica.com, Ingressive and African Technology Foundation (ATF) are  partnering about 500 start-ups to organise the “Geek on a Plane” tour, designed to showcase investment opportunities within Nigeria and Africa economic stratosphere. MallforAfrica.com, an e-commerce platform with 8.5 billion items for sale in more than 200 US and UK stores, is known for facilitating satisfaction for […]

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Shocking! NSE equities fall by N36 billion

The free fall of equities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Wednesday continued for the third consecutive day due to investors’ anticipated second quarters’ earnings reports. The market capitalisation dropped further by N36 billion or 0.33 per cent to close at N11.133 trillion compared with N11.169 trillion achieved on Tuesday. Also, the All-Share Index […]

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Ex-Power Minister calls for electricity improvement in Nigeria

Former Minister of Power, Prof. Barth Nnaji on Thursday called for the segmentation of power transmission lines to improve electricity supply and check national grid breakdown. “When segmented, the lines should be privatised to renowned electricity transmission companies that have the competence to manage it and expend on it as agreed,’’ Nnaji said. The former […]

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FG upholds made-in-Nigeria Dress Days

Sage would support initiatives to put business information and tools online to help entrepreneurs build their skills and access the resources they need to be successful. Nigerian Federal Government should be commended for putting the spotlight on local manufacturers through initiatives such as the Made-in-Nigeria Dress Days and an Executive Order compelling state agencies to […]

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FG not just paying lip service to this buy Made-in-Nigeria – Mohammed

The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed on Thursday hinted that the Federal Government is to institutionalize the patronage of locally-made products among its ministries, departments and agencies. A statement released by the Special Assistant to the minister, Segun Adeyemi, disclosed that Mohammed stated this in Abuja on Thursday, at the National Media […]

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