Sunday, December 4, 2022

Chukwuemeka Ayomide

Chukwuemeka Ayomide Joseph focuses on economic and financial reports. Prior to joining Peoples Gazette, he was a reporter with AllNews Nigeria. He is on Twitter @emekaayomi
November 19, 2022

Mass resignation hits Twitter as Elon Musk continues sweeping changes 

The new resignations come after Mr Musk on Wednesday gave his staff until Thursday to decide whether they wanted to work for him or leave their roles.

Elon Musk and staffs
November 17, 2022

Apple, Alphabet, Meta, Amazon, Microsoft lose $1.5 trillion in market cap

The downturn followed an already poor year for tech companies, which were among the top gainers during the pandemic’s early phases.

Apple, Meta
November 17, 2022

Again, First Bank changes PTA, BTA policy for school fee, upkeep

The bank stated in a memo titled ‘Important Update on FX’ and sent to customers on Thursday that processing of payment of school fees abroad will now take at least 60 days.

November 17, 2022

Twitter Layoff: Elon Musk issues Thursday deadline to workers

Elon Musk has given Twitter staff a 5:00 p.m. (Eastern time Thursday) deadline to decide if they want to work for him or quit their positions.

Elon Musk and staffs
November 15, 2022

Nigeria’s inflation rises further to 21.09% in October 2022

The new figure is an increase from the 20.77 per cent figure recorded in September.

Inflation in Nigeria
November 15, 2022

Atiku promises to privatise refineries, reduce governance cost

“I’m going to privatise our crude oil refineries and make Nigeria the hub of crude oil refining in Africa,” stated Mr Abubakar.

Atiku Abubakar and REFINERY
November 14, 2022

Nigerian tech startup Nestcoin lays off workers amid FTX woes

The one-year-old startup said it held its assets (cash and stablecoins) at the now-defunct crypto exchange to manage operational expenses.

November 11, 2022

Two crypto exchange companies that signed Nigerian villagers listed among 134 bankrupt FTX affiliates

Nigerians who substantially invested in FXT, especially those in rural areas, will lose their savings as a result of this occurrence.

November 10, 2022

Petrol can’t sell lower than N510: NNPC

Mele Kyari, the group’s managing director, said that the NNPC could no longer keep up with the N170 per litre pump price of fuel.

November 8, 2022

Naira gains at parallel market, exchanges 800 per dollar

The local currency had last weekend plunged to a historic low of N890 per dollar.

Dollar and Naira