Monday, April 19, 2021

Economy

April 19, 2021

Zoom hit record high revenue in 2020: Report

The video conferencing platform emerged the most preferred during COVID-19 lockdown, making it witness explosive growth.

Zoom
April 19, 2021

Ethereum overtakes Bitcoin, doubles market capitalisation

This is coming at a time when investors both in Nigeria and around the globe are seeking better and credible alternatives to Bitcoin

cryptocurrency
April 19, 2021

Dutch bank ABN Amro pays $600 million for money laundering

ABN Amro violated the Anti-Money Laundering Act, according to the prosecution.

ABN Amro
April 19, 2021

ABN Amro: Money laundering probe forces Danish bank boss resignation

“I do not want speculations about my person to get in the way of the continued development of Danske Bank,” Mr Vogelzang said.

ABN Amro
April 19, 2021

Netflix buys Kanye West’s documentary

According to Billboard, the documentary will be released this year.

Kanye West (Credit: nytimes.com)
April 16, 2021

Lagos (32%) tops 2020 states IGR table to lead Rivers (8.9%), Kaduna (3.9%), Kano (2.4%): NBS

The 36 states of the federation plus the FCT realised a total IGR of N1.31 trillion in 2020, an NBS report said.

Market (Credit: Ahmed Oluwasanjo/Peoples Gazette)
April 16, 2021

Sugar War: FG nonchalance threatens Nigerian Sugar Master Plan

We hope for the benefit of millions of Nigerians who now rely on the effective NSMP; the federal government will rise to save the day.

April 16, 2021

CBN restricts foreign exchange for sugar, wheat importation

The new restrictions may see an increase in the prices of bread, pasta and other wheat by-products.

CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele.
April 16, 2021

NACCIMA suggests ways Buhari can stem rising inflation

“An enduring solution must, therefore, be found to the problems of banditry and other sources of insecurity across the country.”

President Muhammadu Buhari
April 16, 2021

Steyr’s Bauchi automobile plant remains in ruins amid litigation

An official of the ministry told NAN that the commissioner was the only person authorised to speak on policy and government-related matters.