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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Why More Expensive Wine Tastes Better

Researchers in Germany and France have discovered why more expensive wine tastes better and relates to the reward areas of the brain. “The reward system...

FG Receives 365 Actionable Tips from Whistleblowers

The federal government has received 365 actionable tips from members of the public since the Whistleblower Policy was launched in December 2016, the Minister...

CITN lauds NIPOST Bill, seeks thorough legislative work

According to CITN, the bill, when passed, stands the benefit of facilitating an adjusted Public Postal Service capable of embracing transformational strategies and reinventing...

NSE’s indices plummet by N294b amid profit taking

Nigerian Stock Exchange Profit taking has continued to take toll on the trading floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), as more blue chip stocks...

Nigeria’s mutual funds attract local, foreign investors

Mounir Gwarzo, Director General, Securities and Exchange Commission The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has said the total Asset Under Management (AUM) of mutual funds...

Unholy alliance of corrupt people in and out of government, root of corruption-Ribadu

The pioneer Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, has stated that people in government and the high in...

BudgIT unveils platform to close citizen, governance gap

The Lead Partner at BudgIT, Oluseun Onigbinde, at the launch yesterday, in Lagos, said: “Civic Hive is part of the five-year plan for BudgIT...
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GTBank records 18% increase in profit for mid-year

The bank’s gross earnings for the period grew by two per cent to N214.1 billion from N209.9 billion in June 2016; driven primarily by...

IOSCO brainstorms on recommendations to improve transparency of corporate bond markets

The International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) has announced that it is currently making consultations for recommendations on how to improve transparency of corporate...

MSCN, COSON set for legal tussle over royalties

Chief Tony Okoroji, COSON Chairman Sequel to the failure of Copyright Society Of Nigeria (COSON) and its Chairman, Chief Tony Okoroji, to account for monies...