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All about your new Uber - Deccan Herald;

All about your new Uber - Deccan Herald

Ripples NigeriaAll about your new UberDeccan HeraldDogged by scandal and the resignation of its top boss, the ride-summoning company Uber is hoping to win customer loyalty with a series of changes to its app. Chief among them: Uber riders will soon be able to pay gratuities to their drivers inside the ...In-app tipping for Uber driversIndependent OnlineUber struggling to retain drivers amid corporate culture controversyRipples NigeriaYou can get there from here: Ride services Lyft, Uber roll into the BerkshiresBerkshire Eagle (subscription)Digital Trendsall 6 news articles »

Stakeholders adopt measures to reverse EU ban on Nigerian produce - Vanguard;

Stakeholders adopt measures to reverse EU ban on Nigerian produce - Vanguard

VanguardStakeholders adopt measures to reverse EU ban on Nigerian produceVanguardStakeholders in Nigeria's agricultural sector are evolving proactive strategies aimed at improving the quality of processed goods to overcome the ban on some produce exported from the country. This is contained in a special survey conducted by the ...and more »

Advertising agencies squeezed by tech giants - Financial Times;

Advertising agencies squeezed by tech giants - Financial Times

Financial TimesAdvertising agencies squeezed by tech giantsFinancial TimesAt this year's annual advertising festival in Cannes, even the children's merry-go-round is feeling the competition from the leading tech companies. The waterfront along the Plage de la Croisette, the stretch of golden beach made famous by decades of ...and more »

Ebonyi, BoI agree to sign MoU on N2bn matching fund for agric, solid mineral development - BusinessDay (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)

Ebonyi, BoI agree to sign MoU on N2bn matching fund for agric, solid mineral developmentBusinessDay (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)Governor David Umahi of Ebonyi State, and Olukayode Pitan, managing director of Bank of Industry (BoI), have agreed to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on N2 billion matching fund to support productive venture in agriculture and solid mineral ...and more »

Can yams become a prolific forex yielding commodity for Nigeria? - TheCable;

Can yams become a prolific forex yielding commodity for Nigeria? - TheCable

TheCableCan yams become a prolific forex yielding commodity for Nigeria?TheCableThis week — precisely from the 29th of June — Nigeria will start exporting yams to the UK and America. The government is targeting an annual income of $8 billion from this commodity. Actually, with the right policies there should be enough yams for ...and more »

ECWA to inaugurate digital TV July - The Nation Newspaper

ECWA to inaugurate digital TV JulyThe Nation NewspaperThe Evangelical Church Wining All (ECWA) says it will inaugurate its digital TV in July. Pastor Gideon Titus of ECWA Goodnews, Gonin Gora, made this known in Kaduna on Sunday at a thanksgiving service. Titus said that about N85 million was expended on ...and more »

GDAX to Compensate Customers Who Lost Money in ETH Flash Crash - CoinTelegraph;

GDAX to Compensate Customers Who Lost Money in ETH Flash Crash - CoinTelegraph

CoinTelegraphGDAX to Compensate Customers Who Lost Money in ETH Flash CrashCoinTelegraphEthereum experienced intense volatility last week, leading to its price crashing as low as $0.10 on GDAX. The exchange now says that it intends to compensate customers for whom stop-losses were triggered during the fall.GDAX exchange reimburses customers affected by Ethereum price crashBetaNewsCryptocurrency exchange to credit traders for ethereum 'flash crash'CNBCCoinbase is reimbursing losses caused by the Ethereum flash crashTechCrunchBusiness Insider -MobiPicker -Nigeria Today -The Merkleall 13 news articles »

Tax defaulters to be jailed five years, forfeit assets – Nigerian government - Daily Post Nigeria;

Tax defaulters to be jailed five years, forfeit assets – Nigerian government - Daily Post Nigeria

Daily Post NigeriaTax defaulters to be jailed five years, forfeit assets – Nigerian governmentDaily Post NigeriaThe Minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun has disclosed that tax defaulters in the country risk at least five years jail and asset forfeiture. Her warning is coming even as the Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, will on Thursday, June 29, launch ...Ministry hopes to raise $1bThe Express Tribuneall 4 news articles »

PIB: Host Communities Controversy Rages On - Leadership Newspapers;

PIB: Host Communities Controversy Rages On - Leadership Newspapers

Leadership NewspapersPIB: Host Communities Controversy Rages OnLeadership NewspapersThe House of Representatives last week passed the Petroleum Industry Bill through second reading. KAUTHAR ANUMBA-KHALEEL reviews the bill and controversies that trails the long awaited bill. For the umpteenth time, the House of Representatives last ...Understanding Senate's passage of petroleum industry governance billBusinessDay (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)Petroleum Industry Governance Bill 'seriously flawed', fails local communities – GroupPremium TimesSenate passage of PIB bill has heavy unproductive costs — OnovoVanguardThe Nation Newspaperall 5 news articles »

Recruitment of 7500 tax officers: Nigerian govt. begins training of pilot set - Premium Times;

Recruitment of 7500 tax officers: Nigerian govt. begins training of pilot set - Premium Times

Premium TimesRecruitment of 7500 tax officers: Nigerian govt. begins training of pilot setPremium TimesCapacity building remains the most vital in creating an enabling environment for tax compliance, Mr. Mashi said. The Acting Chairman, Federal Inland Revenue Service, FIRS, Kabir Mashi, on Wednesday asked Chairmen of the Boards of Internal Revenue in ...FG begins training of community tax officers to boost tax collectionNIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog)all 4 news articles »

Analyzing Ether: A Bitcoin Investor's Skeptical Take - CoinDesk;

Analyzing Ether: A Bitcoin Investor's Skeptical Take - CoinDesk

CoinDeskAnalyzing Ether: A Bitcoin Investor's Skeptical TakeCoinDesk'P4man' is an active bitcoin miner and investor with an academic background in economy and IT. He has been a member of the online discussion forum Bitcoin Talk since September, 2011. In this opinion piece, P4man looks at the cryptocurrency market to ...How to bet on bitcoin, without the crazy volatility? Here's one ideaMarketWatchOne asset has outperformed the Tulip Bubble, Mississippi Bubble, and dot-com BubbleValueWalkBitconnect Coin Price Reaches All-Time High, Briefly Surpasses Growth Rate of EthereumCoinTelegraphYahoo Finance UK -Futurism -CryptoCoinsNews -Nasdaqall 15 news articles »

Nigerian banks deny interest in taking control of Etisalat, want repayment of loans - Vanguard;

Nigerian banks deny interest in taking control of Etisalat, want repayment of loans - Vanguard

VanguardNigerian banks deny interest in taking control of Etisalat, want repayment of loansVanguardThere are strong indications that the consortium of banks being owed N541 billion by Etisalat Nigeria has no intention of taking over ownership the telecoms network. Bloomberg had reported on 20th June, 2017 that Etisalat Group, the parent company of ...Dubai-based company pulls out of Etisalat Nigeria – CBNDaily Post NigeriaMubadala pulls out of Etisalat Nigeriagulfnews.comAbu Dhabi's Mubadala has pulled out of Etisalat Nigeria: cenbankReutersall 9 news articles »

Passengers flock to Lagos Airport ahead Eid-el-Fitr holidays - NIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog)

Passengers flock to Lagos Airport ahead Eid-el-Fitr holidaysNIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog)lagos state logo PASSENGER traffic rose at the Domestic Terminals 1 and 2 of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos, on Friday ahead of the Eid-el-Fitr holidays. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) correspondents at the airport terminals observed an influx ...and more »

NDDC office sealed for not remitting tax - The Eagle Online;

NDDC office sealed for not remitting tax - The Eagle Online

GuardianNDDC office sealed for not remitting taxThe Eagle OnlineThe Bayelsa State Board of Internal Revenue on Friday sealed off the Bayelsa State office of the Niger Delta Development Commission over alleged non-remittance of N336 million Pay As You Earn tax liability. The BIR enforcement team served a court order ...Bayelsa shuts NDDC office over N336m tax debtGuardian (blog)Bayelsa Revenue board seals NDDC's office in Yenagoa over N336m tax liabilityNaija247newsall 3 news articles »

Ebonyi State, BOI Agree on N2bn Matching Fund for SMEs - THISDAY Newspapers;

Ebonyi State, BOI Agree on N2bn Matching Fund for SMEs - THISDAY Newspapers

THISDAY NewspapersEbonyi State, BOI Agree on N2bn Matching Fund for SMEsTHISDAY NewspapersThe government of Ebonyi State and Bank of Industry (BOI) have agreed to a N2 billion matching fund aimed at youth empowerment and job creation through support for Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) as well as exploration of solid minerals.BoI, Ebony Govt. to sign N2bn MoU to empower SMEsRoyal News (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)all 2 news articles »

Star Alliance tops in Skytrax airline awards - The Nation;

Star Alliance tops in Skytrax airline awards - The Nation

The NationStar Alliance tops in Skytrax airline awardsThe NationMarking its 20th anniversary, Star Alliance has claimed the title “Best Airline Alliance” in the Skytrax World Airline Awards for the second year running. The alliance's prestigious Los Angeles Lounge was also named Best Airline Alliance Lounge for the ...US airlines notch big loss to competitor up northPacific Business News (Honolulu)PAL is among world's most improved airline | SunStarSun.StarREVEALED: These airlines are the cleanest in the world...even beating EmiratesExpress.co.ukFiji Times -Fiji Sun Online -Guardian (blog) -Cantech Letterall 11 news articles »

Where is the Port Master Plan? - THISDAY Newspapers;

Where is the Port Master Plan? - THISDAY Newspapers

THISDAY NewspapersWhere is the Port Master Plan?THISDAY NewspapersThat is the one million naira question on the lips of stakeholders in the maritime industry. It is also the big question in the shipping sector of the economy. It is vital question that requires an appropriate answer that will unravel most of the ...Apapa gridlock: FG to sanction tank farms without holding baysNIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog)'Navigational Safety, Security Vital to Ports Operations'Hellenic Shipping News WorldwideNigeria: NPA MD Visits Port to Assess Implementation of Executive OrderAllAfrica.comall 4 news articles »

CBN pumps $240m into FX market ahead of Eid-el-Fitr - TheCable;

CBN pumps $240m into FX market ahead of Eid-el-Fitr - TheCable

TheCableCBN pumps $240m into FX market ahead of Eid-el-FitrTheCableThe Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on Friday, allocated the total sum of $240 million to the Retail Secondary Market Intervention Sales (SMIS) for spot and forward deals. The dollars were offered for the last trading day of the week and ahead of June 26 ...and more »

Bayelsa Board Of Internal Revenue Seals Off Chinese Company Over Tax Default - CHANNELS TELEVISION;

Bayelsa Board Of Internal Revenue Seals Off Chinese Company Over Tax Default - CHANNELS TELEVISION

CHANNELS TELEVISIONBayelsa Board Of Internal Revenue Seals Off Chinese Company Over Tax DefaultCHANNELS TELEVISIONThe Bayelsa State Board of Internal Revenue, on Wednesday, sealed off a Chinese company, Hilong Oil Services and Engineering Company Limited, over alleged tax default of N109.5m. It was alleged that the company, which carries out services for oil ...Bayelsa govt seals Chinese firm over N109 million tax liabilityPremium TimesBayelsa seals oil-servicing firm over N109.5m taxBusinessDay (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)Nigeria: Chinese firm sealed in Bayelsa over N109.5m tax defaultWorldStageNIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog) -Pulse Nigeria -Guardian (blog)all 7 news articles »