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Uber is more fragile than other major tech companies - Vox;

Uber is more fragile than other major tech companies - Vox

VoxUber is more fragile than other major tech companiesVoxPeople think of Uber as a big success story. But it's not. At least not yet. Uber dominates the fast-growing car-sharing market in the United States and much of the world. But three events last month demonstrate how tenuous that dominance still is ...Uber Is Facing a Leadership Crisis That Could Cause Lasting DamageTIMEDear Travis... leadership tips for Uber's beleaguered bossBBC NewsHow to really reform a toxic company culture, at Uber or anywhere elseQuartzFortune -Los Angeles Times -New Zealand Herald -FRANCE 24all 482 news articles »

Fed's Beige Book: Businesses generally optimistic, but less so than previous report - CNBC;

Fed's Beige Book: Businesses generally optimistic, but less so than previous report - CNBC

CNBCFed's Beige Book: Businesses generally optimistic, but less so than previous reportCNBCThe U.S. economy expanded at a modest-to-moderate pace from early January through mid-February, the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday, although firms were less optimistic amid some uncertainty about the Trump administration's fiscal policies.Fed survey finds economy growing at moderate paceCharlotte ObserverBeige Book: Economy Expands Across US, But Optimism Has CooledNasdaqall 14 news articles »

FG appoints new AIB Directors - Daily Post Nigeria;

FG appoints new AIB Directors - Daily Post Nigeria

Daily Post NigeriaFG appoints new AIB DirectorsDaily Post NigeriaThe Federal Government on Wednesday appointed two new directors for the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB). The appointment is contained in a statement by AIB spokesman Mr Tunji Oketunbi. The new appointees are Engr. Hashimu Ilyasu Wali for ...AIB gets new directorsBusinessDayAviation Disengagements: FG Removes Two AIB DirectorsSaharaReporters.comFG appoints new directors for Nigerian Accident Investigation BureauThe Eagle Onlineall 4 news articles »

Forex: Can CBN sustain the Black Market onslaught?, by Omoniyi Akinsiju - The Eagle Online;

Forex: Can CBN sustain the Black Market onslaught?, by Omoniyi Akinsiju - The Eagle Online

The Eagle OnlineForex: Can CBN sustain the Black Market onslaught?, by Omoniyi AkinsijuThe Eagle OnlineBut now, a new concern seems to have emerged: can this new Naira virility be sustained? The first response to this is predicated on keeping the peace in the Niger Delta. Share this: WhatsApp · Telegram · Email. Dollar and Naira. With the dramatic ...Naira stable at N450/$1 — first time in eight daysTheCableNaira fails to sustain growth against Dollar, strengthen against pound at parallel marketNAIJ.COMBusiness Nigeria - 01/03/2017: Today's Naira Rate Against The Dollar, Pounds And EuroNigerian BulletinAllAfrica.com -Trailblazers Ng (blog)all 8 news articles »

Aviation Minister: Kaduna airport secure for operations - TV360;

Aviation Minister: Kaduna airport secure for operations - TV360

TV360Aviation Minister: Kaduna airport secure for operationsTV360The Minister of State Aviation, Senator Hadi sirika has assured airline operators in Nigeria that the Kaduna airport is secured with standard facilities and in a better position to facilitate passengers' movement. Kaduna Airport is the alternative ...Residents, motorists decry deplorable condition of Suleja-Minna roadPremium TimesAbuja-Kaduna Road FG completes repairs on project on schedulePulse NigeriaWith Abuja Airport Shutdown, Brigands Leave Nigerian Capital IsolatedNaija247newsAllAfrica.com -THISDAY Newspapers -YNaijaall 11 news articles »

Social Media Week Lagos Recap: Here's what happened on day 2 of tech industry event - Pulse Nigeria;

Social Media Week Lagos Recap: Here's what happened on day 2 of tech industry event - Pulse Nigeria

NIGERIAN TRIBUNESocial Media Week Lagos Recap: Here's what happened on day 2 of tech industry eventPulse NigeriaSeveral events held across the many venues of Social Media Week Lagos with many attendees engaging in compelling conversations and getting informed on the latest trends in the space. Published: 27 minutes ago; Folarin Okunola. Print; eMail. search.Social media week: What Bill Gates did at the launch of windows 95 (VIDEO)Daily TrustSocial Media Week: Speakers harp on education to curb online hate speechNIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog)For the 5th Year, EiE Hosts Conversations on Citizens, Technology & Government at Social Media Week Lagos – Let's ...Bella Naijaall 4 news articles »

Corrupt Nigerians hiding stolen money in caskets, uncompleted buildings – Dino Melaye - NAIJ.COM;

Corrupt Nigerians hiding stolen money in caskets, uncompleted buildings – Dino Melaye - NAIJ.COM

NAIJ.COMCorrupt Nigerians hiding stolen money in caskets, uncompleted buildings – Dino MelayeNAIJ.COMSenator representing Kogi West, Dino Melaye, has alleged that some corrupt Nigerians now hide their loots in caskets and uncompleted buildings in remote villages in some parts of the country. Corrupt Nigerians hiding stolen money in caskets ...Nigerian lawmakers to investigate $17 bln subsidies received by state oil firmNaija247newsWhy corrupt Nigerians hide stolen money in caskets, uncompleted buildings – Dino MelayeDaily Post NigeriaSenate orders fresh probe of NNPCTheCableInformation Nigeria -TV360 -Nigerian Bulletin -AllAfrica.comall 46 news articles »

OPEC compliance with oil curbs rises to 94% in Feb -Reuters survey - BusinessDay;

OPEC compliance with oil curbs rises to 94% in Feb -Reuters survey - BusinessDay

BusinessDayOPEC compliance with oil curbs rises to 94% in Feb -Reuters surveyBusinessDayOPEC has cut its oil output for a second month in February, a Reuters survey found on Tuesday, allowing the exporter group to boost already strong compliance with agreed supply curbs on the back of a steep reduction by Saudi Arabia. The Organization of ...Nigeria targets $10 billion new oil, gas investments in five yearsPremium TimesNigeria must stop importation of petroleum products urgently – KachikwuDaily Post NigeriaNNPC must end petroleum products importation between 2018 and 2019 - Ibe KachickwuNAIJ.COMMarketWatch -Yahoo Finance -Reuters -Arab Newsall 309 news articles »

MSMEs: Osinbajo commends Ikpeazu's drive, says Nigeria has no business with China if Aba is developed-Osinbajo - Vanguard;

MSMEs: Osinbajo commends Ikpeazu's drive, says Nigeria has no business with China if Aba is developed-Osinbajo - Vanguard

VanguardMSMEs: Osinbajo commends Ikpeazu's drive, says Nigeria has no business with China if Aba is developed-OsinbajoVanguardABUJA-Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has commended the economic drive of Abia State Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu in the buy Made-in-Nigeria goods campaigns, saying that Nigeria had no business with China if Aba was generally developed. Osinbajo also ...Osinbajo advocates for the development of local industries in AbaNAIJ.COMOsinbajo commends Ikpeazu's 'smart business approach to governance'The Eagle OnlineMade in Aba goods: Osinbajo asks Federal regulatory agencies to act as agents of changeDaily Post NigeriaThe Tide -NYSC CDSall 9 news articles »

Jonathan denies Amaechi's claim on missing $49b from NNPC - NAIJ.COM;

Jonathan denies Amaechi's claim on missing $49b from NNPC - NAIJ.COM

NAIJ.COMJonathan denies Amaechi's claim on missing $49b from NNPCNAIJ.COMFormer president, Dr Goodluck Jonathan, says Rotimi Amaechi lied over his claim that the country entered into recession because $49 billion went missing from the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) under the previous administration.Jonathan denies Amaechi's claim on NNPC's alleged $49bnVanguardA decorated monkey is still a monkey!TheCableall 4 news articles »

Tackle High Cost Of Data, Panelists Urge Government At Social Media Week - Information Nigeria;

Tackle High Cost Of Data, Panelists Urge Government At Social Media Week - Information Nigeria

The Killer Punch NewsTackle High Cost Of Data, Panelists Urge Government At Social Media WeekInformation NigeriaHigh cost of data services and lack of infrastructure have been identified as two major challenges hindering content creation in Nigeria. These challenges, according to the panelists at the first day of the 2017 Social Media Week (SMW) in Lagos ...Business Nigeria: You Can Now Pay for Facebook Ads in NairaNigerian BulletinYou can now pay for Facebook ads in nairaThe Killer Punch News (press release) (blog)Facebook accepts payment for adverts in nairaTelecompaper (subscription)WorldStageall 6 news articles »

Lagos Environment Bill Generates Tension As Civil Groups Vow To Protest - Information Nigeria;

Lagos Environment Bill Generates Tension As Civil Groups Vow To Protest - Information Nigeria

TheCableLagos Environment Bill Generates Tension As Civil Groups Vow To ProtestInformation NigeriaAnxiety has enveloped Lagos residents after the state House of Assembly hurriedly passed a bill on February 20 to criminalise sinking of boreholes in private homes in a move that is aimed at privatising water supply in the metropolis and its environs ...Ambode, don't sign this billTheCableall 2 news articles »

How Nigeria, Algeria, others lost $1tn to oil crash – OPEC - Daily Post Nigeria;

How Nigeria, Algeria, others lost $1tn to oil crash – OPEC - Daily Post Nigeria

Daily Post NigeriaHow Nigeria, Algeria, others lost $1tn to oil crash – OPECDaily Post NigeriaNigeria, Algeria and other members of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries lost revenue of about $1tn as a result of the crash in crude oil prices. Secretary-General of OPEC, Mohammed Barkindo made this disclosure at the headquarters of ...Oil Prices: OPEC Members Lose $2trn In 2 YearsLeadership NewspapersGlobal Oil Price: OPEC recovering momentum from $1 trillion loss, says BarkindoPremium TimesOil price crash: Worst days for Nigeria over – OPECVanguardThe Eagle Online -NAIJ.COM -Daily Trust -AllAfrica.comall 39 news articles »

FG to build gas industrial park valued at about $20bn in Niger Delta – Osinbajo - Vanguard;

FG to build gas industrial park valued at about $20bn in Niger Delta – Osinbajo - Vanguard

VanguardFG to build gas industrial park valued at about $20bn in Niger Delta – OsinbajoVanguardABUJA-Following his consultations with stakeholders in the oil rich Niger Delta States, the Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has said that a plan to establish a gas industrial park valued at about $20b in the region has begun. Tagged the Gas Revolution ...Osinbajo unveils Nigeria's $20 billion Gas Industrial ParkPremium TimesOsinbajo FG to establish $20bn gas industrial park in Niger Delta - Acting President saysPulse NigeriaFG approves $20bn gas project for Niger DeltaDaily TrustThe Eagle Online -Naija247news -FINANCIAL WATCH (press release) (blog) -Nigeria Todayall 12 news articles »

$1.2bn Malabu deal: Shell, Agip to know fate on OPL 245, March 13 - Vanguard;

$1.2bn Malabu deal: Shell, Agip to know fate on OPL 245, March 13 - Vanguard

Vanguard$1.2bn Malabu deal: Shell, Agip to know fate on OPL 245, March 13VanguardABUJA —The Federal High Court in Abuja, has fixed March 13 to decide whether or not two multinational oil giants, Shell Nigeria Exploration & Production Company Ltd and Nigeria Agip Exploration Ltd, should be allowed to retain ownership of the ...Nigeria: Malabu $1.1 Billion Scandal - Court to Decide Shell, Eni's Request March 13AllAfrica.comMalabu deal: EFCC rejects return of oil bloc to firmsDaily TrustCourt declines requests over interim order against Shell, Agip by Malabu OilGuardianSaharaReporters.com -THISDAY Newspapers -The Nation Newspaper -TV360all 12 news articles »

Oil marketers hoarding, manipulating fuel price — DPR - Vanguard;

Oil marketers hoarding, manipulating fuel price — DPR - Vanguard

VanguardOil marketers hoarding, manipulating fuel price — DPRVanguardTHE Department of Petroleum Resources, yesterday, threatened to impose severe sanctions against petroleum products marketers engaged in the hoarding and diversion of the products and in the manipulating prices to shortchange motorists. In a statement ...FG commissions monitoring system to check crude oil theft, piracyGuardianDPR Accuses Marketers of Diverting Petroleum ProductsTHISDAY NewspapersIPMAN threatens strike, accuses Depot owners DPR of extortionThe Nation NewspaperFINANCIAL WATCH (press release) (blog)all 6 news articles »

105 Passengers Escape Death As Aircraft Tyre Bursts At Lagos Airport - Leadership Newspapers;

105 Passengers Escape Death As Aircraft Tyre Bursts At Lagos Airport - Leadership Newspapers

Leadership Newspapers105 Passengers Escape Death As Aircraft Tyre Bursts At Lagos AirportLeadership NewspapersAir mishap was averted yesterday when an Air Peace B737 aircraft with flight number 4P7198 suffered tyre burst as the aircraft was preparing for take-off at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos yesterday morning. The aircraft with 105 ...Airport Shutdown, Brigands Leave Nigerian Capital IsolatedBloombergBassey Akpan Court sacks Akwa Ibom senatorPulse NigeriaAir Peace Boeing 737 aircraft suffers 'burst tyre' in LagosThe Nation NewspaperVanguard -Premium Times -NAIJ.COM -SaharaReporters.comall 13 news articles »

FG Flags Off Presidential Fertiliser Initiative To Boost Production, Lower Prices - Leadership Newspapers;

FG Flags Off Presidential Fertiliser Initiative To Boost Production, Lower Prices - Leadership Newspapers

Leadership NewspapersFG Flags Off Presidential Fertiliser Initiative To Boost Production, Lower PricesLeadership NewspapersThe Presidential Fertilizer Initiative of the Buhari Administration has started yielding results, with the production of more than 4,000 metric tonnes of locally-blended fertilizer in the first week of operation. According to a statement by the ...FG inaugurates Presidential Fertiliser InitiativeThe NewsPresidency to slash fertiliser price by 40%Daily TrustFG Targets 4000 Metric Tonnes as It Starts Production of FertilizerTHISDAY Newspapersall 4 news articles »

KPMG first - BusinessDay;

KPMG first - BusinessDay

BusinessDayKPMG firstBusinessDay“We are going to restructure the narrative regarding the way government works and how it does its business. Close to 50 per cent of what government spends is just being wasted – not only within the U.S. but far more excruciating in far flung places all ...and more »