War and adverse weather set to keep food prices high
Farmers have been unable to boost supply, leading to expectations that costs will remain above their pre-pandemic levelsRead More
Court ruling paves way for sale of Gupta’s Belgian steel plants
Approval for judicial restructuring in which buyer will be sought for the two facilitiesRead More
Financial instability: the hunt for the next market fracture
Investors are keeping a close eye on areas ranging from US Treasury market illiquidity to Japanese government debtRead More
Europe cuts gas demand by a quarter in bid to shed reliance on Russia
Countries have been finding alternative sources and making changes to curb demandRead More
‘Wage inflation? What wage inflation?’ ask workers
Cost of living increases put employees in the red even as the labour market remains tightRead More
Three pharmaceutical stocks were last week’s top performers — and analysts gave one 40% upside
Global stocks rose last week. These are the ones under the MSCI World index that posted gains of more than 10% over the ...
Uzoma Queenpraise: Building indigenous food delivery business
Uzoma Queenpraise is the chief executive officer of Nrindioma Kitchen- an online food delivery service, where home-based meals are prepared and delivered, operating ...
NNEW, GIZ boost MSMEs capacity for market access
NECA’s Network of Entrepreneurial Women (NNEW) and the Pro-Poor Growth, and Promotion of Employment (SEDIN) – a programme of the German Development Agency ...
CreditPRO, JCI Nigeria partner to empower female entrepreneurs
To support women-owned businesses and cushion the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war, CreditPRO and Junior Chamber International have partnered to empower female entrepreneurs ...
Five things to know to start your Monday
2023: Atiku, Obi, Kwankwaso differ on strategies to revive education, others The presidential candidates of the three leading political parties, the Peoples Democratic ...
Asset managers pour money into tech platforms to take on BlackRock
Companies including State Street and Pimco compete to capture slice of outsourced IT servicesRead More
Louise Richardson: ‘I do wish our students were more resilient about nasty remarks’
Before she steps down this month, the vice-chancellor of Oxford university talks about cancel culture, state schools and why universities should not be ...