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  • 100 UK Companies Turn to Four-day Workweek with no Pay Cut 

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    A major victory in the battle to fundamentally alter Britain’s perspective on work has been achieved with the signing of 100 UK companies to a permanent four-day workweek for all of their employees with no pay shortage. The 100 enterprises employ 2,600 people, which represents a very small portion of…

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  • Stanbic IBTC Grants Scholarships to 100 Nigerian Students

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    Stanbic IBTC Holdings PLC, a subsidiary of Standard Bank Group has awarded scholarships to 100 Nigerian youths who excelled in the University Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and were admitted for the 2021-2022 academic year. The grants, which would provide students with financial assistance to meet their educational needs and pursue…

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  • How to Get N2Million Loan from MTN Nigeria

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    Telecommunication giants, MTN Nigeria is currently inviting women entrepreneurs to apply for its YellowPreneur programme. A loan of up to N2 million can be secured by any applicant. MTN Yellowpreneur’s aims to reduce the unemployment rate of women and to encourage their advancement in entrepreneurship. MTN Yellopreneur loan requirements in…

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  • Why Netflix is Laying Off 150 Staff as Users Face New Restrictions

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    Netflix has cut off almost 150 staff, mainly in the United States, as the company struggles with weak user growth and delayed subscriptions payment. Approximately 70 part-time staff at Netflix’s animation studio would be forced to quit and roughly 26 contractors working on Netflix’s fan-focused Tudum website may be laid…

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  • Flutterwave Partners AfroSport to Air AFCON 2021 for Free

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    Africa’s premier payment technology company, Flutterwave, partnered with Africa’s first continental free-to-air sports channel, AfroSport Network, to broadcast the Africa Cup of Nations – AFCON 2021 matches free-to-air (FTA). Flutterwave’s CEO, Mr Olugbenga Agboola, announced this through a blog post titled “It’s time to cheer for Africa”. He says the…

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  • 5 African Companies that have Successfully Pivoted

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    While pivoting a business might give a failing company new vitality, to some, it requires you to start over and forsake all past investments. Pivoting means changing the direction of your business. This change, however, can be total or partial. The primary purpose of pivoting is to assist your business…

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  • 5 Things You Don’t Know About Jack Dorsey

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    The news of Jack Dorsey resigning as the CEO of the microblogging and social media platform, Twitter, came as a surprise. Dorsey has been the face of the platform since it launched in 2006, playing a significant role in international controversies.  Dorsey will remain on the board of the social…

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  • Top 5 Tax Consulting Firms in Nigeria

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    Today’s corporate environment is fast-paced and unpredictable. To stay up with stakeholders’ expectations, business managers must make accurate and timely judgements in the face of change and uncertainty. These decisions are always entangled with regulatory and tax repercussions. That’s why it is important for companies to know the best tax…

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  • 5 Pension Funds Companies in Nigeria

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    Everyone intends to retire at some point. As a result, it is vital to prepare ahead and commit their pension money to a trustworthy third party. Surprisingly, there are numerous pension funds companies in Nigeria to consider before making a final decision. Let’s consider some of Nigerian’s top five pension…

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  • These 3 Tech Giants are Considering to Buy into Cryptocurrency

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    Many businesses that are early adopters of cryptocurrency have benefitted immensely amid its volatility. With the global crypto market capitalisation hovering between $2.83 trillion and $3 trillion as of the time of filing this report, and the volume of all stable coins at $96.22 billion, tech giants are beginning to…

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