Hello Everyone, welcome to @Nairametrics Corporate News Roundup for the week ended April 21, 2018. This thread is brought to you by @BluechipTechNG
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It's another loaded thread as Corporate Nigeria was busy last week. We have news from the telecoms, sector, banking, consumer goods etc.
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In case you are seeing this thread for the first time, this thread is a recap of some of the top business news from Corporate Nigeria. We give you some of the back stories behind the news, helping you keep track of any info that might impact on your biz. We do this every Sunday.
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If you are just following this thread for the first time, we do this every Sunday evening and it is a comprehensive roundup of some of the most important stories that came out of Corporate Nigeria in the last 7 days.
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1. Another week, another South African Company in the news; this time, Nigeria and Africa's largest cable TV operator got a Federal High Court judgement against it which could cost the company N5.9 billion in damages.