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    Business Heineken acquires more stakes in Nigerian Breweries – The Nation News
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    Business Nigerian Breweries, GTB, other stocks witness sell-off – BusinessDay

    The stocks of Nigerian Breweries Plc, GTBank Plc, Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc, Forte Oil Plc, and UAC of Nigeria Plc witnessed remarkable sell-off which thereafter impacted their prices after Tuesday’s trading on the Nigerian Bourse. Only 14 stocks advanced in price as against 29 … Read more...
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    Business NSE All-Share Index drops further by 0.26 percent – Today Ng News

    The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) All-Share Index closed for the week on Thursday ahead of Eid-el-Fitr celebration with a loss of 0.26 per cent. Read more via TODAY.NG – Get more: Nigeria Business News
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    Business Nigerian Breweries appoints new Managing Director – Premium Times Nigeria

    Nigerian Breweries Plc has announced the appointment of Jordi Borrut Bel as the company’s Managing Director/CEO. The appointment takes effect on January 22, 2018. Mr. Borrut Bel will succeed Johan Doyer who has served as Managing Director/CEO on an interim basis since June 16. The company...
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    Business Nigerian Breweries’ MD, Nicholas Vervelde, Resigns

    The Managing Director of Nigerian Breweries, Nicholaas Vervelde, has resigned. The company made the announcement via the Nigerian Stock Exchange website on Thursday that Mr. Vervelde would take up a new role within the Heineken group outside Nigeria. “In anticipation of that and preparation to...
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    Business Guinness, Breweries, Cadbury Lead Losers As Nigeria Stocks Close Down

    Equities market on the Nigerian Stock Exchange closed Wednesday on a negative note, second day running as NSE ASI depreciated by 0.58 per cent to close at 25,183.10 basis points, as against 0.17% depreciation recorded on Tuesday. DEALS: 2,958.00 VOLUME: 228,023,780.00 VALUE: 2,390,880,435.86...
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    Metro Nigerian Breweries Issues Statement on Fire Incident

    The management of Nigerian Breweries has said that no life was lost in the fire that gutted the company on Christmas Day. In a statement issued on Sunday by its Corporate Affairs Adviser, Mr Kufre Ekanem, said the inferno affected some sections of the bottle holding bay, including empty...
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    Metro Fire Outbreak At Nigerian Breweries In Iganmu [PHOTOS/VIDEO]

    A section of the Multinational company, Nigerian Breweries is currently on fire at the company's headquarters, Iganmu, Lagos. The tragic incident which started early hour of Christmas day, according to sources. Men of the Federal Fire Service and the Nigeria Police Force are at the location to...
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    Nigerian Breweries Plc: Recruitment For Craft Trainees

    Nigeria Beweries is requesting for Applications from suitably qualified candidates for recruitment as Craft Trainees into their Supply Chain Academy, Ibadan. Job Requirement Applicants are expected to possess the following minimum qualifications: • Credits in five (5) subjects which must...
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    Business 9 Largest Companies in Nigeria and Their Market Values

    The strength and size of a company can be measured by its market capitalization. The market cap. of a firm also indicates the market value of a company at a particular time. It can rise and fall, based on the performance of the shares of the firm on the stock market. The shares are in turn...
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    Maltina Teacher Of The Year: How To Apply For The 2016 Edition

    The Maltina Teacher of the Year is an initiative which aims to recognize and celebrate exceptional teachers in Nigeria. The initiative is open to teachers in ALL secondary schools across the country. There will be champions from each state of the federation and the FCT from which the overall...
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    Business Nigerian Breweries Records N77.55b Revenue, N10.5b Profit in First Quarter of 2016

    Nigerian Breweries (NB) Plc has posted a revenue of N77.55 billion and profit after tax of N10.45 billion in its first quarter operations. Specifically, the company’s unaudited result for the first quarter ended March 31, showed 11 per cent increase in revenue from N69.92 billion in 2015 to...