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Tesla announces it will lay off 7 percent of its workforce
CEO Elon Musk said that the electric car maker plans to cut roughly 3,000 jobs, prompting another sharp dip in share prices. Tesla is struggling in the US as the government rolls back a tax credit for buyers.
Could innovation help boost Nigeria's skincare businesses
7 Sep 2018
Science & Tech
The global beauty business is estimated at 382 billion dollars. Blondie Okpuzor, CEO and Founder of BathKandy Company joins CNBC Africa to discuss how innovation can help position Nigeria's skincare business.
Uber picks Expedia's Khosrowshahi as its new CEO
28 Aug 2017
Uber selects Expedia CEO Dara Khosrowshahi to be its new chief executive at a time when the company badly needs to rebuild its image and become profitable.
Trump disbands CEO councils following resignations
17 Aug 2017
President Donald Trump abruptly announces Tuesday he is disbanding two business advisory council after multiple CEOs resigned in protest over his response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend.
Nigeria stocks lower at close of trade
12 Jun 2017
The equities market sustained its bullish run last week; with the NSE All-Share Index increasing by 6.1 per cent week-on-week. Rotimi Fakayejo, CEO, Enterprise Capital Partners, joins CNBC Africa to review the trading day.
Key to inclusive growth in Nigeria is building small businesses - Uzoma Dozie, CEO, Diamond Bank
5 May 2017
Building capacity in small businesses is key to creating inclusive growth in Nigeria. Uzoma Dozie, CEO, Diamond Bank discusses what the bank and government have done to grow this sector.
Oil mining licensing in Nigeria
27 Apr 2017
Abiodun Adesanya CEO, Dege Conek and president of the Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationists joins CNBC Africa to discuss the big issues impacting oil mining licensing in Nigeria and what they mean for government revenues.
Nigeria's fiscal authorities optimistic about economy
29 Jul 2016
The state of the Nigerian economy remains a major source of concern to economic analysts, top CEOs and foreign investors. However, the fiscal authorities remain confident the economic headwinds will begin to disappear.