Daily Archives: June 17, 2013
Equities gain, dollar near lows against major currencies.
Mobile operators comment on authentication methods.
INM shares rise to five-month high.
India gold volumes drop, China still strong.
There must be a strong spirit of win-win – Nigeria consultancy.
Order issued by US court – report.
Clothing and consumer goods retailer Deacons has posted a Ksh33.27 million ($386,813) loss after tax for the period ended December last year on account of one off costs associated with new retail stores in Rwanda and Kenya
Kenya’s success in becoming a middle-income country hangs on the nation’s ability to grow its exports and decrease poverty, the World Bank economists said Monday.
The government on Monday insisted it will not pay a court award to a supplier which has seen the National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB) bank accounts frozen.
High ranking government officials and former chairmen of the Law Society of Kenya are among 15 lawyers promoted to the rank of Senior Counsel.
All permanent secretaries (PSs) have been asked to vacate their offices Wednesday, the same day the vetting of principal secretaries who will replace them is scheduled to begin.
Joseph’s interpretation of Pharaoh’s dream in the Bible to mean seven fat years followed by seven lean years is an everlasting economic truth
Developing nations lose Sh93.5 billion per day in illicit financial flows that end up in tax havens around the world, international aid agency Oxfam says
Property worth nearly Sh4 billion belonging to New Kenya Co-operative Creameries ( New KCC) cannot be accounted for, the Auditor-General has revealed.