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Shareholders of the Central Securities Clearing System approved dividend payments which translate to a 22.8 per cent year-on-year growth in returns to shareholders.
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29 Jul 2018
Rich Greenfield, media and technology analyst at BTIG, examines the 21st Century Fox Inc. and Walt Disney Co. shareholders' approval of the sale of Fox’s entertainment assets.
13 Feb 2019
Google’s exploratory work on a censored Chinese search engine is stoking shareholder activism.
13 Apr 2019
Nissan shareholders have voted to oust Carlos Ghosn as a director, severing the firm's last ties with its ex-chairman. Ghosn, who was once credited with rescuing the carmaker, is fighting charges of financial misconduct.
12 May 2019
On the side-lines of FBN Holdings’ 7th Annual General Meeting CNBC Africa's Christy Cole caught up with the CEO First Bank of Nigeria and Subsidiaries Adesola Adeduntan, to discuss the agenda of the meeting which covered dividend payments and re-election of the group’s directors.
7 May 2019
Bloomberg’s Jason Kelly discusses Warren Buffett confronting a tech-driven change.
6 Jun 2019
Following the Securities and Exchange Commission pronouncements and sanctions against Oando PLC leaders
5 Nov 2019
The African Development Bank (AfDB) held its extraordinary shareholders’ meeting in Abidjan were the Governor of the bank approved a landmark $115 billion increase in capital for the continent’s foremost financial institution. Kenneth Igbomor joins CNBC Africa for more.
16 Nov 2019
The Vice President for Finance and Chief Financial Officer of African Development Bank (AfDB), Swazi Tshabalala says the 125 per cent capital increase by its shareholders will empower the AfDB with a direct lending capacity of 100 billion dollars in the next 10 years. She joins CNBC Africa’s Kenneth Igbomor to discuss this on the side-lines of an extraordinary shareholders’ meeting in Abidjan.
10 Jan 2021
The move is one of the last steps towards creating the world's fourth-largest carmaker. The new firm will have the capacity to produce 8.7 million cars a year.
7 Jul 2021
Powerful investors are demanding climate action from oil and gas giants for the sake of their bottom lines as well as the planet.
15 Sep 2022
Twitter shareholders have approved Elon Musk's $44 billion offer to buy the social media platform, months after the billionaire tried to back out of the deal. The case will be heard by a US court in October. Meanwhile, a Senate panel has heard explosive testimony about security practices at Twitter. A whistleblower alleges that a Chinese agent was on Twitter's payroll and that management routinely ignored warnings about data security. Also in the show, US inflation hovers near 40-year highs.
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A secondary school in southern France embrace of social diversity programming a few years ago is now bearing fruit. Launched five years ago, the initiative aims to welcome students living in the the disadvantaged neighbourhoods of the city. It allows them to grow academically and socially, making a positive impact in the classroom. Noemie Roche and Aurore-Cloe Dupuis report.
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Social and political issues continue to plague South Africa even 30 years after the end of apartheid. Instead of blaming poor leadership and a corrupt government, many are turning their anger against foreigners, with xenophobic attacks on the rise. One anti-immigrant group now even wants to run for office in the 2024 elections. But are migrants linked at all to the state of affairs in the country?
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X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, is not a signatory to the EU-wide code of conduct to crack down on fake news on social media platforms and advertising companies
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It's taken decades, but India's parliament has passed a law guaranteeing more seats for female politicians. But bringing more women into politics remains an uphill battle.
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The mayor of Derna is among those held over allegations of mismanagement and negligence that could have contributed to deadly dam collapses earlier this month.
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Hollywood screenwriters and studios have reached a tentative agreement to end the writers strike that has brought the TV and movie industry to a standstill for nearly five months. The Writers Guild of America announced the deal late Sunday with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, the group that represents studios, streaming services and producers in negotiations.