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  • Faced with high-profile criticism, law school deans pull out the scare tactics in defense of the lucrative status quo. Source:
  • One of the nation’s top law schools has been hit with an apparent norovirus outbreak. Source:
  • LONDON, Nov 2 (Reuters) – Nigerian crude oil price differentials were weaker on Monday as a large volume of November-loading cargoes and weaker European refining margins weighed on the market. Source:
  • Some jobs just churn through lawyers. Source:
  • Here’s a scenario right out of a Neal Stephenson subplot or The Good Wife a couple seasons ago: One morning, you log onto your computer, only to find that all of your irreplaceable files have been cryptographically locked. Someone else holds the key, and that someone will only unlock your data if you pay them […]
  • We’d say it’s a tough time for Rosie O’Donell, but then isn’t it always? Lady can’t seem to get it together. It’s been eons since the whole world saw behind the Tom-Cruise-lovin’, Queen-of-Nice curtain. And what we saw wasn’t pretty. She had one of the most awkward on-air interactions with Tom Selleck, claimed liars get […]
  • Ethiopia has a better regulatory environment that promotes the ease of doing business compared to other Sub-Saharan Africa countries, a new World Bank report says. Source:
  • (The following statement was released by the rating agency) LONDON, November 02 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings believes that the recent alleged irregularities raised by Nigeria’s Financial Reporting Council (FRC) into Nigerian Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc’s (SIBTC; AAA(nga)) financial reporting for 2013 and 2014 have not affected the propensity of its South African majority shareholder, Standard Bank […]
  • LAGOS, Nov 2 (Reuters) – Nigeria’s state oil company reported a loss in September as persistently weak oil prices hurt Africa’s biggest crude producer, a report showed on Monday. Source:
  • Of all the grand plans minted by Thabo Mbeki and Olusegun Obasanjo during the golden years of the South Africa-Nigeria partnership, military cooperation has seen the least progress. On conflict resolution, the two sides rarely pull their weight together. They often divide their labour or differ fundamentally on strategy. Source:
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