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By Kenneth Amaeshi & Ndidi Nnoli   Organisations are living organisms. They breathe, live, grow, fall sick, and die.
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By Ken Amaeshi   There is a growing interest in entrepreneurs as the solution to contemporary global challenges—climate change,
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JEFFREY SACHS, a leading voice on sustainability, must be a sad man now. He must be sad to observe the global drift, the reckless
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By Ken Amaeshi   The dominant view in most countries is that firms are excessively involved in tax avoidance. The odd thing is
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Innocent Okwuosa Africapitalism rests on the notion that the cure for developing countries’ problems especially Africa, rests with
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Seth Kaplan When presenting my recent book on poverty and inclusive development in fragile states, I always start off with the concept
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Mega entrepreneur, Tony Onyemaechi Elumelu, reached a peak in business and forayed into ideas, into the philosophy of development and
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When presenting my recent book on poverty and inclusive development in fragile states, I always start off with the concept of
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The African private sector has a clear and crucial role to play in supporting the push to mainstream the United Nations Sustainable
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There is no gainsaying the fact that Africa is riddled by a plethora of challenges – poverty, diseases, conflicts, bad governance,