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How to terminate the perpetual existence feature of companies 


In an earlier article about long-term planning, I argued strongly for the adoption of strategies by company managers and owners that give real effect to the “perpetual existence feature” bestowed on companies by law and practice on incorporation.

The 7 rules of successful investing in stocks

The fear of investing in the stock market has embraced many people for years. It’s quite understandable given the uncertainties and the inevitable volatility of the market, how can one trust the market? No one wants to make losses. Everyone invests to win.

New mining local content law lacks key detail – NRGI

The Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) has said the recently passed Local Content and Local Participation regulations for Ghana’s mining sector would have been best if it provides further room to detail how to achieve and monitor local content.

Workers at KIA withdraw services, demand MD’s removal

The Ghana Airport Company Limited’s Divisional Union of the Public Services Workers’ Union of the Trade Union Congress, has in a statement directed all general staff of the Kotoka International Airport to withdraw their services.

MTN records GH¢1.3bn profit

Mobile telecommunication leader, MTN Ghana recorded a profit of GH¢1.3 billion last year, about 38.4% year-on-year growth.

Gas sub-sector becoming a fiscal burden to the country – IES study

The Institute for Energy Security’s (IES’) study of the petroleum industry reveals that the natural gas sub-sector is rapidly becoming a fiscal burden to the country due to poor energy strategies, and delays in building the necessary and relevant infrastructure to off-take the processed domestic gas.

Build robust cybersecurity systems - Dr Ernest Addison tells banks

Dr Ernest Addison, Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG), has called on banks to build robust systems that will forestall cybersecurity incidences, strengthen their credit risk management policies, engage in risk-sharing arrangements through syndications, as well as effectively manage their operational risks.