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Weekly Roundup: Orbitz, Apple, PZ Cussons, Domino’s Pizza

Google unveils Nexus 7 tablet at cheaper price point, targeting iPad’s domination.

Apple wins injunction against sales of Samsung 10.1 Galaxy Tab in the U.S.

Asia now boasts more high-networth individuals than North America.

Mac users pay more for goods online than PC users admit online travel site Orbitz

Experiential luxury on the rise as luxury industry reaches $1.5tn globally.

Online tracking gains in popularity amongst the web’s 50 most visited sites.

South Africa’s investor profile slumps as Nigeria competes for investment dollars

Engaging your customers may improve effectiveness of your staff, the FT writes.

Huawei sets up technical training facilities in Lagos.

PZ Cussons Nigeria unveils new ‘Cussons Mum & Me’ campaign, first ever designed for ‘bump to baby’

Nigeria to earn $136m from cassava export pact with China.

LASAA begins 3-month project to verify and capture all Out-Of-Home advertising properties in the state.

CAP Plc’s Dulux Paints embarks on N10m project to uplift facade of Red Cross Orphanage.

Punch Nigeria discusses lack of loyalty amongst customers within the telecoms industry.

Domino’s Pizza steadies for entry into Nigeria‘s growing retail and fast food industries.

Sony VIAO launches its E and C Series in Lagos, Port Harcourt, and Abuja.


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