January 29, 2015
Dubai Municipality has asked supermarkets to provide one cashier specifically made for purchasing these foods due to several complaints made by Muslims in the UAE.
Casino du Liban’s board of directors is reassessing its decision to lay off 191 employees.
Facebook posted a fourth-quarter revenue of $3.85 billion up 49 per cent from $2.59 billion in the year-ago period.
Oil remained weak in Asia on Thursday after data showing record US stockpiles sent prices tumbling to the lowest level in nearly six years.
Royal Dutch Shell has signed a deal with Iraq worth $11 billion to build a petrochemicals plant in the southern oil hub of Basra.
Etihad Airways will offer jobs to more than 6,000 UAE nationals over the next five years as part of its UAE national development strategy, the airline said.
A total of 27 IPOs were issued in 2014, raising a collective total of 11.5 billion US dollars, almost four times the 3 billion US dollars that was raised in 2013 from 25 IPOs.
Dubai-based mall operator Majid Al Futtaim signalled on Tuesday it expects the emirate to remain a magnet for shoppers, announcing plans to double its business within five years.
Despite the high price, it is not the most costliest phone in the world.
January 28, 2015
The price of gas in Israel is currently linked to the US and Israeli consumer price indexes plus 1%, for eight years.
Iraq has offered discounts to European purchasers of its oil in February, similar to those offered by Saudi Arabia, amid signs of intense competition between OPEC’s two largest producers.
Jordan will sign an agreement to purchase natural gas from Cyprus before the end of June this year, according to a senior government official.
The company sold 74.5 million iPhones in its fiscal first quarter ended Dec. 27, while many analysts had expected fewer than 70 million.
Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) and partner launched a 350 pence-a-share offer direct to Songbird shareholders in December, hoping to add a financial district rivaling the City of London to landmarks already in its portfoli
“What’s happening right now is not a case of the property market bubble bursting ... but of deflating gently.”