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- iPhone maker reportedly preparing to open its largest store globally in Dubai or Abu Dhabi this year
- In the UAE, where 65 per cent of more than 800 residents are sleep deprived
- If treated with compassion, grieving employees could possibly bounce back with vigor.
- If you must share your views during the interview, make sure to assure the employer the views remain yours.
- If Qatari nationals are to fill all of the strategic roles within the country, then nearly 80 per cent of Qataris need to develop leadership skills.
- Lebanon will not abandon its banking secrecy law.
- Several Yemenis standing before the embassy stated that Monday was the last day for transactions.
- The fact that consumers don’t feel physical cash leaving their hands plays into the tendency of some to use plastic more often.
- Your premiums can skyrocket as you get old — and if you’ve any health issues.
- Apple chief Tim Cook is joining Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates and other technology titans who have vowed to donate their wealth to charities.
- A security company has discovered a computer spying campaign that it said "likely" originated with a government agency or political group in Lebanon.
- The app is now again able to provide UAE users VoIP free calls and internet calls to phone numbers abroad.
- YouKnow, an interactive online platform aimed at bridging the gap between citizens and government officials, is making waves in the occupied Palestinian territories
- Facebook’s Messenger app is evolving into a multitasking tool equipped to send an animated fist bump to a friend at one moment and then get a little business done in the next.
- Apple became the number one smartphone vendor in the fourth quarter of last year by overtaking Samsung, which was the leader since 2011.
- The structure strikes a slight resemblance to Dubai’s Burj Khalifa tower.
- In Syria's northeastern province of Latakia, workers roll the country's first locally made cigars, a new product being launched despite the devastating civil conflict now in its fifth year.
- Game developers in the region must cooperate and share data in order to increase production and reach a wider audience, an industry expert said.
- Some Saudi women look down at the idea of marrying a man practicing trades such as mechanic or electrician, but others believe that anyone earning money in an honorable work is good enough.
- Saudi Arabia has announced plans for an industrial city in Jeddah solely dedicated to women, local media reported.