December 11, 2013
With its new property regulation laws, Dubai's government might be sticking its nose in your holidays
With the expo 2020 lined up, there is not such option as "going cheap" with accommodation when making a trip to Dubai.
It was last year that the first realty fund was launched and generated 35 per cent to investors when it was liquidated at the end of 2012.
How far are MENA companies willing to bend? Flexible workplaces linked to increased productivity, says report
Sixty-seven percent of Middle East workers have identified flexible working conditions as critical to easing work-related stress and decreasing absentee rates from the office.
Gender equality programs are sorely needed in the Middle East.
While talks and news is focusing on how the Geneva deal may be the best bet to save Iran's economy, a broader look at the Persian country's economy may be a better route to create a pragmatic, sustainable economic policy suitable for today's conditions, as well as tomorrow's.
December 10, 2013
It is noteworthy that Jordan , Palestine and Israel signed in Washington yesterday a memorandum of understanding for the implementation of the first phase of the project carrier Red Sea - Dead , which is one of the most vital strategic water projects in the Kingdom.
Saudi consumers are increasingly the target of cyber attacks, with three out of 10 KSA residents reporting that they have experienced cybercrime within the past year.
Lebanon's tobacco regulatory authority has allocated $39 million to increase the country's cigarette production due to rising demands from domestic consumers---as well as Syria.
Need your Amazon purchase within the hour? No worries...CEO Jeff Bezos plans to have orders to customers within thirty minutes by 2015. How? Drone delivery.
Losing one’s job in the Gulf is more than just a loss of income; it translates to the loss of everything — accommodation, car, friends and a safe, secure country adopted as home.
December 9, 2013
If you feel you are not being paid as much as you deserve, here are some ideas to help you.
Arab conspiracy theorists, be thrilled: the US pentagon has spent $8 trillion to guard Gulf oil and destabilize the Middle East
"The US is destabilizing the region, not stabilizing it. That would not be necessary if we weren’t dependent on petroleum."
Why is Jordan's inflation rate as high as 5 or 6 percent?
Approximately 82 per cent of organisations in the Middle East said they are not confident that they could recover from an IT disaster, but only 37 percent of participating businesses are doing anything about it.
The agreements are for exploration in Egypt's eastern and western deserts and the Gulf of Suez, it reported.