October 30, 2014
Builders are now scrambling to obtain loans and digging into cash reserves for money to tackle the projects.
October 29, 2014
The Arab Spring ain't over, or at least demands: voting Tunisians place jobs at the top of their priority list
In Tunisia, however, millions cast their ballots today in the second democratic elections in the country’s history.
It's not about bikinis: Lebanon world's eighth worst in terms of gender equality-World Economic Forum
Lebanon is the world’s eighth worst country in terms of gender equality and ranks second worst for women’s participation in politics.
Saudi Arabia is set to claim $9 billion worth of cloud-based government services.
The new plane will provide a big panoramic view with walls fitted with screens all around that would let you see what’s outside.
One of the biggest problems facing small and medium enterprises starting a business in Dubai these days is opening a local bank account.
October 28, 2014
Rapidly expanding population growth, increasing tourism and rising disposable income levels have stimulated remarkable increases in food and beverage consumption across Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) members in recent years
October 27, 2014
Employees’ health and wellbeing is a focus for businesses now more than ever, with architects and designers focusing on maximising access to natural light and clean air.
Dubai’s economy from 1975 through 2008 grew by a factor of 11, making it the fastest-growing economy in the world over the period.
Advanced attackers and the APT don’t just go after military secrets and big ticket items like KFC’s secret recipe.
In fact, Saudi Arabia has everything to win the hearts of even the most discriminating foreign traveler
Most expats depend on receiving their salaries on time so they can send remittances to their families back home.
October 26, 2014
While confidentiality is a normal clause in commercial contracts, it is not comprehensible in the context of laws and regulations related to the exploitation of a national resource.
The next OPEC meeting in Vienna on November 27 will be crucial in many ways. Eyes are focused on it.
On the brink of recession: Israel's central bank has a tough decision to make on quantitative easing
In the absence of any real fiscal policy, the Bank of Israel is being forced to bear the brunt alone,