September 5, 2013
The lawsuit is one of the first legal actions stemming from anti-corruption trends in Jordan.
The natural cosmetics and beauty sector continues to witness a healthy growth with the glow of the sector growing in spite of political upheavals in the region.
September 4, 2013
Gold prices have hit a three-month high in advance of possible US military action in Syria
The minister for industry and foreign trade, Mounir Fakhry Abdel-Nour, has stressed that the number of Egyptian factories that have closed in recent months is not in the thousands as some reports – and government officials – have suggested
The Sultanate's first Sharia-compliant 'alcohol-free' five-star hotel, Muscat Grand Millennium Hotel, will open for guests next year.
Nokia shares surged close to 50 per cent on Helsinki bourse after the Finnish giant announced the sale of its mobile phone business and patent licences to Microsoft
The news that the letter ‘K’ will be dedicated to Nestlé’s KitKat will surprise most technology commentators, who had widely thought the latest version would be ‘Android Key Lime Pie’, a statement said.
Most other regional shares also fell amid reports of a joint missile test by the United States and Israel.
September 3, 2013
Prince Abdullah bin Mosaad bin Abdulaziz has become the joint owner of English third tier club Sheffield United by buying 50% of its shares, according to UAE-based news portal Arabian Business.
The sale of Nokia's phone business marks the exit of a 150-year-old company that once dominated the global cellphone market and remains one of Europe's premier technology brands.
The blockbuster deal — which will be one of the biggest transactions in corporate history
“The Louvre Museum Abu Dhabi is the most anticipated and prestigious cultural development project in the region. It will be a showcase of artistic mastery and world-class engineering," said CEO of Drake.
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is promoting trade in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) to help the economic integration of the region.
“International companies used to view Jordan as an ICT hub, but nowadays, we are seeing companies leaving the Kingdom and others that have decided against opening offices here", said chairman of Jordan Gaming Task Force.
New study shows that nearly half of the global workforce now works remotely.