May 21, 2015
The use of video interviews during recruitment in the MENA region is beneficial for both employers and job applicants alike.
Netanyahu backtracks on a just-implemented decision banning Palestinians from using Israeli buses in the West Bank.
May 20, 2015
The industry is creating immense value for consumers, who value mobile technologies at 11 to 45 percent of their income.
A meeting among the countries' envoys was aimed at boosting aid for Jordan's efforts on the refugee crisis.
The $500 million power plant comes as part of the state's five-year plan to provide environment-friendly electric energy.
The country is likely to avoid deep cuts in spending as the real GDP grows by 4 percent in 2015.
The factory will start production in June and has the capacity to increase Lebanon's cigarette boxes by 23,000.
Hundreds of residents in southern Tunisia gathered in the streets Wednesday protesting the country's high unemployment rate, residents said Wednesday.
A small start-up in Gaza City employs 89 people, many of them young and waiting for an employment opportunity.
The Social Security Corporation increased the salaries of its retirees to match the inflation of 2014.
The UN's World Economic Situation and Prospects Report forecasts slow economic growth for 2015-2016.
Family-run SMEs are the heart of Egypt, but need nurturing through the generations to survive, according to KPMG.
Four Qataris received life imprisonment and hit ith a Dhs1 million for social media offences.
A study by One Hour Translation reveals six of the hottest global technology trends.
Australian outsourcing service does your dirty work by breaking up electronically or by proxy.
Employers are often reluctant to spend on training, but the benefits of such spending often outweigh the cost. Here's why.
Big families like buying in bulk, but there are drawbacks. Here are a few tips for your next grocery shop.
May 19, 2015
A ministry official said the sudden drop showed evidence of "the scale of the damage to infrastructure."
Dubai's Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum issued a new law establishing the Dubai World Trade Centre as a freezone.
The Jordan National Commission for Women said ladies faced less discrimination in the public sector compared with private companies.
Techies have developed a system that allows smart devices to 'talk' to each other without user intervention.
Abu Dhabi-based Al Ahli Group delves deeper into superhero territory with plans for broadcast-ready animation.
The IMF has released a report with details of the direct aid given to Arab nations by Saudi Arabia.
Egypt seeks an expansion of the Qualifying Industrial Zones (QIZ) trade agreement, which would allow more of its products to enter the US duty-free.
The International Monetary Fund has cautioned that the current political standoff and the weight of hosting refugees are taking a toll on Lebanon's economy.
Iran has relaunched the process for reapplying for membership in the World Trade Organization, amid ongoing nuclear negotiations.
Air Arabia Jordan launches an inaugural flight to Kuwait as part of a strategy to promote low-cost tourism.
The newly launched robotics challenge in the UAE has a pleasant surprise for the winners.
Investment in innovation and technlogy will help the Middle East to meet the region's growing energy needs, according to Abu Dhabi's International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC).
Cabinet will continue its discussions of the budget bill in a session Wednesday.
Talking money with your employers may be awkward, but your performance is only one part of getting the salary that you think you deserve. Here are some tips to help.
Sponsors of soccer's World Cup were urged Monday to seek labor reforms in Qatar.
Know what you're worth before talking to your manager about a salary increase.
May 18, 2015
Lufthansa passengers can now use their watches as a boarding card.
Profits built over the past two years is expected to keep the banks strong against the real estate market.
Reports said sides agreed that just 40 workers would be laid off instead of 115 in plants in the South.
The government hopes to preserve the competitiveness of Egypt's financial market and investments.
Up to 47 percent of Lebanese people aged over 15 have access to a bank account, up ten percent from the year before, according to World Bank figures.
An NGO has teamed up with the Arabian Anti-Piracy Alliance to combat counterfeit goods across the GCC.
On average the region's viewers will consume an estimated 545 million hours per month of short-form video.
The killing of a top Daesh commander by US forces in Syria could have a severe impact on the country's oil industry, experts have said.
The official said Iran is still likely to request the oil reduction but has low expectations for the next meeting in June.
Following the release of the D&B Business Optimism Index survey in Saudi Arabia for Q2, it seems hope in business has dropped slightly. But why?
Most companies will face problems with retention at some point.
Salaries have increased by seven percent in H1 this year across the GCC's construction sector, according to an industry expert.
Any choice you make can jeopardize your professional relationship.
Jordan's King Abdullah inaugurated a solar power plant Sunday at the Royal Court.
"Mobile technology is fundamentally changing the world we live in today."
Microsoft's new smartphone is available for pre-booking.
May 17, 2015
A new device to launch this summer has a built-in iris scanner, used to replace phone passwords.
The DNA robot laboratory, run by a professor at Bar-Ilan University, developed a method of producing DNA molecules that can be programmed for various parts of the body.
Leading investors from around the world are eager to invest in real estate properties in Turkey.
The Dubai freehold property market's gap in affordable homes is being addressed.
"Islamic banks are significantly improving the process of financial inclusion."
International credit ratings agency Moody's said promises given by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to his coalition might be worth billions of shekels.
A new study shows unemployment rate in three areas increased to 22.1 percent, from 14.5 percent before the Syrian war began.
The largest Gulf logistics group's net profit soared to $39.4 million, a 5 percent jump compared with the same period last year.
The Israeli company has sold its 50 percent stake in the iconic Times Square Building in Manhattan, New York.
CEOs of the US airlines pointed toward the Gulf carriers' 25 percent growth in the US this year, saying evidence of the advantage "cannot be ignored."
Egypt's finance minister welcomed a revision of ratings provider Standard and Poor, saying the change will encourage financial institutions to offer further funding.
The "deal" that you lock in today will have an impact on your personal budget for years.
Egypt's market plunged after MSCI's decision to exclude Telecom Egypt from its emerging markets index.
May 16, 2015
Adi Yoffe can predict the future — she spots trends before consumers are even aware of what's popular.
Nearly 65 percent of prospective employers use Facebook to check job applicants' shared information, affecting their decision.
Researchers have developed an app to help you learn a language faster, even during the time gap spent waiting for a friend to respond to chats.
The city's expanding metro system has become the popular option of transportation for residents.
May 15, 2015
World Economic Forum's latest Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index listed the UAE as the most tourism-friendly destination in the MENA region.