April 21, 2016
The global information giant expands its Middle East operation with a new deal with ADGM.
An American Express survey has found that high-income Qataris spend double the amount as Emiratis on luxury products and services.
The Emirati business magnate aims to support 15,000 STEM students over the next ten years to attend the world's top universities.
Fitch has downgraded the ratings of six oil giants including Shell, Total and Eni as low oil prices eat away at predicted cash flows.
The inspections are the latest in a series of foreign assessments following since the fatal downing of a Russian plane over Sinai in October.
April 20, 2016
Lebanese banks have been warned that US anti-Hezbollah regulations extend to all currencies, including the Lebanese pound.
Snapchat and other internet calling apps such as Viber and Whatsapp do not necessarily have to be revenue drains for UAE telecoms firms, argues an industry expert.
Islamic finance could play a 'modest' role in achieving the UN's sustainable development goals, according to Standard & Poor's global head of islamic finance.
Iranian MPs have endorsed the draft budget, which sets oil at $40 a barrel and nearly doubles the quantity exported prior to sanctions.