February 2, 2016
Ultimate Tutankhamun, Saving Egypt's Oldest Pyramids, The Egyptian Job and Time Scanners will be given special air time throughout the month of February.
IT spending in businesses is the latest casualty of low oil prices, with a slowdown in spending forecast for 2016.
Egypt's petroleum minister has approved an agreement for two firms to begin excavation on a 191sq km area southwest of Ta'er al-Bahr.
New ideas, and the ability to translate them into reality helps to improve financial performance. Here's how to encourage new ways of thinking at the office.
The BDS movement in Jordan shared its criticism of the gas deal on Twitter, directing questions at officials.
Falling oil prices may teach Saudi students planning to study abroad a hard lesson.
Lebanon's position near the bottom of the Arab Advisors Group’s Cellular Competition Intensity Index remains unchanged from last year.
The latest Global Islamic Economy Report indicates that the growing halal industry could be worth $3.7 trillion by 2019 with 10.8 percent annual rise in spending.
Analysts from Goldman Sachs cast doubt on the likelihood of harmonized reduction in oil production, despite a campaign from OPEC member Venezuela.
Dubai International Airport first overtook London Heathrow in 2014 as the world' busiest airport in terms of international passengers numbers.
The mega-library will have more than 4.5 million titles and will open in Al Jaddaf area of the emirate in 2017.
The cruise will take between seven and ten days, and plans to launch later this year by Khedri Jahan Darya Company.
February 1, 2016
After false reports of Sierra Leone agreeing to import Lebanon's trash, Russia is the latest country to deny that they would accept the waste.
With the help of Japanese firm JGC, Banagas plans on expanding its business.
A bourse for the trading of the region's agricultural commodities will be launched as part of Egypt's plans to be a hub for grain exchange.
After months of negotiation, Saudi Telecom ups it stakes in Viva.
The consortium includes Chinese and European partners and will includes plans to build the $1.6B Royal Atlantis Hotel and $386M Palm Gateway project.
A better work-life balance helps to keep stress levels in check, but certain professions put on the pressure. Make sure your interests and disposition are well matched.
Weeding out a few misconceptions about money management.
Trust, personal opinions, and personal space in relationships all get eroded by overusing social networks.
Abu Dhabi will host its first-ever Kite Festival on February 19.
Demand for quality home care is outstripping supply in the GCC due to factors such as demographics, over-capacity in public facilities, and high numbers of chronic lifestyle ailment sufferers.
Higher security-related costs such as insurance premiums and higher fuel consumption present major challenges for airlines flying over the region.
January 31, 2016
Bahrain has enlisted UK agency M&C Saatchi to spearhead a global tourism campaign that will have a soft launch at Bahrain Formula One in April.
In a welcome move to ease Lebanon's crowded roads, a Lebanese engineer has invented a new carpooling app that connects hitchers with rides.
The billionaires continue their battle on Twitter.
Under Egypt's latest measures, higher import taxes on hundreds of imported products will be imposed on February 1 in an effort to protect local industries.
Qatar becomes a Partner Exchange and commits to transparency and maintaing standards under the voluntary United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchanges initiative.
Whether it's done with tech or talk, children should learn the basics of financial literacy: saving, borrowing and shopping around.
Loose lips can sink ships, and your reputation too. Keep it confidential when it comes to talking about your co-workers.
The IMF has warned Bahrain that urgent fiscal reforms are needed to combat the country's widening deficit.
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority has opened the tenders for the development of the Dubai Green Fund, the framework for clean energy investment.