August 2, 2015
A group of cybercriminals are hacking companies around the world to manipulate stock prices.
Bank of Beirut saw a net profit of $89 million in the first six months of 2015.
A conflict between an Egyptian news outlet and advertising company casts a shadow over the media scene.
Iran plans to increase production to meet the demands of European markets.
The refugees on Sunday staged a sit-in in front of the UNRWA headquarters to protest a reduction in services.
The Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation said donor partners granted the country $1.06 billion between January and July.
The new security cameras were welcomed by taxi drivers, who say the new monitoring system will make their jobs easier.
Jerusalem light rail service returned to normal late Sunday morning after a strike against a new program employees said would worsen their working conditions.
Existing manufacturers are slashing prices while automotive businesses expect high growth and service-related opportunities in 18 months following deal.
Obama's 12 nation “Trans-Pacific Partnership” (TPP) fails to reach agreement over drugs, auto trade and regional food protection.
Travel and tourism official insists that the garbage crisis has not had an impact on flight bookings from abroad.
John Kerry, assistant secretary of state for economic and business affairs, and a senior advisor will be meeting their counterparts and Sisi in an effort to improve on strained relationship, and sell Iran nuclear deal.
The new free messenger app has 2 million users in the Middle East, of which 1.2 milion are from Saudi Arabia.
The initiative follows the planned replacement of 300 city taxis with hybrid vehicles.
When that phone rings, make sure you are ready!
The UAE is finally following the global trend of mobile-based transactions, according to a new survey.
August 1, 2015
OPEC said price volatility and oversupply was damaging the market.
The US has given the World Food Program $65 million for Middle Eastern countries struggling to support Syrian refugees.
The airport had more than two million passengers in one month alone.
Oil production in northern Iraq continues without disruption.
July 31, 2015
The government plans to raise electricity prices for mid-to-high household usage by an average of 19 percent.
July 30, 2015
The Northeastern Badia District in Jordan showed low passing rates for students.
The Ministry of Economy said the revised fuel prices in the UAE will not have an impact on the price of consumer goods.
Small businesses have been severely hit by the pile-up as fewer customers enter the establishments.
Iranian Khodro and German Mercedes-Benz will sign a deal soon for production of cars, Iran's auto manufacturer said.
Samsung has announced the date for its next Galaxy Unpacked event where the company will launch the next flagship Note.
Here are some tips to help teach your children financial responsibility at an early age.
The Lebanese government hopes to enroll 200,000 Syrian students in public schools this year, nearly double the number of last year.
July 29, 2015
The country would raise tourism revenues to $26 billion.
More fuel is expected to enter Gaza over the next two days to double the amount of electricity for Gaza's power plant.
The State Department approved sales of US Patriot interceptor missiles and aircraft countermeasure systems.
The program would allow Lebanese exports to the US without paying duties and customs in efforts to boost the economy.
Egypt's communications and information technology minister promised the new Internet would be implemented in the country by the first quarter of next year.
The Gaza Strip's only functioning power plant is set to resume operations following a one-week hiatus.
The first half of property values in Oman showed a 45.9 percent rise compared with the first half of 2014.
Here are some key points about Microsoft's new operating system launched Wednesday.
The country is seeking to improve relationships with countries across the Middle East, especially with the UAE.
The drop in gold prices has many families heading to the market to stock up on gold.
Deregulating oil increased the cost of fuel by 23 percent, but there is some good news.
Pace can be a difficult adjustment for those dealing with a new work environment.
The first truckloads of Qatari-funded fuel left from the Suez Canal in Egypt on Tuesday to support Gaza after its sole power plant shut down.
The UAE on Tuesday announced new fuel prices effective in August.
The Dubai-based global shipping terminal operator DP World has launched construction work on a new terminal at Jebel Ali Port.
The dumping of trash near Beirut's airport poses a threat to air travel safety.
Results from education exams are expected to spur celebrations across the country.
Leaders of the organization said the move had previously not been possible while sanctions were still in place.
Chinese authorities have arrested nine people linked to a company that manufactured tens of thousands of fake iPhones.
Windows 10 has gotten mixed responses among analysts.
Egypt is allowing smaller vessels in the Mediterranean direct access to East Port Said to speed up shipping movements.
July 28, 2015
The dispute between the Muslim Brotherhood and the unlicensed group is moving to new level of complication.
A healthy diet may give you the energy boost you need to alter your work habits.
Some easy tricks can go a long way in the hiring process.
Ali Alghanim and Sons highlighted the third-generation BMW available at its showroom.
RTA's Public Transport Agency has launched its online booking for its Water Taxi service.
A deal was reached Monday night to end a severe garbage crisis.
The data released in a report ranked Egypt fourth-most sued.
Iran has revoked visa requirements for nationals of seven countries as part of plans to boost tourism.
Russian oil and gas companies plan to restart projects worth a total of $1.6 billion with Syria.
Qatar's armed forces will receive low-level radar systems from Italy's Finmeccanica-Salex ES.
The king's holiday home overlooks the beach and prohibits public tourism.
Jordan on Sunday stressed the UN should continue to offer services for as long as the problem exists.
The increase brings the kingdom's contribution to $60 million a year.
The Dubai-based airline said it will start operating a second daily service to the capital.
The specs may give other popular choices a run for their money.
July 27, 2015
Financial corruption in Egypt has cost nearly $450 million worth of state funds in one month alone.
The business model is changing, and students need to be prepared.
A major highway linking Beirut with south Lebanon was reopened Monday after 500 protesters blocked it for a second day.
Here are some easy pointers for those looking for a job and perusing the Internet.
July 26, 2015
The UNRWA is suffering a severe financial crisis that forced it to severely cut aid for Palestinian refugees.
Residents blocked the Beirut-Sidon highway in protest of dumping Lebanon's waste into their village.
The International Civil Aviation Organization is investigating a complaint Jordan submitted against Israel's construction of a new airport near Aqaba.
Nile barges will be prohibited from passing through Cairo from sunset to sunrise until the end of September.
The Big Heart Foundation has pledged to donate nearly $2 million toward three projects run by the UNHCR.
Samsung is disabling Windows Update on some computers, leaving users exposed to security holes.
Iran's media reported on Sunday that aviation officials have started negotiations with several European airliners to increase weekly flights.
MENA governments are considering new tax measures to broaden their revenue base.
Fuel prices are expected to drop in August after the decline of Brent oil.
Experts advised banks in Lebanon to keep up with new technologies if it wanted to maintain growth.
WhatsApp has released an update for Android users with new features.
Egypt began the first trial of the new Suez Canal on Saturday with three container ships.
Some spending choices can turn into great future investments.
Iranian officials said assets amount to $29 billion.
The country will set aside 1 billion Egyptian pounds ($130 million) of its annual budget in the fiscal year to help develop its slums.
July 25, 2015
Training employees efficiently to get the skills they need for the job can save valuable time and money.
Iran's oil industry delegation set off for Vienna to introduce investment opportunities.
Estonia has given several weapons to Iraq to help it combat Daesh militants.
July 24, 2015
Shipments through the Port of Beirut in June 2015 increased by 81 percent compared with the same month last year.
Egypt is targeting a GDP growth rate of 4.5 to 4.7 percent in the first quarter of the fiscal year.
July 23, 2015
The Saudi Railways Organization has increased the frequency of trains between Riyadh and Dammam.
Bahrain's non-oil sectors outdid growth projections, expanding by five percent in the first quarter.
The Palestinian Minister of Housing and Public Works said reconstruction of the Gaza Strip started Tuesday.
Egypt's Suez Canal revenues continued to fall in June for the fourth consecutive month.
Germany's tech giant won a major contract to construct three substations in Qatar.
A senior Iranian government official said Tehran has successfully negotiated more than $2 billion worth of trade deals.
UAE consumers are hitting the shops over the next few days.
The sale of 1,500 TOW 2A missiles to Lebanon has been allowed by the State Department.
Authorities are looking into the option of a direct route to transport goods to Iraq after Baghdad's border closure.
Sony may need to address an issue before the price is worth all of its benefits.
The furniture giant issued a safety warning for 27 million chests and dressers.
Lebanon will receive $450 million from an international donors conference in Kuwait.