Business News

Syrian business community giving up on Assad

Share:

Arab countries have found a new source of foreign investment amid the region’s turmoil: Syrian businessmen who have given up

Share:

Gulf, Qatar airlines win Saudi domestic routes

Share:

The Saudi aviation authority has awarded Qatar Airways and Bahrain’s Gulf Air licences to operate domestic flights in the vast

Share:

The rather dangerous Monsieur Hollande

Share:

IT IS half of the Franco-German motor that drives the European Union. It has been the swing country in the

Share:

Google eyes opportunity in Lebanon

Share:

Lebanon might be halfway around the world from the tech hub of Silicon Valley, but Wednesday hundreds of digital enthusiasts

Share:

Top executive in Asia-Pacific to quit JP Morgan

Share:

JP Morgan’s most senior banker in Asia-Pacific, Gaby Abdelnour, will quit this summer to pursue personal interests, according to a

Share:

Saudi owns 40% of total Arab investments in Lebanon

Share:

The volume of Saudi investments in Lebanon amounted to $6 billion (SR22.50 billion), which accounts for nearly 40 percent of

Share:

Trouble in Congo over company with ties to Hezbollah

Share:

Democratic Republic of Congo has awarded lucrative forestry concessions to a company controlled by a Lebanese businessman who also runs

Share:

The Fate of the Syrian Pound

Share:

The use of the Syrian pound has only started in 1948 after the secession of Bank of Syria and Lebanon,

Share:

Steve Jobs is a biological Arab-American with roots in Syria

Share:

Steve Jobs, arguably the most influential CEO in the world, is the biological son of a man born in Syria who studied at the American University of Beirut.

Share:

ArabNet RoadShow conducts workshop on entrepreneurship

Share:

Omar Christidis worked with Dubai Internet City (DIC) for the first time last December, conducting a workshop on entrepreneurship. His

Share: