Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE), one of the world's largest aircraft leasing companies revealed that it will sell a portfolio of 18 mid-life aircraft to institutional investors.
The service will initially launch in Dubai and Jeddah, with Egypt and Pakistan to follow. The pricing structure will include a customer fee for delivery as well.
For a startup that captured widespread attention for its promise to launch a new cryptocurrency designed from the ground up to serve anyone around the world with unreliable central banks, the
ADNOC’s new fuel station will be located in Dubai Investment Park.
The newly discovered tomb, which dates back to the fifth dynasty of the old kingdom of Egypt, is located near to Giza Pyramids; at the ancient necropolis of Saqqara.
Billionaire Naguib Sawiris's Orascom Investment Holding (OIH) has signed a contract with the Supreme Council of Antiquities to manage and provide services in the Pyramids of Giza area.
The newly formed joint venture company will go to market as YahClick (powered by Hughes) and will be operational with immediate effect.
According to a statement, the JV – dubbed Raytheon Saudi Arabia – will market and provide integrated defensive cybersecurity software and hardware capabilities.
Mohammed Khammas, CEO of Al Ahli Holding Group, invested in film and entertainment to back blockbusters and bring A-listers such as Ed Sheeran and Guns N’(...)
When Tariq Al Wahedi took the reins of Agthia, the company was trying to cope with a dip in profitability. He has since then been transforming Agthia into a(...)
IBM’s Middle East and Africa head Takreem El-Tohamy is steering the firm to focus on emerging technologies such as blockchain and artificial intelligence.
Many founder-CEOs draw just a token salary of $1 while the bulk of their remuneration is tied to the company's performance. Here are the top CEOs in the Silicon Valley who drew just $1 as salary.
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