WASHINGTON: Microsoft began rolling out its Windows 10 operating system Wednesday, aiming to revive the tech giant’s fortunes, especially in mobile and the “Internet of Things.”
LONDON: Oil prices slid Wednesday as investors awaited the US Federal Reserve’s latest monetary policy meeting and a closely watched report on crude inventories in the world’s biggest economy.
JEDDAH: Saudi Telecom Co. (STC) blamed rising costs as it posted an 8.7 percent fall in second-quarter profitto extend a profit slump.
DUBAI: Dubai home sales shrank by about two-thirds in the first half of 2015, and prices also slipped, with further declines expected over the rest of the year, property consultants JLL said in a repo
Saudi Arabia is blessed with some of the world’s largest oil and gas reserves, and is consistently one of the world’s largest oil and gas producers.
SAN FRANCISCO: Twitter shares hit the slide on Tuesday as executives warned that the messaging service’s path to mainstream popularity would be a long one.
SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines (SIA) said its first quarter net profit more than doubled from a year earlier as fuel expenses fell due to lower oil prices.
OTA, Japan: Yasuyuki Yoshinaga was in a good mood at the early May earnings briefing in Tokyo.
FRANKFURT: Automaker Volkswagen AG saw profits slip in the second quarter despite taking the global lead in sales over Toyota and GM.
NEW DELHI: General Motors Co.
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