ABU DHABI: Dubai-listed logistics firm Aramex is targeting at least two acquisitions in 2015 as part of the company growth strategy, its founder and vice-chairman said on Monday.
FRANKFURT: SAP cut its full-year earnings forecast as software customers move to applications delivered through the Internet, a trend that’s brought sweeping changes in the technology industry.
NEW YORK: IBM reported a collapse of its third-quarter profits Monday because of the $4.7 billion cost of offloading its micro-chip business to GlobalFoundries.
BRUSSELS: The European Union has ended a long-running telecoms row with China, the EU's trade chief said on Monday, dropping a threat to levy punitive tariffs on Chinese telecoms exports and easing te
TAIPEI: Booming shipments of the iPhone 6 helped Taiwan's export orders jump 12.7 percent in September year-on-year to a record $43.3 billion, the government said Monday.
RIYADH: National Commercial Bank (NCB) has responded to criticism of its operations from Islamic scholars by pledging to convert itself into a full-fledged Islamic bank within about five years.
Saudi Arabia’s benchmark Tadawul All-Share Index bucked the three-day prevailing downward trend and logged a sharp gain of 2.39 percent on Sunday.
Total revenues of the Kingdom are expected to reach SR1.1 trillion in the current year, or a surplus of SR147 billion over the projected SR855 billion budget estimated earlier in the year, a financial
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, chairman of Kingdom Holding Company (KHC), met Tom Wolber, president of Euro Disney S.A.S, Paris and Mark Stead, CFO of Disneyland Paris.
RIYADH: Saudi Arabian retailer Jarir Marketing Co.
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