There are very few people in the world that don’t have to sell something to others.
It doesn’t matter if you are selling to your customers, family, or friends. We all have products, services, or ideas to sell, but selling is challenging.
Despite their recent upgrade to the more mainstream emerging market league, United Arab Emirates and Qatar are considered risky enough by many investors that they still treat them like frontier markets.
Erratic price moves, difficulties of accessing the market, and deep political
The group now calling itself the Islamic State rampaged across the border between Syria and Iraq a month ago and has since declared a caliphate across a swathe of the Middle East from Aleppo to the outskirts of Baghdad.
But if its leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, who has proclaimed h
Samsung Electronics is losing smartphone ground not only to cheaper Chinese rivals but also at the high end to Apple, a survey showed, in an ominous sign for the South Korean giant as Apple readies to launch its next-generation iPhone 6.
Samsung last week gave second-quarter earn
The Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region accounted for nearly half of the $492 billion global spending on energy subsidies, making the burden on public resources quite substantial, according to a report.
The QNB Group noted that while total spending on e
Fifty billion dollars may be enough to trigger major changes to regulation of the Arab world's second biggest stock market.
That sum is the value wiped off the Dubai and Abu Dhabi stock exchanges since May by the bursting of a bubble that was inflated by wild speculation amon
While a majority of fresh graduates in the UAE feel finding a job is a challenge, 73 per cent of them are considering entrepreneurship as a viable career option, according to a survey.
The Bayt.com ’Fresh Graduates in the Middle East and North Africa’ survey, recently
By now everyone knows the shale revolution was made possible by the combination of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing.
But although fracking has captured the popular imagination, and is often used as a synonym for the whole phenomenon, horizontal drilling was actually t