A majority of information technology decision makers in the UAE believed that their organisations were victims of cyber attacks in the last 12 months, and almost all of them expect to be targeted again this year, according to a recent survey.
Bahrain has stressed its commitment to implementing laws to improve the status of women and ensure they become equal partners in decision-making.
The kingdom's National Action Charter and the Constitution ensure law enforcemen
Etihad will not be rushed into making a decision over an investment in struggling Italian airline Alitalia, the chief executive of the Abu Dhabi-based airline said on Monday.
"There are no plans to make any announcement at th
Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) said it has won the first contested case before regulatory appeals committee (RAC) in connection with the withdrawal of licences of an UAE-based asset management firm.
DFSA is the independent finan
Egypt is not ready for a decision on funding from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the government said on Saturday in a statement that named Mumtaz al-Saeed as the country's new finance minister.
'Regarding the fate of the de
Bahrain's economy has bounced back registering a significant growth of 19.8 per cent during the second quarter of this year due to the government reform efforts, said senior officials, citing data.
The growth rate at constant price reg
Iran on Saturday condemned a decision by oil consumer nations to release strategic crude stocks as politically motivated interference in the market that would not have a sustained impact on prices.
'The measure by the International Ene
US secretary of state Hillary Clinton said on Saturday Washington had not taken a decision yet on whether to send a US ambasssador back to Syria.
US president Barack Obama has been reviewing US policy toward Syria, including whether to ret
Bahrain's United Gulf Bank (UGB) on Monday said it had not yet decided to sell 'certain mature assets', in response to a newspaper article claiming it was close to selling its commercial lending unit.
On Sunday, Kuwait's Al-Rai newspaper r
Sorouh Real Estate, the UAE's third-biggest property developer by market value, said on Wednesday it made no decision about whether to allow foreigners to own a greater portion of its shares.
Sorouh's executive director of treasury and inv