A decision to close an American-run school in Bahrain today (February 12) over security concerns has been criticised by MPs, who said it played into the hands of terrorists.
They also said a security alert issued by the US Navy sh
The National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) has renamed its wholly-owned subsidiary in America to NBAD Americas N.V.
NBAD established the subsidiary in Curacao in 1979 as Abu Dhabi International Bank N.V., and launched a federal branch in the
When Walmart pledged last year to buy an extra $250 billion in US-made goods over the next decade, it appeared to be just what was needed to help move America's putative manufacturing renaissance from rhetoric to reality.
America is facing its biggest threat to its existence. Not terrorism or the threat of weapons of mass destruction, but from mobile phones.
A survey published by Statista last February revealed that more America
UAE-based Emirates steel has extended its global footprint through its first export shipment to the Americas.
Over 13,000 tonnes of structural steel were recently shipped from Mina (Port) Zayed in Abu Dhabi on board the US ship Il
New cable network Al Jazeera America introduced itself to viewers on Tuesday with reports on political strife in Egypt and the impact of climate change on US cities, shortly after a major pay TV distributor declined to carry the channel.
Qatar Petroleum International (QPI) hopes to extend its new deal with Britain's Centrica by acquiring more gas or tight oil resources across North America, the chief executive said.
Centrica and QPI said in April they would bu
President Barack Obama, who won a second term in the White House on Tuesday, told thousands of supporters in Chicago that "we have picked ourselves up, we have fought our way back" and that for America, the best is ye