The individual employee and the technology they choose are leading factors that will shape the workplace over the next five years, according to a recent report.
Citrix’ annual Technology Landscape document developed by the c
Corporate law firm Al Ruwayeh & Partners (ASAR) has closed local share transfer formalities as legal adviser for Harsco's joint venture Bahraini company involved in the infrastructure industry.
Last year, Harsco Corporation and
Egyptian investment bank Beltone Financial will discuss the possibility of splitting its shares on Monday, it said in a statement to the Cairo stock exchange.
Last week Beltone said that, together with a group
The company planning the first initial share offering on Dubai's main stock market for five years says it will spend the proceeds on opening more than 100 fashion stores, restaurants and cafes across the Gulf region over the next five years.
Abu Dhabi-based Insurance House said it had secured the approval of the Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA) to launch a 10 per cent share buyback program.
The publicly-listed company on the Abu Dhabi Securities Market said
The first part of the Oman government's sale of a 19 per cent stake in telecommunications operator Omantel, part of efforts to revive its privatisation programme, was 1.99 times subscribed, the company said on Sunday.
Shares in InterContinental Hotels Group fell on Tuesday as a failure to announce a return of cash to shareholders and higher-than-expected costs for 2014 eclipsed a 10 per cent rise in 2013 profit.
The firm, which declined to comm
DHL, a leading express and logistics provider, has partnered with Etihad Cargo to share capacity on its new five times a week freighter service operating through Abu Dhabi.
The new cargo services use DHL’s Airbus A300-600 fr
Lenovo, a leading computer hardware and electronics company, has recorded a market growth of 56.4 per cent year-on-year (YOY) in 2013 in the UAE, said a report.
The company ended the quarter with a record 22.4 per cent in total PC
The board of Saudi Arabia Fertilizers Co (Safco) has recommended the firm pay a cash dividend of six riyals ($1.60) per share for the second half of 2013, a bourse filing said on Tuesday.
This is in line with the dividend paid for