A private hospital in Bahrain is reportedly planning to sell off land to raise the money it needs to pay staff.
International Hospital of Bahrain (IHB) medical director Dr Abdul Shaheed Naseeb blamed an 80 per cent drop in busines
Zain Bahrain has, in partnership with Microsoft, launched Zain Pay, a direct mobile operator billing facility for the Windows Phone Store.
The first-of-its-kind initiative in Bahrain will now enable Zain customers to charge their
The shareholders of Al Salam Bank Bahrain will get BD10.7 million ($28.2 million) as dividend following the approval of the board recommendation at the bank's Annual General Meeting yesterday (February 24).
The dividend payout
Companies in Bahrain implementing, or planning, industrial projects will have to pay more for natural gas from April 1.
The Cabinet yesterday (January 12) decided to unify the price of natural gas, and increase it gradually, follo
Oil and gas explorer Circle Oil said it had received a $15 million payment from the Egyptian government as part of Egypt's plan to pay off debts owed to energy companies operating in the north African nation.
"This has re
A group of 41 labourers who said they were forced to sleep rough on the streets of Manama, Bahrain because their employer allegedly failed to pay them have finally collected their salaries.
They received their payment for three mo
A group of 41 labourers claim to have been forced to sleep rough on the streets of Manama, Bahrain after their employer allegedly failed to pay for their accommodation.
The workers, a mix of Indian, Pakistani, Nepalese and Banglad
Bahrainis working in the kingdom's hospitality sector are in line to benefit from an increased minimum wage.
A proposal to raise the minimum salary for the sector to BD300 ($773.50) was approved by the Cabinet yesterday (Augus
The second largest union representing workers at Aluminium Bahrain (Alba) has refused to join calls for a company-wide strike over pay and benefits.
More than 2,500 employees represented by the Alba Labour Unio
Egypt's new president Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi pledged on Tuesday to give up half his salary and property and called on the Egyptian people to make similar sacrifices in a bid to prepare the public for a period of painful economic austerity.