Applied Innovation Institute, Ooredoo and Pearson have announced the return of the ‘Arab Mobile App Challenge’ (Amac) for the second year in a row.
The challenge, which saw thousands of participants enter in 2013, will help
Students from Bahrain University have edged out teams from across the world to secure third place in a major technology competition.
Alaa Mohammed Abdulraheem and Marwa Buheila, known as Team Butterfly, returned to Bahrain last ni
A team of engineering students from Bahrain, who failed to succeed at a major solar powered boats competition, plans to put their skills to the test once again.
They represented Bahrain University at the Dong E
A trio of Bahraini students will be representing the Middle East at a major global technology competition next month.
Bahrain University information technology students Alaa Abdulraheem, Amna Hafedh and Marwa B
Etisalat expects to conclude a long-delayed deal to allow competition in UAE fixed-line telecommunications services by the end of 2014, a company document states, which could threaten its dominant position in the lucrative sector.
Four Qatari high school students are set to visit top research laboratories in the US after winning a contest run by Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar (WCMC-Q) recently.
Fahad Saad Al Suwaidi, Mai Nasser A
Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways on Sunday said its strategy of buying stakes in European airlines was bringing fresh competition to the region, despite close scrutiny by regulators over whether its investments comply with European ownership rules
Fifty-six Saudi companies were fined SR222 million ($59.18 million) for price manipulation by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry's competition commission, a report said.
Companies have the right to become dominant pla
The Abu Dhabi Council for Economic Development (Adced) has launched a business idea contest as part of the Akoun Entrepreneurship Awareness Campaign.
The Akoun Business Idea Competition 2014 is open to all Emir
The violators of the competition law in Saudi Arabia will face a fine of up to SR 10 million ($2.7 million) following an amendment passed by the Council of Ministers, said a report.
Repeated violators of the law would face a doubl