New research from global travel technology company Sabre Corporation has found that travellers from the UAE would be willing to spend an average of $107 (Dh370) on extras to personalise their trips.
The study, which s
Mastercard today announced that its cardholders from select banks in the UAE will now be able use the Samsung Pay service to make payments in a quick and secure way.
Samsung Pay, Samsung’s mobile payments service, is an easy
Travellers are willing to drop a $100 bill to make their travel a little more 'personalised', a new study has revealed.
New research from global travel technology company, Sabre Corporation, which surveyed travellers from
Saudi Arabia's government has decided to curb to some financial perks for public sector employees, according to a live broadcast of the cabinet's weekly meeting.
"The cabinet has decided to stop and cancel some bonuse
BP's shareholders have voted against chief executive Bob Dudley's $20 million pay deal for 2015, a rare investor revolt for such a major company, after it recorded a record annual loss.
Some 59 per cent
Samsung Electronics said Samsung Pay, a leading mobile payment service that works at the majority of merchants, has reached about five million registered users and processed more than $500 million in the first six months, showing a strong adop
Nass Corporation shareholders are to get cash dividend of five per cent for last year, it was announced at the Bahrain-based company’s annual ordinary general meeting, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publi
Udrive, a Dubai-based concept, launched the pay-as-you-go car rental service in Dubai, UAE.
The cars can be booked and paid for via an app, offering Dubai’s most convenient and affordable car rental optio
Shareholders of Gulf Hotels Group (GHG) will receive a dividend payout of 30 per cent, or 30 fils per share, totalling BD5.2 million ($13.8 million) based on last year’s financials, it has emerged, said a report in the Gulf Daily New
Average pay rises in Bahrain and across the GCC are set to be lower this year, than at any time over the past 10 years, despite the rising cost of living caused by cuts in government subsidies, according to a recent report.