The coronavirus infection that has left China grappling, has also managed to disrupt the global supply chain
The transition from ordering cooked meals to fresh produce online may be a slow one in the region, but is that trend set to change soon?
Low interest rates, the rise of index-tracking funds and lacklustre hedge fund performance have pushed investors to private equity in search of higher returns
The top global banks’ fees from equity capital markets transactions are set to fall as much as 15 per cent this year
Earlier this year, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) downgraded its 2019 profit forecast for the global air transport industry
Thawing ice caused by climate change could lead to big changes for trade. But not everyone is warming to the idea
Live sheep are again being sent by boat from Australia, and bird flu fears remain an ever-present threat to the chicken supply
A number of high-profile sporting events in the region could just be the beginning for a booming industry
The advent of onboard wifi has given airlines the option of using your phone or tablet as a portal for films, television shows and video games
The experience of conference calls let down by hard-to-use technology and poor sound quality is a familiar frustration
A recent survey suggests that almost seven out of 10 employees want to start their own companies despite concerns over procuring finances
When they travel, the region’s youth have a different set of expectations in mind. Are the GCC’s hotels fulfilling their needs?