Twenty14 Holdings, the hospitality investment arm of LuLu Group International, has completed investments of £300mn in the UK with the inauguration of the Great Scotland Yard in London.
President Cyril Ramaphosa said he’s ready to make tough decisions about the future of South Africa’s struggling state-owned companies, after placing the national airline into bankruptcy protection last week.
Optimized Holding, one of Qatar’s major emerging diversified companies, announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Optimized Industries for Chemicals Factory,
Qatar Business Incubation Centre (QBIC), a division of Qatar Development Bank (QDB), has announced the winners of the 13th wave of the LeanStartup Programme (LSP) during ‘Selection Day’.
Global Engineering firm Meinhardt Group will be hosting its year-end global board meeting in Doha on December 10 and 11, the first time the Group is staging its global board meeting in the Middle East.
Vodafone Qatar is offering businesses an increased level of agility, control, and efficiency with the launch of Ready Network, a new software-defined network (SDN) product portfolio to power the future of business in Qatar.
The economic laws and legislations issued within the past few years contributed to the enhancement of Qatar’s investment climate, and helped transform the State into a global centre for trade and investment, a Qatar Chamber official has said.
Asian markets were mixed yesterday as investors struggled to track a rally on Wall Street that was fuelled by a forecast-busting US jobs report, while there was little inspiration from tepid Chinese trade data.
The liquidity concerns that derailed star stockpicker Neil Woodford’s career this year have now bled into the market for initial public offerings, damping investor appetite for hard-to-sell securities of smaller companies.
Jeremy Corbyn is a controversial leader even in his own party. The man seeking to dethrone Boris Johnson as UK prime minister has been criticised for failing to tackle racism in the Labour Party and for moving it too far to the left.