Statim Holdings, an Atlanta-based firm that has guaranteed investors in its main hedge fund won’t lose money, is under investigation by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), according to people familiar with the matter.
Emirates president Tim Clark said he’s bracing for a “gathering storm” as low-cost airlines encroach on the inter-continental routes around which the biggest long-haul carrier has built its business.
Al Million Taxi, in association with the General Directorate of Traffic under the Ministry of Interior (MoI), has launched a traffic safety awareness campaign under the title ‘Zero Accident, Zero Violation’.
Pakistani police clashed with opposition party supporters in the garrison city of Rawalpindi on Friday, arresting dozens ahead of a planned protest by cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan aimed at unseating the government.
A new “Harry Potter” play that opened to swooning reviews and delighted gasps from the audience marks the end of the journey for the beloved boy wizard, his creator J K Rowling said at the play’s premiere in London on Saturday.
Argentines begged Lionel Messi yesterday not to abandon the national team before the 2018 World Cup after he tearfully announced his retirement in frustration at another last-gasp international defeat.
When Mohamed El-Erian called the yen at 106 per dollar “a total nightmare” for Japan this month, few envisaged it would get even worse so quickly.
England were left 1-0 up with two to play after rain meant the third one-day international in their five-match series against Sri Lanka ended in a no result at Bristol yesterday.
Paper Moon Doha has been screening movies on its terrace on Monday and Wednesday nights for Qatar’s film lovers.
Violent storms which saw hailstones the size of golf balls rain down across Myanmar have killed at least eight people in recent days, toppled pagodas and damaged thousands of buildings ...