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Commercial Bank customers win 18 luxury yacht trips

Commercial Bank customers win 18 luxury yacht trips

Commercial Bank has announced the winners of the “private yacht experiences” at The Pearl-Qatar as part of the National Day campaign in November.

Etihad Airways says Bookings to US healthy despite laptop ban

Etihad Airways says Bookings to US healthy despite laptop ban

Etihad Airways' bookings to the United States are healthy despite last month's introduction of a ban on most electronics from the cabins of passenger flights to the United States ...

International toy store makes Gulf debut at Lagoona Mall

International toy store makes Gulf debut at Lagoona Mall

Leading international toy store JouéClub opened its first store in the Gulf at Fifty One East, Lagoona Mall. The opening was held under the patronage and attendance of Qatar Chamber chairman Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim bin Mohamed al-Thani.

Russia won't expel anyone in response to US sanctions

Russia won't expel anyone in response to US sanctions

President Vladimir Putin said Moscow would not expel anyone in response to Washington's decision to throw out 35 suspected Russian spies and sanction intelligence agencies it believes were involved in computer hacking in the 2016 presidential election.

Israel's AG orders criminal probe against PM Netanyahu

Israel's AG orders criminal probe against PM Netanyahu

Israel's attorney-general has ordered police to open a criminal investigation in two unspecified matters involving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's Channel 10 television said on Wednesday.

Careem joins Nojoom network

Careem joins Nojoom network

Ooredoo has announced that car booking app, Careem, will join the Nojoom partner network.

Goldman feels the heat in Asia as IPO engine slows

Goldman feels the heat in Asia as IPO engine slows

Goldman Sachs failed to make it to the upper echelon of Asia’s equity market fee earners for the first time in more than a decade, hit by a squeeze in fees that is prompting the US bank to cut back jobs in the region.