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UAE Minister of State for Happiness Ohood Al Roumi (Abu-Fadil) The Arab Social Media Network, a Dubai Press Club enterprise
In 1997 Topalian plunged into Kuwait's dynamic art scene and became managing partner with Sheikha Hissah in a gallery, Dar
Of all the criticism Donald Trump has taken in recent weeks for making provocative statements, the most interesting was uttered by Prince Alwaleed bin Talal of Saudi Arabia.
(Editing by Andrew Torchia/Ruth Pitchford) "With the 300 million customers they have and half a billion tweets a day, the
The prince is number 26 on the Forbes global ranking of billionaires. The U.S. magazine estimates his fortune at $20 billion
Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has sued Forbes magazine for libel in a British court, alleging its valuation of his wealth at $20 billion was short of the mark by $9.6 billion, Britain's Guardian newspaper reported on Friday.
The article gave details about how Forbes had arrived at the figure of $20 billion and criticised what it described as a
Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal also owns 40 percent of the Plaza's rooms and is expected to give up his shares. Owners of
Earlier today, Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal's Kingdom Holding Company (KHC) announced a $300m investment in social media site, Twitter, following months of negotiations.
If we're banning things from near Ground Zero because they may offend 9/11 families, then banning Glenn Beck makes more sense than anything else.
[Hat Tip: ThinkProgress] That led to a lively debate between John Oliver and Wyatt Cenac over whether Fox was being "evil
There's nothing confusing about the link between oil and terrorist funding. The only confusing thing is why Fox News would reject an ad that calls to defund our enemies by finding new sources of energy.
The news of the week is that two efforts at Muslim-bashing were tried, and both failed. Cause for concern, yes. But cause for some hope as well.
Lebanese media group LBC recently sliced 140 jobs, is trimming fat, and repositioning itself for a mega deal involving Rupert Murdoch's purchase of shares in Rotana Media.
The wife of one of Saudi Arabia's richest men says she is ready to get behind the wheel as soon as the ban on women drivers
RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal is reviewing his investment portfolio, Saudi newspapers quoted
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