Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has arrived in London for a three day visit to pitch his Vision 2030 to UK companies and boost defence and economic cooperation with London.
A dual British and German national has been detained in the United Arab Emirates without charge for nearly six months.
The European Union isn’t happy about US president Donald Trump’s announcement of tough trade tariffs and has wasted no time in putting together a list of 100 things it will tax if the US doesn’t back down.
Saudi Arabia has granted Air India permission to fly over the Kingdom’s airspace en-route to Tel Aviv reversing of Saudi Arabia’s 70 year-old rule forbidding direct flights to Israel.
North Korea has made an agreement with the South following “openhearted talks” aimed at national reunification, North Korea’s news agency has reported.
One of the UK’s biggest manufacturing employers Airbus may cut thousands of jobs and start stockpiling aircraft parts ahead of the UK’s exit from the European Union.
US president Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner’s real-estate empire has been accused of courting funds from the Qatari government for a debt-ridden project and supporting a regional trade war after Doha refused to invest.
Indonesia’s ride hailing app Go-Jek plans to launch an initial public offering in Indonesia, company president Andre Soelistyo said on Monday.
The Bank of England (BoE) governor Mark Carney has called for tighter regulation of cryptocurrencies like bitcoin.
A duo of thieves have ambushed two diamond dealers on the Paris Metro, seizing a suitcase with €300,000 ($368,000) of precious stones.
Assets of the embattled Weinstein Company are getting a second chance after a deal to buy and re-brand the studio was sealed last night.
As children return to class after last month’s Florida school shooting that left 17 dead, US retailers are distancing themselves from firearms.
Travellers around the UK are facing airport closures and delays for the fourth consecutive day as icy blizzards continue to lash the country.
A spike in heating use across the country has triggered a warning by the UK’s National Grid that the country is running out of gas.
The US Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) has triggered a long-awaited crackdown on the cryptocurrency market.
The world’s largest advertising group WPP has branded 2017 a miserable year as the sector struggles to adapt to the digital world, sending shares sharply lower.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is expected to arrive in Washington for an official visit on 19 March to court investors for the Kingdom’s sweeping economic diversification programme.
The latest salvo has been launched in escalating trade tensions between the world’s two largest economies, the US and China.
Norway’s sovereign wealth fund, the world’s largest, made its biggest gains on record in 2017, with returns equivalent to $131 billion.
For the first time in history, Saudi women can now join the military in security and non-combat roles.
London-based bank Standard Chartered has reported its profits climbed in 2017, allowing the bank to restart dividends at 11 cents per share, after shareholders saw no returns in 2016.
Spain’s foreign minister Alfonso Dastis has demanded that Spain and the UK should jointly manage Gibraltar’s airport, once the UK leaves the European Union in 2019.
The Weinstein Co, co-founded by disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein, has said it plans to declare bankruptcy after a $500m deal to sell the company fell through.
The UK’s Labour party will unveil plans to support for a so-called softer Brexit by backing a rebel Tory plan to keep Britain in a customs union with the EU, in a move that could scupper British prime minister Theresa May’s Brexit strategy.
The UK’s new Renew party — formed with the intention of preventing the country from leaving the European Union — will target supporters and politicians from across the political spectrum, party officials say.
Zurich-based insurance company Swiss Re has posted a net profit of $331m, down from $3.5 billion last year following a spate of natural disasters in 2017.
Chinese insurance regulators have seized the Anbang Insurance Group in a sign that Beijing is cracking down on financial risk to rein in the country’s spiralling debt.
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk’ SpaceX has launched two satellites into low-earth orbit that will beam low-cost broadband into everyone’s homes.
The UK has released its latest immigration figures, revealing a fall in how many Europeans came to the country since the UK voted to quit the European Union in 2016.
US President Donald Trump will meet Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in the US capital today to discuss countering China’s growing influence.