How did 10 international companies warn UK of a “break side”...
Only 10 days after UK broke out of European Union's umbrella, British politicians did not reach a formula for this step, after parliamentarians rejected...
Top red flags trigger IRS audit of your taxes
Internal Revenue Service is not welcomed. However, you need to back your tax return up even if you are generous with calculations. “For individuals, it...
China, UAE sign a massive, $3.4 billion deal
China and the United Arab Emirates are expanding trade and investment ties through new deals worth $3.4 billion.
U.S. citizen arrested in Italy for suspected murder of shopkeeper
A U.S. citizen was arrested on Saturday and is suspected of murdering a shopkeeper in a town near Rome, police said.
Mount Everest death toll climbs to 11 amid growing concerns
Christopher John Kulish, 62, died on Monday right after reaching the top of Mount Everest on the Nepal side of the mountain.
Price of oil goes above $65 on fears about Iran sanctions
US oil prices went above $65 per barrel on Monday for the first time since October last year after the White House pledged to deepen its crackdown on Iran.
4 new laws and rules introduced in Dubai in 2019
From having your liquor permit to canceling your phone contract, Dubai has made life a lot easier for foreign residents.
UAE is launching Falcon Eye satellite in July
'Falcon Eye 1' will be the fourth recon satellite launched by the UAE, brings the number to ten satellites in orbit. The UAE is planning to have 12 orbiting satellites by 2020.
Facebook co-founder calls on the government to break up the company
Facebook co-founder in a New York Times editorial today said the social networking giant has become a corporate monopoly with too much power and said the federal government needs to step in and break up the company.