No, Really, Save That Placenta
A biotech star is betting stem cells from the tissue can treat Crohn’s and MS and perhaps even slow aging
Mubadala In Talks To Sell EMI Stake
Millions of music hits may soon be for sale. Will Sony buy them?
The antiregulation communications regulator emerges as a rabble-rouser.
A Splash Of Beauty
Chefs are turning a rare Moroccan oil from a cosmetic product into an expensive edible delight.
This Bond Market Could Get Uglier
Buying the dips has led to quick profits, because central banks stuck with ultralow rates. This time may be different
Russian Banks Eye Aramco IPO
Saudi Arabia and Russia forge closer links to exploit oil assets
Shuaa Capital Plans Expansion In Egypt
Dubai firm seeks acquisitions in Egypt’s financial services industry
Miss Me Yet?
Yellen’s successor at the Fed will butt heads with Trump if rate hikes cool growth
Canada's Quantum Brain Trust
The man who co-invented the BlackBerry funds superfast subatomic research
Saudi's Pif Seeks Stake In Accor's Property Unit
Private Investment Fund is understood to be one of three organisations investing in the unit
Electric Battery Makers Should Fear This Factory
China’s CATL is building a mammoth plant as it tries to expand abroad
All The Debt In China
In the Year of the Dog, Beijing will continue the bite of deleveraging
Emirates NBD Plans March Bid For Sberbank Unit
Emirates NBD is set to submit a bid for Sberbank PJSC’s Turkish unit Denizbank AS this month for a deal that could be worth up to $4.12 billion
Indian Firms Buy Stake in UAE Oil Concession
Natural Gas Corp. and two other companies will pay $600 million to pump crude from the Lower Zakum field
Oil World Turns Upside Down As U.S. Sells Oil In Middle East
Surge in U.S. shale production changes the way oil flows around the globe
Is The Fed's Inflation Target Kaput?
The change in leadership at the U.S. central bank could trigger a policy rethink
As You Like It
Prestige television meets the Sleep No More format in HBO’s Mosaic.
Prepping Saudi Women For the Driver's Seat
The Middle East’s ridehailing leader is counting on loosened laws to raise its appeal
Dubai's Al Ghurair Finds Sweet Spot As Refining Profits Fall
Al Ghurair is investing in a sugar beet processing plant in Egypt
The Money Picks An Air Taxi
Joby Aviation has a prototype craft and a fresh $100 million
London-style private clubs are opening around the globe
The New World Order Of Energy Will Be American
The U.S. could well become the world’s biggest oil producer. That’s good for the country. Not for the planet
Abu Dhabi Seeks Higher Crude Export Revenue
$3.1 billion upgrade of Ruwais refinery will boost Adnoc’s exports of Murban crude
A Cheaper Way To Tap The Sun
Even before Trump’s tariffs, a U.S. panel maker underpriced Chinese rivals
Oman Weighs $2 Billion Loan After Multi-Billion Bond
Loan talks follow closely from issuing of bonds as country shores up its finances
Libyans Ditch Dollars As Oil Recovery Gathers Pace
Rising oil prices have relieved financial pressure on Libya, allowing authorities to channel more dollars to importers
Emirates Orders A380s Worth $9 Billion
Dubai-based airline throws A380 project a lifeline and also arranges $1 billion sukuk with HSBC and Citi
Out From Under The 'Bamboo Ceiling'
Silicon Valley is losing talented Chinese engineers to, well, China
An App That Comes With A Kitchen
Deliveroo is pushing an unorthodox solution to food delivery as it struggles to make money
Can India Turn Garbage Into Cash?
A southern city pioneers a blueprint for how the country could clean up