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Saudi Arabia denied hacking into Jeff Bezos’ phone and called for an investigation into the ‘absurd’ claims
In a tweet Wednesday, the Saudi Embassy in the US called for 'an investigation on these claims so that we can have all the facts out.'
The Saudi Crown Prince accused of hacking Jeff Bezos’ phone met with more than a dozen tech execs and celebs during the same US trip. From Tim C...
Tim Cook, Michael Bloomberg, and even Oprah met with Mohammed bin Salman on the same trip in which he connected with Jeff Bezos.
Trump has ’emboldened’ and ‘enabled’ authoritarians like Putin as they seek to become presidents for life
"Asked to grade Trump on his support for democracy at home and around the world, I'd give him an F," one expert on authoritarianism told Insider.
‘We are no longer safe now’: Mahathir warns terrorism could escalate after ‘immoral’ Soleimani killing
"If anybody insults or says something that somebody doesn't like, it is alright for that person from another country to send a drone and perhaps have a shot at me," the PM said.
The journalist was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018, though the Kingdom claims its leaders were not involved.
"We are not discriminating or isolating anyone," Mahathir said.
Many big fund managers are shunning Aramco’s $1.7 trillion IPO, citing political turmoil and environmental worries
Reuters surveyed funds with a collective $7 trillion under management, finding many want to stay away from the world's most profitable company.
One of Jamal Khashoggi’s close friends said Twitter is the ‘only free platform’ for many Saudis, but it also may have led to Khashog...
Omar Abdulaziz, a Saudi activist and close friend of slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi, wrote in an op-ed that Twitter is "crucial" for Saudi freedom.
The Uber executive made the comments during an interview with "Axios on HBO" but later clarified that Khashoggi's murder "should not be forgotten or excused."
Uber founder Travis Kalanick has reportedly raised $400 million for his next act from Saudi Arabia. He’ll be competing directly with his old com...
The ousted executive plans to ride the wave of "virtual restaurants," which are set up for delivery only. He's not alone in that venture.