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Wall Street banks will reportedly miss out on a massive payday after Saudi Aramco decides to keep its record-shattering IPO local
Banks like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley will reap less in fees now that the IPO is being kept within the kingdom, Bloomberg reported.
A Saudi Arabian princess and rights activist who ‘fell off the radar’ in late 2018 is reportedly detained under house arrest with 24/7 sur...
Sources close to Princess Basmah told Deutsche Welle that Saudi authorities stopped her travelling to Europe for urgent medical care in December 2018.
State-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco is worth up to $1.7 trillion in a new IPO range, setting the stage for the world’s largest public listing
The statement published on Sunday to Aramco's website marks a milestone in the company's closely watched path to the public market.
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.
“They need the money, they need that outside investment that is crucial to delivering ‘Vision 2030,'" David Petraeus told CNBC.
The Department for Counter Extremism said on Friday feminism was classed as "extremist behaviour" in Saudi Arabia. It hid the evidence on Tuesday.
Saudi Arabia is reportedly trying to get the Kingdom’s billionaires to buy stock in Aramco’s mega-IPO
One family is reportedly interested in buying several hundred million dollars worth of shares in the oil giant when it goes public.
Saudi Arabia allegedly recruited Twitter employees to spy on users. That’s just one of many ways Saudi agents use tech tools to spy on critics.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia reportedly uses hacks, social media surveillance, and spies to keep tabs on dissidents.
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.
Facebook’s ex-security chief says tech companies need to get better at hunting and detecting employees being recruited as spies, and warns the T...
Alex Stamos warned "there will be more" spy scandals like the one at Twitter, where 2 employees allegedly spied on thousands of users.