Saudi Arabia

Saudi Aramco scales back preparations for initial public offering.

Saudi state oil firm scraps plans to market shares to investors outside Middle EastSaudi Arabia’s state-owned oil corporation has scaled back preparations for its public listing by scrapping plans to market shares in the company to investors outsi...

Saudi Aramco Sees Itself as a $1.7 Trillion Company

The world’s largest oil company is providing more data for potential investors in its initial public offering, which is expected next month.

Saudi Anti-Extremist Force Names Feminists as a Target.

The appearance and disappearance of an inflammatory official video is likely to reflect divisions within the government, experts said.

Saudi stabbings: three theatre performers attacked during show.

Riyadh police arrest ‘Arab’ suspect, with three members of foreign musical troupe reportedly in a stable conditionThree performers were stabbed during a live play in the Saudi capital, state television said, in the first such attack since the ultr...

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Uber CEO backtracks, says he was wrong to call Khashoggi killing a ‘mistake’.

Khashoggi's killing sparked a global uproar, tarnishing the image of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Uber C.E.O. Backtracks After Calling Khashoggi’s Killing a ‘Mistake’

Dara Khosrowshahi compared the killing of Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi operatives to the death of a woman who was hit by a self-driving car. Later, he said the murder “was reprehensible and should not be forgotten or excused.”

Bidding for 'milestone' sale of Aramco shares set for next week.

State-owned Saudi oil giant said it will provide the final offer price on 5 DecemberBidding for shares in the world’s most profitable company will start in one week, it has been announced. Saudi Aramco, the state-owned oil giant, said it plans to ...


Saudi Aramco Offers Some Details on Coming Stock Offering.

Aramco, the world’s largest oil company, said it would set a price for its shares on Dec. 5.

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Why Spy on Twitter? For Saudi Arabia, It’s the Town Square.

The indictment of two former Twitter employees accused of spying for the Saudis highlights the platform’s power and the kingdom’s efforts to control it.

Online criticism led Saudis to recruit Twitter employees as spies: U.

The complaint alleged that the employees were rewarded with a designer watch and tens of thousands of dollars funnelled into secret bank accounts.

Twitter employees charged with spying for Saudi Arabia.

Company workers reportedly obtained personal account information of critics of the government in Saudi ArabiaTwo former Twitter employees have been charged with spying after they reportedly obtained personal account information for critics of the ...

2 former Twitter employees accused of spying on Saudi critics: prosecutors.

The complaint detailed a co-ordinated effort by Saudi officials to recruit employees at the social media giant to look up the private data of thousands of Twitter accounts.

Yemen’s Government Signs Peace Deal With Southern Rebels.

The agreement aims to mend a rift between the Saudi-backed government and Emirati-backed rebels so they can focus on fighting the Iran-backed Houthis.

Behind Saudi Aramco’s I.P.O., More Questions Than Answers

The valuation of the giant oil producer remains a critical question in the wake its decision to go public.

Saudi Arabia: mass arrests of dissidents and torture allegations continue.

Human Rights Watch report shows relaxing restrictive social laws belies new repressive practices not seen under previous leadersActivists, clerics and others perceived as critics of Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin Salman continue to be arb...

Flood of Oil Is Coming, Complicating Efforts to Fight Global Warming.

New supplies from Brazil, Canada, Guyana and Norway may add to a glut, posing a threat to producers in Saudi Arabia, Russia and the United States.

Saudi Arabia formally begins IPO of giant oil firm Saudi Aramco.

“We want to share the Aramco shares with the citizens of Saudi Arabia,” said Yasir al-Rumayyan, the governor of Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund. “We want to get financial investors from all over the world.”

Saudi oil giant Aramco gets go ahead for $1.7 trillion stock listing

The world’s biggest ever initial public offering is expected to take place in December after regulators give approval Saudi Arabia’s state energy company, Aramco, is expected to make its stock market debut in December after regulators approved wha...

Aramco’s I.P.O. Will Be Less Gigantic Than Promised

The state-owned oil giant is expected to announce soon that it plans to go public. But the stock sale will fall short of Saudi Arabia’s ambitions.

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Saudi Arabia brokers deal between warring sides in south Yemen.

Agreement on forming government paves way for wider talks to end five-year warA Saudi-brokered agreement has been reached between the warring sides in the south of Yemen, paving the way for wider peace talks to end the five-year civil war.The Sout...

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From Chile to Lebanon, Protests Flare OverWallet Issues.

Pocketbook items have become the catalysts for popular fury across the globe in recent weeks.

The World Can Make More Water From the Sea, but at What Cost?.

As more places face a scarcity of fresh water, desalination is seen as a possible answer.  But energy and financial requirements limit how widely it can be used.

Saudi bus crash kills 35 foreign tourists near holy city of Medina.

Arab and Asian visitors were on a bus when it collided with another heavy vehicle Thirty-five foreign tourists were killed and four others injured when a bus collided with another heavy vehicle near the Muslim holy city of Medina, Saudi state medi...

Banks warned over Saudi Aramco by environmental groups.

Eight green groups send letter to express concern over planned market floatEnvironmental groups have warned the banks linked to Saudi Aramco’s planned market float that they risk financing the destruction of the planet by supporting the public lis...

Iran to limit inspectors' access to its nuclear facilities.

Move is country’s fourth step away from nuclear deal signed in 2015Iran will further reduce its commitment to the nuclear deal signed with world powers by limiting the access of international inspectors to its nuclear sites, senior Iranian MPs hav...

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