Over the last five years the average tenure of a CEO has dropped to five years, compared to eight years in 2008.
83% of investors are optimistic about the local economy and 78% are optimistic about the global economy.
Forbes’ 17th annual ranking of the world’s largest public companies is a reflection of the state of the global economy today: who’s on top, who’s growing and who’s seen better days.
More than half of leaders globally are expecting automation and AI to replace one in five jobs in their organizations, leading to major disruption in their talent pools.
Many of the world’s most successful business leaders and motivators are generous when it comes to sharing their secrets.
As the head of one of Saudi Arabia’s largest Shariah-complaint asset management firms SEDCO Capital, Samer Abu Aker is taking prudent ethical investing (PEI) mainstream.
Arab women are breaking the glass ceiling, with tapping into new areas including technology that was male-dominated for a long time.
In an expansive ranking, Forbes Middle East lists the most influential Businesswomen in the UAE, with the renowned Emirati business woman, Raja Easa Al Gurg tops the list; she is at the helm of