Barely 26 years old, Zhang Xi has studied at an elite American university, worked for an investment bank in Hong Kong and an oil company in Beijing and now may launch an Internet startup with two friends.
Air Arabia, the only listed airline in the United Arab Emirates, will begin flights on May 6 from a new hub in the sheikdom of Ras Al Khaimah after local carrier RAK Airways suspended operations earlier this year.
Spring sends you out on a fast-fashion spree: $50 cashmere sweaters and $2 socks, $40 sneakers and $3 T-shirts. They might fall apart after four wears, but they're probably cheaper than the postage you'd need to return them to the country in which they were made.
TPG Capital and former LightSquared Inc. Chief Executive Officer Sanjiv Ahuja are teaming up on a telecommunications venture in Myanmar, the first foray by a big- name U.S. private-equity firm in the country since it emerged from military rule three years ago.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and her international counterparts are suffering from a case of what psychologists call confirmation bias: They keep insisting inflation will accelerate even as it continues to ebb.
The biggest election in world history started today in the Himalayan foothills of northeastern India, with Narendra Modi’s opposition party poised to win the most seats as it looks to regain power after a decade.
The following borrowers plan to offer sukuk, which pay returns on assets to comply with Islam’s ban on interest. Global sales reached $9.6 billion this year compared with $8.6 billion in the same period of 2013, data compiled by Bloomberg show.
Primark, an Ireland-based discount clothing maker, will begin paying $10 million more to garment workers affected by the collapse of a factory complex in Bangladesh almost a year ago that killed more than 1,100 people.