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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.
PHOTOS: Saudi Arabia’s King Salman just awarded Singapore’s President Halimah the kingdom’s highest civilian honour
She is the first Singaporean to receive the honour.
The defendants allegedly spied on more than 6,000 Twitter accounts beginning in 2015 at Saudi Arabia's behest.
Saudi Arabia has been looking for foreign governments to buy into its massive IPO and boost investor interest, sources familiar told Bloomberg.
"The effort is aimed at bolstering oil prices and reminding potential Aramco investors of Saudi Arabia's considerable sway within OPEC," the WSJ wrote.
Saudi Arabia has launched the IPO of the world’s most profitable company. Meet Mohammed bin Salman, the 34-year-old crown prince who’s at ...
Mohammed bin Salman is the crown prince of Saudi Arabia. He has bought a $500 million yacht and a $450 million Leonardo da Vinci painting.
Bank of America's estimated IPO price, sent to investors on Sunday, came in at as low as $1.22 trillion, Bloomberg reported.