Archive for September, 2011

We’ve added a new Technology section on the Inner Circle School of Thought. The reason, was the result of a historical review of the Story of the Internet from the Silicon Valley technologists and investors own words. This is a 4 part documentary, 45-minutes each. enjoy. Click here to watch it now.


Are you aged between 24 and 35? Do you fancy the Stephen Colbert’s persona? Are you a fan of the absurdity of the Onion News Network, or the humour of Family Guy? Got a Beyrouthi accent? Can speak French & English? As long as you’re Lebanese, with the characteristics above, and is genuinely able to […]


Deux Libanais viennent en tête du classement mondial établi par la revue financière Bloomberg Markets. Parmi les personnes considérées comme étant les « plus influentes » du monde, on compte Carlos Slim Helu et Nassim Nicholas Taleb. Âgé de 71 ans, Carlos Slim Helu est mexicain issu d’une famille mexicano-libanaise. Il est considéré comme l’homme d’affaires le […]


Political Stances on out of Country Voting


Canada’s Metro Inc., is looking to establish itself in the multibillion-dollar ethnic grocery store market in Canada. Rumours are swirling that the leading Montreal-based supermarket chain wants to partner with Adonis Market, a much-loved local grocer that specializes in Mediterranean food. Teaming up with Adonis, which has four stores in the Montreal area, could help […]


With the aim to group and categorize all Lebanese Politics found on the site in recent months, we have simply published current political affairs in their respective words. M14 after the Elections of Mikati FPM S. Hariri from Paris Walid Jumblatt’s Centrist “Opposition” Sayyed Nasrallah’s response to Special Tribunal for Lebanon


Patrick Semaan crafted this very interesting piece of Infographics describing why Voting may not be a fair competition in the MENA Region. Click the image to get a decent view.


Like every summer, Beirut is claiming its legacy. CNN sent it’s reporter to ask the questions of what makes Beirut a vibrant city.



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