Posts Tagged ‘Lebanese’

The Economist summarizes that “business people from Lebanon fare better abroad than at home.” Link to the full article. Advertisements

The new 2012 list of the Worlds most powerful Arabs reveals 85 names that originate from Lebanon, with Saudi Arabia contributing 67 and Egypt and the UAE 58 names each. Many US based Arabs are originally Lebanese, according to the magazine. Click here for the new List. What we have published today is the most comprehensive guide of […]

Katya Bachrouche, a Lebanese swimmer has assured a spot at the next Olympic Games in London after setting a new record in the 400-meter freestyle event for Lebanon, a first in the country’s history. Bachrouche, a member of the Jazira swimming club, qualifies to take part at the 2011 London Olympics after coming seventh in the […]

Le Libanais Saad Chéhab a été nommé chief executive officer (CEO) des marques Lancia/Chrysler. Un communiqué récemment publié par Fiat a indiqué que M. Chéhab fera partie du conseil exécutif du groupe (GEC) – la plus haute instance de décision de la compagnie après le conseil d’administration. Cette réorganisation intervient après la reprise de Chrysler par Fiat en 2009 ; la compagnie italienne détient aujourd’hui la […]

The Orthodox Gathering rejected the marginalization of the Christian Orthodox sect in Lebanon, Tuesday, pledging to work on restoring its role. Former MP Salim Habib, the Gathering’s secretary-general, said that the group’s action plan was to restore “what was stolen and what we allowed to be stolen from us.” Speaking during an expanded meeting for […]

The Developer Day aims to draw engineers, the foundation of the web industry, from across the region, and address their technical concerns. It will feature programming case studies, tutorials, and presentations led by engineers at global platforms and regional development houses as well as allow developers to demonstrate their skills in exciting competitions. Participants will […]

Par Jean-Baptiste MAROT Première web-série du monde arabe, “Shankaboot” raconte la vie quotidienne d’un jeune livreur beyrouthin nommé Sleimane. Accessible sur le Net depuis le 12 mars, le feuilleton entend concurrencer les productions turques et américaines. D’Alger à Damas, elle sera peut-être le buzz de demain sur Internet. Testée discrètement depuis le 12 mars, “Shankaboot“, la […]