The mystery surrounding the disappearance of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi and reports of the Saudi government's involvement with his possible murder has resulted in outrage, but it's also had an impact on a group you may not have
A hotshot electric vehicle company in Silicon Valley just got a $1 billion investment from Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund.
No, not Tesla. We're talking about its eventual competitor, Lucid Motors, which is based right next door to Tesla
Nearly a week after Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted his intention to take the company private, we still don't know much about the funding for the endeavor — which Musk said was "secured."
And while the U.S. Securities and Exchange commission is
Updated 8/7/2018, 4:12 p.m. ET with official Tesla statement.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk, in true Elon Musk fashion, took to Twitter to think out loud about his electric car business.
On the social media platform he noted the possibility of taking Tesla
Saudi Arabia's controversial ban on women drivers will lift on June 24, and 10 women have already picked their licenses up.
According to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), women holding kingdom-approved international licenses Monday started trading them
Saudi Arabia's first permanent cinema is coming.
Following the country's recent lifting of a 35-year-old cinema ban, temporary local theatres popped up with showings of The Emoji Movie (of all films) in January.
On Wednesday, Saudi Arabia’s
The world's biggest solar power project is coming to Saudi Arabia.
And it comes with a high price tag: around $200 billion. The venture, a partnership between Saudi Arabia and Japanese tech giant SoftBank, was revealed Tuesday, according to
Ayman Hariri, CEO of viral social app Vero, has shared a document that shows he was not financially tied to or running Saudi construction company Saudi Oger when it left thousands of migrant workers destitute and homeless.
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