Gemalto has released the results of a global study which reveals that more than half of the companies surveyed in the Middle East (56 percent) are unable to analyse all the data they collect and 32 percent do not know where their sensitive data is stored.
The MAGNiTT Exit report in 2017 revealed that there was a total of 60 startup exits – the point an investor (usually a venture capitalist) sells their stake in a firm to realise their gains – across the MENA in the years of 2012 to 2017.
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Uber is reportedly in “preliminary talks” with local competitor Careem to strike a deal that would see the two companies merge.
Uber Technologies is in preliminary talks with rival Careem to combine their Middle Eastern ride-hailing services, Bloomberg reported, citing three people familiar with the matter.
London-based investment firm Centricus has partnered with Chinese firms China Merchants Group and SPF Group to launch a $15 billion fund aimed at technology companies globally.
The drivers – referred to as Captainahs – will begin working with Careem from today as part of the company’s ongoing mission to simplify and improve lies in the region.
Women in Saudi Arabia can now legally get behind the wheel of a car for the first time as the kingdom lifts its longstanding ban on women driving.
Estonia’s Taxify has reportedly raised $175 million in funding from a group led by German automaker Daimler, which will enable the firm to step up its fight against global rival Uber across Europe and Africa, Reuters reported.
Mohamed Darwish Al Qamzi, General Manager of The Center for Regulation of Transport by Hire Cars (Transad), told reporters he was confident Uber would resume services.