Understanding Amman’s Yellow Taxi Dilemma A DIFFERENT TAKE ON THE GOVERNMENT’S ONGOING BATTLE WITH RIDE-HAILING APPS

Contributed By: Hamzah Nassif, cialis iMena Group Probably the most misunderstood segment of workers in Jordan, order the taxi drivers went on a protest today to voice their objections to the status quo of their sector. Several regulatory bodies that are collectively in charge of “regulating” the transport sector are still scrambling to catch up […]

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Yahoo! Closes But Maktoob’s Legacy Continues Six Ways The Deal Helped Ignite The Region's Tech Ecosystem

Words By: Samih Toukan CoFounder of Maktoob, medical rx see Souq and Jabbar Internet Group A few days ago, advice Yahoo! announced the closure of its Dubai office, its last office in the MENA region, making more than 50 people redundant. This is indeed sad news and one would have wished that Yahoo!Maktoob would grow […]

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This Intifada Will Be Digital As Another Uprising Takes Shape In Palestine, What Role Do We Play From Behind Our Screens?

I was in my senior year at high school when the Second Intifada began in September 2000. While it wasn’t my first exposure to injustice in Palestine, it was a moment in which personal concern for the cause was cultivated. We skipped class, jumped school walls, and joined protests in the streets, while regional mainstream […]

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