Islamabad: ZONG has appointed a new Manager for its Public Relations and CSR function. Joining the competent team of ZONG is Farooq Niaz who brings with him over 9 years of experience in electronic media, printing, public relations, corporate communications and event management.
Karachi: The Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan (ICAP) in its meeting held on October 2, 2012 elected office bearers for the term 2012-13.
Paris: Global food prices rose by 1.4 percent in September after holding steady for two months as cereals, meat and dairy prices climbed, the UN Food and Agricultural Organization said Thursday.
LJUBLJANA, Slovenia: The European Central Bank is expected to hold fire on interest rates and other policy moves on Thursday as it takes stock of the market impact of its latest anti-crisis plans, analysts say.
Islamabad: Wi-tribe’s Pakistan Director Human Capital Alia Zafar has won the ‘HR Professional of the Year’ award at the 11th edition of the Asia Pacific HRM Congress, held on September 6–7, 2012 at Vivanta by Taj, Bangalore, India.
Karachi: The Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) benchmark 100-share index ended at 15,712.21 on total volume of 107.64 million shares on Wednesday amid investors’ optimism that more money will flow into the stock market after a monetary policy announcement scheduled for Friday.
Tokyo: The shaky global economy needs Japan and China to be fully engaged, the head of the IMF said, warning the world could not afford to have the two countries distracted by their bitter territorial dispute.
Karachi: Standard Chartered Bank today announced the launch of the industry’s first Islamic Euro Nostro Account. Islamic banks across the world will now be able to earn Shariah-compliant profits on their account balances at Standard Chartered Bank Germany Branch in Frankfurt. Bank Alfalah Limited, one of the leading banks in Pakistan is the first to…
Athens: Greece on Monday unveiled a draft budget that forecast a sixth year of recession as the government resumed crucial talks with international creditors to access loans that have been stalled for months.
Washington: Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said Monday he is confident the US economy will continue to expand, but he urged the US Congress and the White House to act to support stronger growth.