Pakistan’s cattle markets have been crammed for weeks as the Muslim country prepares for the sacrificial festival of Eid al-Adha this weekend, ...
Chinese ride-sharing firm Didi Chuxing has invested in Middle East ride-hailing firm Careem as part of a new partnership agreement between the two ...
Ride-hailing firm Careem, a Middle East rival to Uber Technologies Inc, has bought a minority stake in a three-month-old Egyptian start-up that ...
Dubai-based ride hailing firm Careem will step up expansion into new markets after raising $150 million from investors, including German carmaker ...
The Saudi labor ministry and the Public Transport Authority issued a memorandum of understanding to localize labor in the car transportation services ...
Dubai-based ride-hailing company Careem is looking for acquisition opportunities and is considering an initial public offering as a possible option ...
Ride-hailing service sees opportunities for car-shares, driverless cars
Ride-hailing apps will soon employ more Saudi men than Aramco
State-owned communication firm announced it bought the stake for $100 million
Tie-up reflects shared interest of both parties in supporting citizens in transport sector
App-based car booking service looks forward to better the transportation infrastructure in region
Transportation network company Careem’s recent message to its clients in Saudi Arabia has resulted in a sweeping social reaction
When it comes to regulating the ‘Sharing Economy’, how much regulation is too much?
Deal with Roads and Transport Authority will allow users to book more than 9,800 taxis and 4,700 limousines
Saudis on social media reported that the company’s website was hacked by an outsider and that users with saved credit card information
Services by Uber remain suspended in Abu Dhabi
Ride-hailing service Uber and a chief competitor have unexpectedly suspended services in the United Arab Emirates capital of Abu Dhabi
Passengers with disabilities can order on demand transport that suits their specific requirements at click of button
Careem’s service allows users to order vehicles through smart applications by booking the vehicle for a specific time and date
Some Dubai residents making the switch from traditional city-owned taxis to ride sharing apps say they feel like they are being taken for a ride
Careem, which operates in 18 cities in the Middle East decided it would help drive women to polling stations
Smartphone ride-sharing service – under fire for ‘dirty tricks’ elsewhere – seen using ‘aggressive’ measures by rival Careem
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