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The former Google marketing executive might be better suited to help inspire a budding entrepreneur community throughout Egypt, but circumstances have thrust him into the political forefront as Egyptians navigate the maze of democracy.
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A new report indicates that the Arab Spring may create new opportunities within the Islamic finance industry.
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Cafe Coffee Day, India’s largest coffee chain, is gearing up to take on Starbucks, which will open its first locations in the country later this year.