In the Mideast, entrepreneurs flourish
Many areas in the Middle East are still reeling from the uprisings last year, but investors and entrepreneurs see nothing but opportunity.
Tech hub opens in heart of Beirut
On Monday a new technology center opened its doors in the heart of Beirut with the aim of creating a hub for technology, attracting foreign investment and helping retain young and talented Lebanese.
Gregory Anthony Kouri, early PayPal investor, dies at 51
BY ELINOR J. BRECHER
Gregory Anthony Kouri, an early investor in the e-commerce payment service PayPal, died unexpectedly in New York City on Saturday at age 51.
A third generation Lebanese-Canadian, he was born June 15, 1961, in Montreal. He lived in Miami Beach with his wife, Miami Beach/New York
Gauss: Stuxnet-Linked Cyber Weapon Hits Lebanon
By Lee Ferran | ABC News
A new cyber weapon believed to be linked by code to the infamous Stuxnet worm has been discovered stealing banking information in Lebanon, according to Moscow-based cyber security firm Kaspersky Labs.
The new malware, dubbed Gauss for an in-code reference to a German mathematician, is
Charbel Farhat Wins International Association for Computational Mechanics Award
Aeronautics and Astronautics department chair has made lasting contributions to aeroelasticity, computational fluid dynamics on moving grids, computational acoustics, computational mechanics and high-performance computing.By Stanford Engineering Charbel Farhat, the Vivian Church Hoff Professor of Aircraft Structures and the Chairman of the Department ofRead More
Business Insider Review of Dermandar – July 2012
This New Panoramic Camera App Is Picking Up Steam In Silicon Valley
Lebanese connecting Silicon Valley with its nascent IT sector
Daily Star Article: Lebanese connecting Silicon Valley with its nascent IT sector
Recap: July 19, 2012 Event
Some photos taken during dinner event with CEO of Dermandar on July 19th 2012.