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With an Added Cost Standard Hotels Allow Guests to Select their Check-In and Check- Out Times

The Standard hotel group , well known for its boutique hotels, always tries to make things cool for its customers and this time it is something called ' Standard time' which the hotel chain is introducing. It is doing away with the conventional ideas about a specific hotel check-in and check-out time allowing customers to choose their own.

On Monday, the Standard Hotels in their latest move to please customers and do away with annoyance of traditional check-in times made the welcome changes.

Yahoo to Report Q2 Earnings on Monday and Receive Final Bids from Potential Buyers

Yahoo is set to report its Q2 earnings after the markets close on Monday.

It could be the last earnings report for the Sunnyvale, California based multinational technology company as the world knows it today. On Monday, Yahoo is also expected to receive final bids from interested companies who have shown interest in buying it. Yahoo's core business, including advertising, search and content businesses like Yahoo Finance, Yahoo Sports and Yahoo Mail are up for sale.

A Peek into Walt Disney Co Company Stock

It has not been one of those glorious years for Burbank, California based Walt Disney but it has also not been a bad year.

Solar Power Floods California Grid with Record 8,030 Megawatts Electricity

The booming renewable energy industry in California had a really bright day this week. The California Independent System Operator or ISO, the state's biggest power grid managed to generate a record amount of solar energy which is sufficient for providing  power to more than two million homes.

UAE construction firms required to hire Emirati health officers

A new ruling, which will come into effect next year, will make it mandatory for all construction firms in the United Arab Emiratesto employ an Emirati health and safety officer.

The ruling will be introduced form the starting of next year and will be imposed on all the construction firms that have over 500 employees in the country, according to the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation.

Business occupancy falls 3% in Business Bay in Dubai

According to the latest figures released, the official occupancy rates in the Business Bay recorded a fall of 3 per cent during the previous quarter.

The data showed that the occupancy level remained at just 60 per cent, which is the lowest among all of the Dubai's office sub-markets. The Core UAE's Q2 2016 Dubai Office Report showed that other prime central office locations in Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road and Downtown also recorded a fall of 6 per cent in the months from April to June, 2016.