Arabian Prince
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Arabian Prince
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State of California
Inglewood
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2007z
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Mohammed Bin Salman, Saudi Arabian Prince, Pushes Rapid Change - NBCNews.com
Google News - 6 days
NBCNews.com Mohammed Bin Salman, Saudi Arabian Prince, Pushes Rapid Change NBCNews.com RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Saudi Arabia's powerful deputy crown prince is a young man in a big hurry. Amid plunging oil prices, 31-year-old Mohammad bin Salman is furiously promoting a plan to wean his country off of the fossil fuel while getting more of ... Prince Alwaleed says women driving ban hurts Saudi economyBBC News Let Women Drive, a Saudi Prince UrgesNew York Times A billionaire Saudi prince says it's 'high time' for Saudi women to start drivingWashington Post Reuters -Aljazeera.com -USA TODAY -International Business Times all 41 news articles »
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Saudi Aramco: The Oil Giant’s Known Unknowns
Yahoo News - 7 months
Saudi Arabian Oil Co.: A company that enriched its private investors for decades through what was called a “golden gimmick” beckons to foreign capital once again. If the national oil champion were to become a holding company with 5% or so of its shares listed on the stock market, it would be too large for investors to ignore. Based on what Saudi Arabia’s Prince Mohammed bin Salman estimated to be a potential market value of $2 trillion to $2.5 trillion, just its proposed float would be larger than supermajor BP or as valuable as ConocoPhillips and Italy’s ENI combined.
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What Edward Said About the Middle East
Huffington Post - about 1 year
When I told people where I was going, I got a different response than when I announced I'd be backpacking around Europe. People were always a little more curious. "Aren't you afraid? You know, since you're a woman." "Going to meet your Arabian prince, huh?" The question remained: why Dubai? Whether it was informed by shimmering depictions of futuristic skyscrapers or the straw "oppressed Muslim woman," people had their preconceived notions when I mentioned that I was going to study in Dubai for a semester abroad. "Are you excited?" Well, I was trying not to be in case Dubai felt as hollow as a wintry Paris: an illuminated city with no one to share it with. I didn't want to get my hopes up again. After enough traveling, you realize the earth is a continuum of jungles and rivers and deserts, but it all comes full circle. All that really changes is the scene, the actors merely changing costumes. "Are you nervous?" About what, exactly? Moving abroad? ...
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Al-Faisal: Syria a 'festering wound'
CNN - almost 3 years
John Defterios speaks to Saudi Arabia's Prince Turki al-Faisal about why it' so important to establish peace in Syria.
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The 10 Most Absurd Flight Delays To Ever Happen
Huffington Post - about 3 years
Think your Thanksgiving plane delay is funny? Wait till you hear these crazy excuses for tardy takeoff. Bill Clinton's scalp In 1993, four LAX runways shut down when then-president Bill Clinton summoned his hair stylist aboard Air Force One for a last-minute trim on the tarmac. Apparently, he hadn't had time to make it to the stylist's Beverly Hills salon during his stay. Six-foot iguanas In Puerto Rico, a strange, nonnative iguana species has begun to overrun the island, setting up camp everywhere from patios to hotel pools. The real doozy comes when they swarm the runways, causing delays at San Juan International Airport. A man in a flying lawn chair As far as we can tell, this really, truly happened. In 1982, Larry Walters attached 45 industrial weather balloons to a lawn chair for a casual flight above his backyard. Things got a little out of hand, and he was arrested after floating into LAX airspace at 16,000 feet. A Pan Am flight changed its course. An icy blast of fire ...
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Flexing Saudi Muscles
Huffington Post - about 3 years
A major new player has emerged on the Middle East political stage. In the past, Saudi Arabia has been a passive bystander on Middle East political issues with the exception of the Israeli/Palestinian dispute. For the most part, the Saudi monarchy, discrete and secretive, was willing to let their longtime ally, the United States, take the lead in pursuing a Middle East agenda with which the Saudis generally concurred. All of that has changed within the last year. Now the Saudis are publicly and aggressively pursuing their own Middle East policy, fueled by petro dollars. In Egypt, as soon as the military deposed Morsi's Islamic government, the Saudis jumped right in with support to aid General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in tightening his grip on control. While the United States was dithering about whether to cut some or all of its $1.3 billion in aid, the Saudis promised Egypt's rulers $12 billion. In Syria, the Saudis have been supplying cash, weapons, and training to the rebel ...
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Veteran Saudi Power Player Works to Topple Assad
Wall Street Journal - over 3 years
Saudi Arabia's Prince Bandar is working to advance the Saudi kingdom's top foreign-policy goal, defeating Syrian President Assad and his Iranian and Hezbollah allies.
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David Geller: Does Your Definition of Success Work for You?
Huffington Post - over 3 years
One of the world's richest men, Saudi Arabian Prince Alwaleed, is not happy with his place on Forbes magazine's list of the world's richest people. Ranked at number 29, he is suing the magazine for libel, claiming his fortune is $9.5 billion more than the $20 billion reported. This may be an extreme example, yet we live in a society that encourages us to use money as a way to keep score. TV shows and movies celebrate the lives of the rich and powerful. Professional firms compete based on profits per partner. Forbes publishes its annual list of the richest Americans. You may be thinking, "I would never use money to keep score. How silly." But before you start patting yourself on the back for your good sense, ask yourself the following questions: 1. Do I compare my earnings with those of my peers at work, or my friends and family? 2. Do I have a net worth goal I am trying to achieve? If so, do I keep resetting the goal every time I reach it? 3. When I re ...
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Saudi princess accused of slavery
Guardian (UK) - over 3 years
Woman living in California kept Kenyan maid confined to house and took passport, say prosecutors in human trafficking case Prosecutors in southern California have charged a Saudi Arabian princess with human trafficking and accused her of bringing a Kenyan woman to the United States and holding her against her will as a servant. The accused woman, Meshael Alayban, 42, brought the Kenyan to the US in May and paid her $220 a month while holding her passport and keeping her confined to an apartment complex in Irvine, California, where Alayban lived, Orange county prosecutors said. The servant, whose name was not released, had to wash dishes, cook, clean, do laundry and iron without a day off, prosecutors said. Authorities said they found four Filipino women in the home who also may have had their passports seized by Alayban's family. An investigation was under way into whether others were involved in the alleged human trafficking scheme. Police arrested Alayban early on Wednesday at ...
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Saudi Prince sues over Forbes ranking
Byron Shire News - over 3 years
YOU'RE a Saudi Arabian prince with a certain reputation to maintain. So imagine your horror when a global magazine underestimates your net worth by $10 billion.     
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John Zipperer: The Week to Week News Quiz for Friday, March 8, 2013
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Do you really follow the news or just surf it? Take our quiz and find out how much you know about the week's important developments. Here are some random but real hints: That would keep Dennis from returning; it'll give them something to do in the fall; there's the possibility of an extended layover; and Kim is good at penny pinching anyway. Answers are at the bottom of the quiz. 1. Why did Senator Rand Paul stage a 13-hour old-fashioned filibuster this week? a. He was protesting the recent budget deal to fund the government through September b. He was protesting his own party's budget compromises with the Democrats c. He was challenging the authority of the White House to wage war with unmanned drones d. He was demanding the immediate approval of John Brennan as head of the CIA 2. Shortly after ex-NBA star Dennis Rodman left North Korea, what did the isolated country do? a. It applied to host a new expansion NBA team in Pyongyang b. It asked coach Phil Jackson ...
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Deals of the Day: Meet the Insta-Rich
Wall Street Journal - over 4 years
Deals of the Day compiles this morning’s biggest news about mergers and acquisitions, banking, bankruptcy and more. Catch us on Twitter, @WSJDealJournal. Mergers & Acquisitions Insta-Rich: Facebook is acquiring the popular photo-sharing app Instagram for $1 billion in cash and stock. [WSJ] Related: Instagram’s founder and chief executive, 28-year-old Kevin Systrom navigates the technology world with ease, possibly because he grew up in it. [WSJ] Related: Did Facebook panic? [Fortune] Tech patents: Microsoft’s nearly $1.1 billion deal to buy or license some of the Internet’s basic plumbing from AOL spotlights the ongoing boom in spending among tech titans for what amounts to the Internet-era’s nuclear deterrence. [WSJ] Related: AOL agreed to sell more than 800 patents and related applications to Microsoft for about $1.1 billion. Its stock jumped 43% on the rich price, which eases pressure on the Internet company as it tries to remake itself. [WSJ] Related: AOL is back in ...
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James Murdoch: the Godfather of conscious hip-hop - The Voice
Google News - over 5 years
It is flawlessly Islamophobic for profit and on principle, whilst its second largest shareholder is a mosque-owning Saudi Arabian prince who has a fondness for the words 'ethics' and 'integrity'. Rupert Murdoch offered a heartfelt and sincere apology
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LinA In LA Club/Party Picks: Cosmic Prom, Shhh, Mattachine, James Pants ... - LA Weekly (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
DJ set by Arabian Prince (NWA), along with surprise live performances and musical guests throughout the night. 6363 Hollywood Blvd. Facebook invite here. A girl-charged night awaits at Live And Feel's Launch Party from LAF Productions & Raynee and
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Improbable research: how to demolish a skyscraper - The Guardian
Google News - over 5 years
A Saudi Arabian prince decides, for symbolic purposes, to purchase the Empire State Building, and move it from New York City to Riyadh. (He chooses, on the basis of cost, to transport only those "portions of the building necessary to recreate its
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Spearhead wins Friday feature - Asian Age
Google News - over 5 years
The Governor's Cup 2400 m: Spearhead 55 (Ladjadj Stephane) 1, Arabian Prince 60 (R. Marshall) 2, Spark Of Gold 55 (PS Chouhan) 3, Becket 60 (YS Srinath) 4. Won by: 7½, 5¼, 2. Time: 2:38.78. 10. The Champion Jockey Cup (Div-II) 1400 m: Halo Of Reverence
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Bangalore results - Calcutta Telegraph
Google News - over 5 years
9th race: Spearhead 1, Arabian Prince 2, Spark Of Gold 3. Win Rs 65; (P) 31, 28; (Q) 177. 10th race: Halo Of Reverence 1, Emerald King 2,Chhota Bheem 3. Win Rs 34; (P) 17, 16, 22; (Q) 90. 11th race: Adonis 1, Black Beauty 2,Smooth Glider 3
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Arabian Prince
1965
Born on June 17, 1965.
1984
He started working with Bobby Jimmy & the Critters in 1984.
He also produced the hit single and album for JJ Fad, "Supersonic."
1988
He was a founding member of N.W.A. but when fellow member Ice Cube came back from the Phoenix Institute of Technology in 1988 he found himself to be surplus to the band — Eazy-E, Ice Cube and MC Ren were the main performers, DJ Yella was the turntablist and Dr. Dre was the main producer.
1989
After leaving N.W.A., Arabian Prince began his solo career. His first solo album Brother Arab was released in 1989, although it sold poorly.
1993
Arabian Prince continued his solo career and released his fourth album Where's My Bytches in 1993, which was his last album of the 1990s.
2007
He recently started releasing music again with his Professor X project on the Dutch label Clone records. In 2007, he performed as a DJ on the 2K Sports Holiday Bounce Tour with artists from the Stones Throw label.
One of his songs was included on the 2007 video game College Hoops 2K8.
2008
In 2008, Stones Throw released a compilation of his electro-rap material from the 1980s.
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