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Abu Dhabi Police issue warning on new cyber bank scam

Abu Dhabi Police issue warning on new cyber bank scam

Complaints made about new scam which claims victims are wanted for questioning in connection with suspicious money transfers

Bahrain's IIB inks hotel deal for Sarajevo mega project

Bahrain's IIB inks hotel deal for Sarajevo mega project

International Investment Bank signs up Starwood to add dry hotel componext to mixed-use project

Jailed Al Jazeera journalist leaves Egypt for Australia

Jailed Al Jazeera journalist leaves Egypt for Australia

Peter Greste is deported to his native Australia after being imprisoned in Egypt for 400 days

Arabian Business Cafe

Time to say goodbye to the PC?

Time to say goodbye to the PC?

Mounting losses and dwindling sales have hit the popular...

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What makes a football club truly global?

Is it revenue sales, title success or star players...

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Whatever happened to the Palm Monorail?

Whatever happened to the Palm Monorail?

Time for a re-think of the $400m project, says Anil...

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Demanding a fare deal on oil

Demanding a fare deal on oil

Why aren’t air travel costs following oil prices and...

Kuwait gov't backs plan to implement midnight curfew
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Kuwait gov't backs plan to implement midnight curfew

All shops, restaurants, cafes, entertainment locations to be closed by 12pm to 'maintain security' - report

Alwaleed's Kingdom said to eye IPOs in several investments
Banking & Finance»

Alwaleed's Kingdom said to eye IPOs in several investments

Senior exec says Saudi budget airline Flynas is among companies in which it hold a stake to plan share sales from next year

Kuwait's Zain posts 35% slump in Q4 net profit
Technology»

Kuwait's Zain posts 35% slump in Q4 net profit

Telecom operator says it made net profit of more than $112m in the three months to Dec 31

UAE's Massar postpones IPO on poor demand
Markets»

UAE's Massar postpones IPO on poor demand

Abu Dhabi-based fleet manager Massar Solutions reportedly halts plan for $156m share sale

Two new MERS cases reported in Saudi Arabia
Healthcare»

Two new MERS cases reported in Saudi Arabia

Expat in Riyadh and a Saudi national in Hofuf are the latest victims, according to Ministry of Health

Dubai Investments says approves 60% purchase of Al Mal Capital
Banking & Finance»

Dubai Investments says approves 60% purchase of Al Mal Capital

Company announces acquisition of majority stake in Al Mal which shut in brokerage unit in fallout of global financial crisis

Dubai's Al Khaleej says has enough raw sugar for this year
Retail»

Dubai's Al Khaleej says has enough raw sugar for this year

Company says it may look to buy Indian and Pakistani sugar once they become available on the market

ISIL says it has beheaded second Japanese hostage
Politics & Economics»

ISIL says it has beheaded second Japanese hostage

A video surfaced purporting to show the beheading of Goto, after the failure of international efforts to secure his release through a prisoner swap.

Making a Marka on the UAE retail scene
Retail»
Making a Marka on the UAE retail scene
No silver lining for gold
Commodities»
No silver lining for gold
Sport»
Rory McIlroy seals victory at Dubai Desert Classic

Rory McIlroy seals victory at Dubai Desert Classic

World's No 1 golfer fires final round 70 to take three-shot victory at the Emirates Golf Club

Property»
For sale: $440m London mansion lived in by JFK

For sale: $440m London mansion lived in by JFK

Agents expect it will be bought by a Gulf royal or turned into an embassy

Sport»
Asian Cup: Great tournament but region still fights credibility gap

Asian Cup: Great tournament but region still fights credibility gap

Emirati footballer Omar Abdulrahman left a big stamp on the tournament with his exquisite ball skills and imagination

Style»
Dubai-based Rami Al Ali unveiled new collection in Paris

Dubai-based Rami Al Ali unveiled new collection in Paris

Collection focuses on several manipulations of the iconic Japanese kimono.

Photos»
Gourmet»
First View: New tapas bar set to open in Dubai's JLT

First View: New tapas bar set to open in Dubai's JLT

Amarillo's menu will include Spanish/Latin American specialties as well as new hybrid dishes inspired by Dubai culture.

Gadgets»
$3811 iPhone ‘Phantom’ in launched in Dubai

$3811 iPhone ‘Phantom’ in launched in Dubai

Smartphone comes enwrapped with a rare black platinum covering

Cars & Boats»

For sale: European royal carriages

One ex-Royal British Mews Landau Coach was commissioned by King William IV and described by Prince Philip as the “pride of North America”

Videos»
Gourmet»
Swiss firm launches chocolate academy in Dubai

Swiss firm launches chocolate academy in Dubai

World's largest cocoa grinder Barry Callebaut Group opens first training centre of its kind in Middle East

Travel & Hospitality»
Golfer Ernie Els launches family hotel venture in Dubai

Golfer Ernie Els launches family hotel venture in Dubai

New operator of family-friendly resorts expected to debut in Middle East

Wellness»
Protein Shakes: The “Whey” forward?

Protein Shakes: The “Whey” forward?

Are the popular drinks supplement a good substitute for a real meal, or a big waste of time?

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