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It is important that family firms take steps towards embedding governance principles to guard against potential legal issues in the future
A more plausible financial explanation for the disappointing global recovery starts with balance sheets that have been distorted by decades of increasing borrowing
Both Israel’s prime minister and America’s president have thrown away a huge opportunity to make a difference in the Middle East.
Political risk analyst Ruth Lux on why Qatar has already scored a hat-trick of achievements despite ongoing controversy
Abdul Aziz Al Yaqout looks at pros and cons in the ongoing taxation debate
One barrier to growth is the perception of a lack of transparency and accountability among Gulf-based businesses
In a country of 1.2 billion, improving living standards through education, health and infrastructure are vital.
Political discourse has all but evaporated in perhaps the most divisive general election for decades.
The world’s biggest democracy deserves a leader with a strong mandate to govern. Unfortunately, it may not get what it deserves.
This year’s Arab Youth survey suggests that entrepreneurial spirit is high and a growing number of young Arabs would like to work in the private sector.
The Gulf countries should implement informal and formal policy programmes aimed at female empowerment
British companies remain at the cutting edge of global creativity and have so much to offer to the Middle East region, says UK minister
With the kingdom’s population now projected to add another 7 million people by 2020, this problem has the potential to get a whole lot worse, says Ed Attwood
Poorer countries face being locked out of global capital markets, but for canny investors there are some emerging bargains to be had
Never mind the ill omens: Chinese investors will continue to fill their boots amid Dubai’s real estate boom, says Daniel Shane
Hamas fires rockets at Israel, Israel bombs 30 Gaza targets
Low pressure, windy conditions expected to continue until late on Monday
The world’s first dedicated A380 facility and home to Emirates Airline's growing fleet of superjumbos...
Declined a third term of International Equestrian Federation after eight years at the helm
Sheikh Mohammed called on followers to take part in biggest ever national brainstorming session...
Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan
New residential communities were designed to the world's best architectural specifications...
Over $6.35m has so far been sent flying 17 planes with aid from Dubai
A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck southwestern China on Sunday, killing at least 367 people...
Everyone in UAE knows that biggest is best.
UAE may not light up the international league tables in standard of living, education standards, press... more
@kingkaiser - exactly! It's a very complex issue and I couldn't agree more. What we also hopefully can all agree on is that no woman should ever be mocked... more
Once again my greatest respect for Qatar, and shame on other Arab countries.
The officer will be reprimanded???
The passenger should be fined - for violating basic social rules!
The officer must be applauded! more
US or UK? I guess we're getting lumped in with America yet again...or do we sound that much different? Maybe exclusion is a compliment.
- Canadian... more
Tolerance has its limits everywhere including Dubai and those who considered Dubai a lawless circus were held accountable...so thank you Dubai authorities... more
This high moral ground that Mick is talking abt sound very familiar. May I remind Mick that the US & its British ally alone killed over 1 million innocent... more