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How much would Emirates be worth if it went public?

How much would Emirates be worth if it went public?

Founding CEO Sir Maurice Flanagan has said the world’s fastest-growing...

Does Daman’s move to go public make sense?

Does Daman’s move to go public make sense?

During a period in which most firms are being advised to sit on their IPOs...

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A Saif pair of hands for the Belhasa empire

A Saif pair of hands for the Belhasa empire

Saif Belhasa, founder and chairman of the Saif Belhasa Group of Companies, explains...

Making sense of Sharjah: Hussain Al Mahmoudi

Making sense of Sharjah: Hussain Al Mahmoudi

The UAE’s third-largest emirate has trod its own path, focusing on Islamic culture...

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Yemen crisis is first big test for Saudi Arabia's King Salman

Yemen crisis is first big test for Saudi Arabia's King Salman

Yemen is at risk of breaking up with the ascent of the Houthi movement

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Profile: Saudi's new Crown Prince Muqrin

Profile: Saudi's new Crown Prince Muqrin

Heir to Saudi Arabia's throne is a former fighter pilot who was educated at a Western...

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'When greed isn't good': Mohamed Alabbar on the current fluctuations in the region's stock markets

A short-sighted approach to investing is hurting the Dubai Financial Market, the Emaar chairman...

The Big Debate: Can Gulf governments reduce their dependency on expats?

The Big Debate: Can Gulf governments reduce their dependency on expats?

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Revealed: The big brands, personalities and trends that dominated 2014

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And the winner is… 2014's richest, most powerful and those destined to be the stars of the future

And the winner is… 2014's richest, most powerful and those destined to be the stars of the future

The executives who featured in this year's biggest lists and those who walked away with the...

Analysis: Gulf airlines' obsession with sports sponsorship

Analysis: Gulf airlines' obsession with sports sponsorship

In football, cricket, athletics or any other professional sport, the opportunity to emblazon...

Insider: Oil and gas sector in fear of hackers as cyber attacks surge 179%

Insider: Oil and gas sector in fear of hackers as cyber attacks surge 179%

Experts have put the vital industry on high alert as the threat from online criminals increases...

Opinion: Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor on the current stock market turbulence

Opinion: Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor on the current stock market turbulence

UAE businessman says just because some investors are selling shares at lower prices doesn't...

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