In an exclusive interview, Meera Kaul recalls her journey to success, and explains why she is supporting women in science and business.
Muhammad Osman Khan, country manager, UAE, for Elance-oDesk, explains how the online staffing platform is changing the face of hiring in the region
The Emaar chairman has faced a media frenzy ahead of Wednesday's Annual General Meeting. With his increasing commitments outside Emaar, including the $85 billion Capital Cairo project, and the departure of several key executives from the company, some shareholders are openly questioning his commitment to the company he founded, and his future role within it. In an exclusive interview, he tackles the critics head on — and explains why he is planning for several more years at the helm of one of the world’s most successful property developers
A year after the Emirates REIT initial public offering, executive deputy chairman Sylvain Vieujot says that potential headwinds in the Dubai property market bring more opportunities than challenges
Mike Belk, president and CEO of Daimler Middle East & Levant, talks to Arabian Business about why the company’s results are so strong, how it’s pushing the boundaries of technology, and where the automotive industry is heading.
We speak to the Dubai-based mastermind behind Fashion Forward's finale show
With profits up and growth on the cards, NADEC continues to stake its claim as one of the region’s leading agricultural and food companies. The CEO of NADEC Foods, Patrick Satamian, explains how a blending of tradition and modernity has helped the company to move into a new era.
Stéphane Michel, senior vice president for the Middle East and North Africa at French oil behemoth Total, believes that his company needs to maintain its flexibility and continue showing its financial muscle amid the dramatic slide in oil prices.
Abdulla Al Humaidi, Group CEO of Kuwaiti European Holding Group on why he is determined the London Paramount Entertainment Resort will not go the way of popular — but loss-making — rival Disneyland Paris
Upsetting 125 years of family tradition is bound to strain relations. Prominent businessman Mishal Kanoo gives a rare, uncensored account of how one of the Gulf’s oldest companies is dealing with the fallout from bringing in outside professionals, and explains why many family businesses are too scared to go public