We need to connect employees, clients, stakeholders and even consumers to a larger purpose that contributes to the greater good, says Elie Khouri
Dan Smith, head of integrated marketing for Xerox in the Middle East and Africa region, explains how SMEs can benefit from having less paper in the office
Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund — one of the world’s biggest — has taken a hit this quarter with a number of stakes reporting sub-par performances.
In H1, gasoline deliveries into US local markets jumped by 4.3 percent compared with the same period in 2014
The global tourism market is swelling with new middle class citizens, but Dubai risks losing out unless it picks up the pace with mid-level accommodation.
It's been seven years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers and instead of using the event as a way to deal with excess, lax structures and a lack of focus on productivity, it became a catalyst for policymakers to 'pretend and extend'. But not all is lost and while the next seven years will be lean, they will be positively lean.
The Barakah nuclear power project, once fully operational, will supply a quarter of the country’s energy needs.
While Damac's latest Bugatti-styled villas may seem attractive for high-end buyers, Dubai is still lagging behind when it comes to affordable housing, says Ed Attwood
A change in policy involving the entry of UAE nationals to the subcontinent would further boost trade, tourism and economic cooperation between the two countries, argues Ashish Mehta
The opening up of Iran’s ageing aviation industry could pave the way for lucrative growth for the region’s leading carriers, says Ed Attwood