Lenders are slicing their workforces, including in the UAE, as the effects of the oil price burn their way through the sector, ,says Ed Attwood
The UAE has laid out the welcome mat for entrepreneurs but the increasing number fleeing debt is yet more evidence of why the country must have a bankruptcy law, says Courtney Trenwith
The showpiece event still stole the headlines, even if the big-money orders of 2013 were absent, says Ed Attwood
US billionaire philanthropist and co-founder of Microsoft reveals how his Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is partnering with the Islamic Development Bank to invest billions in trying to make a real breakthrough in how development is funded in poor countries.
Marillyn Hewson, chairman and CEO of Lockheed Martin Corporation on how the UAE is taking steps to provide women with opportunities in the sector
The world is competing for the emerging region’s immense opportunities but the GCC’s reluctance to invest in its neighbour could leave it lagging far behind, says Courtney Trenwith
An impressive array of social entrepreneurs are changing the world, and making money at the same time, says Courtney Trenwith
Emirates growth driven by Sheikh Mohammed’s vision for Dubai’s aviation industry to be world-class and number one globally
Emirates Group has paid $4bn worth of dividends to the Dubai government in the past 30 years, so who is helping out who, asks Ed Attwood
Ziad El Chaar, managing director, Damac Properties, criticises the glut of market research, often presented 'without any effort to scrutinise the basis and reliability of the numbers'