It’s the year’s biggest box office smash, the fourth of all time. Cars used in “Furious 7” have been on display to fans in the United Arab Emirates
A new scandal undermining the reputation of international banking has been added to a long list of previous cases. Under the spotlight this time is a
The significant rise in oil prices at the start of May meant they reached their highest levels so far in 2015. To what extent are they recovering?
Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing won leg five of the Volvo Ocean Race on Monday. Skipper Ian Walker and his crew completed the 6,776 nautical mile leg from
A military operation, “decisive storm”, was launched last week against the Houthis in Yemen. There have been lots of questions and analysis about the
A plane powered solely by the sun has begun an unprecedented round-the- world flight after taking off from a runway in Abu Dhabi on Monday. The aim
The Fed's decision to row back on a rate hike unsettled vulnerable Middle East markets already hit by low crude oil prices
Disappointing US economic data has unsettled markets in the Middle East and elsewhere and muddied the waters over an eventual interest rate rise
The women only crew manning the Team SCA boat romped to a convincing victory in the Volvo Ocean Race in-port Race in Abu Dhabi.
Wind was a problem
For many financial markets 2014 was a difficult year, but there are some positive elements moving forward, and a long wish list for the upcoming
Team Brunel came home first in the second leg of the Volvo Ocean Race from Cape Town in South Africa to the United Arab Emirates. The winning margin
New Scotland Yard has been sold to investors in Abu Dhabi for more than 400 million euros. The group said they would redevelop the old headquarters
Business Middle East looks at the reaction to the European Central Bank’s final meeting of 2014. ECB President Mario Draghi kept everyone in suspense
After the latest OPEC meeting
black gold lost some of its sheen as the producer cartel said it would not cut output to reverse a dramatic fall in
The leading boats in the Volvo Ocean Race have reached the half-way point of the second leg from Cape town to Abu Dhabi.
After one week of racing
Tropical storms in the Indian Ocean threatened to make the going very tough for the Volvo Ocean Race fleet for the second leg of the round the world
Business Middle East looks at the implications of the US Federal Reserve ending its quantitative easing programme. It is being wound down as the Fed
There have been significant economic consequences from the EU sanctions and Moscow’s response.
Russia, the EU’s second biggest food market
Business Middle East is our new weekly programme examining a major economic issue in this crucial global region and assessing the world economy’s
Education and developing human capacities lie at the heart of some Gulf countries plans for sustainable, knowledge-oriented economies. But in real
The way schools are designed can have a significant impact on the way children learn. Architects are now taking a fresh approach when it comes to