Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum gives $10 million to the Emirates team start an airline in five months.
The thrills and spills continue in Abu Dhabi where the women’s -78kg class saw the world number six win a battle of former world champions, the
Welcome to Business Middle East. This week we look at repercussions of the European Central Bank meeting, and Abu Dhabi starts a new challenge
Twenty new members have been elected to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) government advisory body, the Federal National Council. Each of the seven
Dubai Ruler Sheikh Mohammed’s son died on Saturday September 19 of a heart attack at the age of 34.
Sheikh Rashid was the 3rd child and eldest son
This week’s Business Middle East takes a look at global currency trading trends, and in business snapshot we look at the reactions to the new fuel
The ambitions of the United Arab Emirates run high, way above the skyscrapers. The tiny emirate is thinking big and aims to take the lead in space
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
UAE citizens can now travel in 34 European countries, including the Schengen area, without a visa after the states became the first in the Arab world
Competitors set sail on Saturday from Abu Dhabi for what is arguably the toughest stage in the Volvo Ocean race. Ahead lies 4,670 nautical miles to
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
The slump in world stocks has not left Middle East markets untouched. Global share prices recently suffered some of their worst declines of the past
Business Middle East this week take a closer look at the International Monetary Fund’s latest predictions. A pessimistic IMF has lowered its
This week we look at the largest initial public offering of shares in the United Arab Emirates since the global financial crisis.
The glint of gold has caught the eye of Business Middle East.
It was a golden week for buyers of bullion as prices continued to drop.
In this week’s edition of Business Middle East, we examine
the upcoming independence referendum in Scotland.
To be, or not to be in the UK, that
A €683-million deal between France and the United Arab Emirates for two spy satellites is in doubt over US-supplied parts that allegedly “compromise
There is no doubt the aviation industry has been affected by the attacks of September 11, 2001 and by the financial crisis.
But it has received a