April 28, 2014
UAE's Union National Bank (UNB) has launched the first "Green Loan" in the region, which is designed to encourage investment in energy efficient products and related developments.
UAE's lead telecommunications operator Etisalat signed a multi-currency club deal worth $4.35 billion with seventeen banks to fund its acquisition of Vivendi.
There's no official announcement, but somebody has spilled the beans that Lady Gaga is likely to perform in the UAE on September 10.
Viceroy Hotel Group plans an aggressive expansion in Dubai after announcing two more hotels!
April 27, 2014
With the announcement of the successful World Expo 2020 bid, competition among real estate contractors is breeding new levels of innovation and creativity to not only UAE's real estate sector, but the urban planning initiatives and other economic markets overall.
For those curious to see how the Muslim world would respond to these same-sex marriage promoters, fans of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis received them just as warmly on Friday as other parts of the world.
Standup comedian Maz Jobrani is back in Dubai with his brand new tour ‘’My Lion is Moist Tour.”
The 5th UAE-US Economic Policy Dialogue, attended by government representatives of both countries, has concluded in Abu Dhabi.
April 26, 2014
Almost nonchalant, a group of a dozen sweaty men – all but two Filipinos, one Briton and an Australian - are busy dressing up, for a while now, in what seems like an intricate array of robotic costumes to curious onlookers near Mirdif.
April 24, 2014
Etihad Airways launched a new social media strategy in the form of a hashtag in an attempt to engage more with customers.
Rejoice, cycle enthusiasts. Abu Dhabi will be transformed into a cycling- and walking-friendly emirate by 2020, according to a master plan revealed by the Department of Transport (DoT).
You might have wanted it to be true, but Duraid Lahham didn't really call Ahlam "vile, rude and ridiculous"!
Dubai Investments, the largest investment company listed on the Dubai Financial Market (DFM), has raised the foreign ownership limit in the company from the existing 20 percent to 35 percent.