March 26, 2012
An online survey has revealed that while the Arab Spring had an immediate negative impact on the economy in the region, its effect has been positive in driving higher interest in both economic and social development.
The effort is forecast to increase Saudi’s natural gas production by 40 percent by 2014.
Facebook is a phenomenon – companies use it, individuals love it… and so do cyber criminals.
March 25, 2012
The number of retail stores in Abu Dhabi is forecast to increase dramatically this year.
Globally, blogging is being adopted rapidly to build online business influence and take customer engagement to new heights.
Starting a business in the UAE isn’t just about deciding on a name and renting an office – there are many legal factors to be considered.
In line with known gender differences in individual leadership, the study finds that in workplaces with more women managers; more individualized employee feedback is carried out.
Why is Saudi sending so much oil to the US this month and next, and is this a danger for oil prices?
Observers wondering why the oil market is being hit with such a large volume in such a short timeframe.
“Emerging financial market opportunities created by the Arab Spring varies across countries,” said Hirsh, the Middle East Economist for Capital Economics, London UK, and one of the panelists.
March 22, 2012
Prepaid card payments are likely to grow faster than credit and debit cards as they started from a smaller base, said Richard Bialek, Senior Business Leader of Prepaid Products at Visa.
About 47 percent of the UAE’s total air traffic movement in January came from Dubai with 24,338.
The average profile of a person can be overflowing with information that could be used to construct a fairly detailed sketch of a job applicant, which can differ greatly from the image that applicant would like to project to a potential employer.
The supply-demand imbalance in the sukuk market means that issuers can place sukuk among a wide investor base and attract competitive pricing on sales.
Business leaders in the Middle East look to emerging markets for growth lessons and best practice more than developed markets.
Residents of Beirut remain unconvinced that local establishments are meeting the proper health standards.