September 3, 2014
The exciting lineup is slowly being released for the return of Sandance to Atlantic Beach, The Palm on Friday, October 10.
Leading Dubai developer Majid Al Futtaim announced plans to expand a retail mall in Oman's capital, Muscat, including 60 shopping and dining options.
Global tech giant Siemens handed over the Shuweihat S3 power plant in Abu Dhabi to begin commercial operations.
It's a global event that's gotten countless countries in the groove, and now the first outdoor edition at the Meydan Hotel in Dubai has some major headlining acts, including American DJ Roger Sanchez.
September 2, 2014
It might be one big geek-fest in your eyes, or an exciting chance to wear a costume and buy some superhero comics! Either way, Comic Con 2014 used ultimate powers to woo fans from across the globe.
The biggest Middle Eastern airline, Emirates, added two more destinations to its network this week including Oslo and Brussels.
Dubai's largest bank, Emirates NBD, is looking to increase its presence in Saudi Arabia, CEO of the company announced.
They've caused quite a stir in the U.K. and now they're carrying their new wave tunes to the UAE.
Major Dubai developer Nakheel officially opened the Jumeirah Park Pavillion as the first of five malls to be launched in the emirate.
Residential property prices increased by 34.5 percent in July, compared to the previous year.
September 1, 2014
Expo Centre Sharjah is high in demand for events with a 25 percent rise in visitors for the first half of 2014.
Hotel occupancy in Abu Dhabi rose by three points in July while in industry saw a hike in guest arrivals by 26 percent in July, compared to the previous year.
Organizers have launched the second phase of expansion for Dubai Festival City. The large-scale refurbishment program started in 2014.
August 31, 2014
“People who once flew on Qantas operated aircraft who suddenly fly on the Emirates operated aircraft are seeing a big improvement in quality. Instead of booking on the Qantas website they are now just jumping on the Emirates website.”
Dubai's hotel sector barely managed to break even in July. Occupancy levels slid by 4.6 percent due to a summer slowdown including the month of Ramadan.