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Jun 19, 2013
The appointment of a former Deloitte executive to run the Saudi Arabian family business Al Gosaibi has big implications for the Middle East's longest-running financial sore, the feud between Al Gosaibi and the family's erstwhile partner Maan Al Sanea. Read Article Familiar face to lead Al Gosaibi through latest phase of saga
Congratulations are in order for Mark Beer, the registrar of the Dubai International Financial Centre Courts, who was named as a member of the Order of the British Empire last week. Read Article Royal recognition for DIFC Courts registrar who had to keep it all quiet
Social affairs ministry tell bus companies to draw up detailed plans for the transport of pupils with physical and intellectual disabilities. Read Article UAE ministry: All school buses should be able to transport students with special needs
Ramola Talwar Badam
As many as 80 per cent of construction projects in Saudi Arabia could suffer delays because of the introduction of a labour law restricting foreign employment, analysts warned yesterday.
Read Article Saudi Arabia faces construction logjam
Arab Spring economies: Tunisia intends to recapitalise its banks and has vowed to carry on with subsidies and tax reform to strengthen its economy. Read Article Tunisia commits to subsidy reform
Investcorp has acquired a significant stake in Al Yusr Industrial Contracting Company, the latest in a flurry of deals targeting Gulf heavy industry. Read Article Investcorp buys stake in Saudi oil and gas company
Gregor Stuart Hunter
The Middle East's first price comparison website has launched a UAE portal after receiving funding from a backer behind Souq.com and Cobone.com.
Read Article Online portal for price shopping
Fuad Sharaf worked in the public sector for eight years before leaving it all behind for a career in retail. Read Article Private sector has much to offer the ambitious
Retail is not seen as a traditional career option among Emiratis - but the Middle East Council of Shopping Centres is hoping to change that. Read Article High hopes Emiratis will buy idea of a career in UAE's retail industry
Kuwait hanged a 33-year-old Egyptian man dubbed a "monster" for the abduction and rape of 17 children under the age of 10, the public prosecution said. Read Article Kuwait hangs 'monster' child rapist
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