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Returnship programme helps women, and men too, ease back into work after career break
A handful of corporations in the UAE are now offering women (and men) returnships – paid, short-term contracts that offer those that have taken long career breaks a bridge back into a senior role.
Book review: Sharp analysis lays Wall Street bare
Is Wall Street something to be celebrated or admonished? According to Wall Street Matters by William D Cohan it should be celebrated.
Book review: Tech addiction tempts us all
It takes us just six seconds to read a new office email. So, why is that and how can we change the modern dependency on technology?
Book review: Airbnb and Uber are game changers from Silicon Valley
The Upstarts offers a fascinating insight into how two game changing companies, Uber and Airbnb, came into existence.
Book review: Britain’s code-breaking women overlooked
Marie Hicks' Programmed Inequality documents Britain's failure to capitalise on its post second world lead in the computer technology industry.
Book review: Investment advice in The Long and the Short of It
In John Kay's The Long and the Short of It, the reader is taught how to become their own investment manager.
Day in the life: Food for thought from Dubai vegetarian blogger
Sumati Menda, founder of Veggiebuzz.com, is a thirtysomething Indian lawyer turned food blogger grew up in the UAE and attended law school in New York.
Book review: The Process Matters by Joel Brockner
Being removed from The Tonight Show not once but twice should have been humiliating for TV host Jay Leno. But as Joel Brockner argues in The Process Matters, it's not what you do but how you do it.
Day in the life: Healthy living all round for Dubai dentist
Dubai dentist Jocelyne Charest balances the demands of her working day with an early morning meditation session followed by 30 minutes of trampolining.
The Hidden Wealth of Nations: Gabriel Zucman details money lost by governments to tax havens
In his book The Hidden Wealth of Nations – The Scourge of Tax Havens, Gabriel Zucman calculates that of 8 per cent, or $7.6 trillion, the world’s entire wealth is held in accounts in tax havens - resulting to $200 billion in lost tax to governments worldwide.