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Focus: Three vital predictions for 2012. 1: Europe will fail to save the euro, again. 2: Goldman Sachs might still be there. 3: Columnists will keep recycling columns.
December 16, 2011
Jamie Cunningham is the chief executive of Professional Sports Group, one of the leading sports marketing agencies in the Middle East. Rupert Wright meets the man dubbed 'the Jerry Maguire of the Middle East'.
Focus: Investors keep their feet on lockdown, unwilling to risk even a moment's irrational exuberance.
Bankers should return to being dull and long-winded. We don't want punk bankers, but bankers so grey and tedious that even their wives won't acknowledge them in public.
December 9, 2011
Q&A: Mahindra Satyam, a consulting and IT firm in Hyderabad, started out working as a manager in a factory and is now the boss of 32,000 employees around the globe.
We all know what Brics stands for Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. All emerging economic powers but they share another characteristic: corruption.
Walid Sidani, the ceo of the Abu Dhabi National Insurance Company (Adnic), has spent 22 years in insurance - but doesn't seem to have lost his enthusiasm for the industry.
December 2, 2011
Amid a raft of hotel openings in Abu Dhabi Rupert Wright takes times to visit the new Rocco Forte hotel and meets the man behind the name.
I don't care for business books. They are boring, banal and generally about business. What's interesting about business is the people and personalities.
After fleeing civil war as a young man, and a stint in Abu Dhabi, Aref Karim has developed a solid financial operation.
November 28, 2011
Christian Schaffner lives in a world in which every watch is a 'timepiece', every pen a 'writing instrument', every pair of spectacles is 'eyewear'. Rupert Wright meets the president of Davidoff.
November 25, 2011
I don't know who would bother wasting their time rating things for free, but whoever you are, you're an idiot.
Little seems to have changed since I last drove through the plains to Darjeeling 16 years ago, except the roads are even more choked
Focus: Chinese millionaires are queuing to leave their homeland, pulling back the mask of the economic powerhouse, says Rupert Wright.
November 18, 2011
Focus: Aabar Investments' purchase of a private bank in Zurich has broadened the choices opento wealthy local people, who have been used to investing their funds in Dubai or Singapore.
World on ‘verge of abyss’ of climate ruin, says UN chief
Irish hotel quarantine exemption limited to four Covid-19 vaccine makers
How to build your own cardboard mosque at home with the children
Mourinho's sacking proof of decline of a manager well past his best
Huda Kattan pledges one million meals to UAE's 100 Million Meals campaign