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Future Proof - Dubai turns to technology and innovation to create its future...

There Will Be Xi

China’s president may be in office for a long time. Is he on the right side of history?

There Will Be Xi

6 mins

Mubadala In Talks To Sell EMI Stake

Millions of music hits may soon be for sale. Will Sony buy them?

Mubadala In Talks To Sell EMI Stake

2 mins

Future U Has A Dark Past

Silicon Valley’s Singularity University has lost Google funding and dealt with assault and fraud allegations

Future U Has A Dark Past

6 mins

No, Really, Save That Placenta

A biotech star is betting stem cells from the tissue can treat Crohn’s and MS and perhaps even slow aging

No, Really, Save That Placenta

3 mins

Rebooting Dubai

The city of skyscrapers in the desert is coming of age. Its biggest challenge is to keep growing

Rebooting Dubai

3 mins

Too Hungry To Pump Oil

Venezuela’s oil workers are quitting in droves. Those that remain sometimes collapse on the job

Too Hungry To Pump Oil

4 mins

The Globalists Have Fallen

When the Dow Jones industrial average closed at a record high on Jan. 26, it looked like the reigning wisdom about Donald Trump and his presidency might be all wrong: Trump had sold himself to voters as a fire-breathing nationalist eager to rip up trade deals, stick it to Wall Street, and impose Steve Bannon-style protectionism. But Bannon was gone, stocks were booming, and ex-Wall Street luminaries such as Gary Cohn and Dina Powell appeared to have the upper hand in the White House following the passage of tax reform. Trump seemed to revel in his unexpected status as hero of the business community and the reassessments it prompted. That same day, he returned from overseas to a triumphant headline in the New York Times: “Trump Arrived in Davos as a Party Wrecker. He Leaves Praised as a Pragmatist.”

The Globalists Have Fallen

5 mins

The First Curve Is The Steepest

A comprehensive Australian system for mastering the surf comes to North America.

The First Curve Is The Steepest

9 mins

A Splash Of Beauty

Chefs are turning a rare Moroccan oil from a cosmetic product into an expensive edible delight.

A Splash Of Beauty

3 mins

Ajit Pai

The antiregulation communications regulator emerges as a rabble-rouser.

Ajit Pai

2 mins

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Bloomberg Businessweek Middle East Magazine Description:

PublisherUMS International

CategoryBusiness

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyFortnightly

Bloomberg Businessweek Middle East provides unparalleled intelligence and surprising insights to powerful business leaders. Offering indispensable content, it aims to provide influential decision makers with new ways to innovate, compete and move ahead.

It offers surprising and timely perspectives on the most important issues of today and unique stories you won’t find anywhere else.

Published in English, its Middle East edition will explore everything from global economics, technology and finance to travel, fashion and lifestyle pursuits - from a fresh and original perceptive.

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