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24th edition of Cityscape Dubai opens its doors
The event focused on how the real estate market is adapting to change when it comes to new technology and sustainability
A game changing commitment to net zero
Prologis Europe owns and leases modern logistics facilities to a diverse base of customers principally across business-to-business and retail and online fulfilment.
'I believe in Brexit': PM Sunak rejects 'any alignment with EU laws'
The UK prime minister batted away calls from business leaders for looser immigration rules and closer EU ties to overcome labour shortages and trade barriers.
Elizabeth Holmes gets more than 11 years in prison for Theranos fraud
During the sentencing hearing, Holmes cried as she said she was "devastated" by her failures and would have done many things differently if she had the chance.
Elon Musk to staff: Commit to ‘hardcore’ new Twitter or leave
“Long hours at high intensity” will be needed to build “a breakthrough Twitter 2.0," he wrote in an email to the platform’s staff.
Germany’s top business school ESMT Berlin launches latest Global Online MBA
What do Phil Knight, Michael Bloomberg and Larry Page have in common?
UK businesses struggling in new 'post-Brexit' reality
Food production in the UK is slowing down and many farmers say they are finding it difficult to cope. Some businesses are now are even calling for Britain to re-enter the single market.
Elon Musk shrugs off reports of potential Twitter bankruptcy
"Usage of Twitter continues to rise. One thing is for sure: it isn't boring," said Musk after another day of apparent disarray at the company.
What does the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit mean for Europe?
As inflation and energy shortages continue to rise in Europe, the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) could fill the gap left by Russian sanctions.
OCP Group: Looking after phosphate resources for future generations
Modern-day farming methods seek to maximise yields and minimise waste. This requires, among other things, the most efficient use of fertilisers to add nutrients to the soil. Phosphorus, extracted from phosphate rock, is an indispensable element of these fertilisers.
Will Elon Musk bring back Vine?
This week, Elon Musk asked his Twitter followers if he should bring Vine back to the platform. But what is Vine - and what would its revival mean for Twitter?
Penguin Random House blocked merger is ruining Bertelsmann's plans
The German media group has been dealt another blow in its bid to become the undisputed world's biggest publisher.
Musk's Twitter 'bird will fly by EU rules,' Brussels warns on takeover
EU commissioner Thierry Breton issued the warning after Musk sealed the $44 billion deal and fired Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal and two other executives.
Why 'greening' your money could be essential to fight climate change
A sustainable pension or better banking may be a more effective way of cutting your carbon footprint than not flying.
WhatsApp says service back after outage disrupts messages
A message was showing for many users at the top of the app, saying it was "connecting" but then failing to do so.
John Sanei furture stragetist: "prepare for all eventualities"
Future strategist and bestselling author John Sanei says that society should "prepare for all eventualities" when contemplating the future, despite adding that there is no way to actually "future-proof the future." John was speaking at the Dubai Future Forum at the Museum of the Future.
Qatar's entrepreneurs prepare to welcome World Cup crowds
With an estimated 1.5 million football fans descending on Qatar in November for the World Cup, there are plenty of opportunities for savvy businesses.
Most European companies are open to the four-day week, surveys suggest
Among hundreds of managers surveyed by staffing firm Robert Half, most were open to offering a condensed four-day week at full pay.
UAE Green Visa launched
The United Arab Emirates has updated its visa rules related to work, investment and innovation to keep attracting global workers to the country.
This new system could finally make it easier to understand GDPR
A new GDPR certification system aims to make it easier for businesses and citizens to understand EU data protection rules - and comply with them.
US trio awarded Nobel economics prize for work on financial crisis
Ben Bernanke, Douglas W. Diamond and Philip H. Dybvig shared the award.
Carbon neutral goal for stereotype challenging Moroccan engineer
For Hanane Mourchid, doing nothing about the climate simply isn’t an option. The award-winning, stereotype-challenging Moroccan engineer is driving up sustainability at state-run company OCP Group which feeds global agriculture and is on a mission to become carbon neutral by 2040.
Fostering Innovation, the Qatar way
From braille entertainment platforms to artificially intelligent cooking contraptions, Qatar is no stranger to fostering innovations and start-ups though hubs or edutainment. Find out more with Qatar365
In Europe, digitalisation is picking up the pace to create more resilient businesses
Why would a company want to increase its digital density?
UK PM Truss defends tax-cutting budget despite market turmoil
The Bank of England made an emergency intervention on Wednesday after warning of a "material risk to UK financial stability".
More travellers are booking with travel agents than pre-pandemic
In a world of airport chaos and COVID restrictions, a travel agent could save you a lot of money.