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  • Environmental short-sightedness can be costly

    Environmental short-sightedness can be costly

    As the UN releases a new Environment Program report, the Arab News article underlines the fact that no community can disturb the natural balance and live without consequences.

    October 24, 2010 11:39
  • Expats stats don’t matter – we’re staying

    Expats stats don’t matter – we’re staying

    Expat stats on salaries, expat stats on spending, expat facts on leaving – all irrelevant, according to Samuel Potter. With home countries going austerity crazy, most of us aren’t going anywhere.

    October 21, 2010 5:19
  • Are you going to GITEX?

    Are you going to GITEX?

    Kipp is, assuming the boss will sign off on the Metro fare. But will you be going, and what can we expect when we get there? Here’s a brief preview…

    October 17, 2010 1:20
 
  • Is Dubai fixed?

    Is Dubai fixed?

    According to Sheikh Mohammed, after the rigors of the financial downturn, Dubai is back. Kipp asked if you agree.

    October 12, 2010 1:41
  • Regret and apology of a generation

    Regret and apology of a generation

    Writing in Arab news, Hassan Yassin says we’re leaving a depleted and damaged planet to future generations, and that our greed may undo more than a century of progress.

    October 12, 2010 1:28
  • It’s all our fault

    It’s all our fault

    Who would you blame for the property crash? The hordes of greedy, over-ambitious property developers, or Kipp? If you said Kipp, it’s the right answer (apparently).

    October 11, 2010 4:02
 
  • BlackBerry conspiracy theories

    BlackBerry conspiracy theories

    What was the deal? Was there a deal? Samuel Potter has a few thoughts about why the BlackBerry ban may have disappeared.

    October 10, 2010 4:25
  • Is your company environmentally friendly?

    Is your company environmentally friendly?

    When Kipp thinks of the UAE and going green, we can’t help but think of a morbidly obese person and their relentless resolutions to go on diet. Eva Fernandes explains why.

    October 6, 2010 1:40
  • Conserving water

    Conserving water

    Both developed and emerging economies are failing to adequately address the challenge of managing water supplies, according to Arab News. This editorial explains the issues.

    October 5, 2010 2:29
 
  • Banking on misery

    Banking on misery

    Atique Naqvi discovers that there are at least some winners in the last two years' financial turbulance: lawyers, thanks largely to property and employment cases.

    October 3, 2010 3:40
 
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