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  • Bahrain F1 race shows flip side of sponsorship

    Bahrain F1 race shows flip side of sponsorship

    Sponsors ploughing money into Formula One have been left squirming after the motor sport's rulers ignored human rights concerns, and went ahead with the Bahrain leg of the race despite continuing anti-government protests and violence.

    April 24, 2012 3:59
  • In Pictures: The Writing's on the Wall

    In Pictures: The Writing's on the Wall

    As Abu Dhabi prepares to host a street art exhibition next month, Kipp looks at the equally loved and vilified art form, and how it’s evolving on our streets.

    April 24, 2012 12:36
  • Formula One here to stay in the Middle East

    Formula One here to stay in the Middle East

    Once they’ve recovered from a Bahrain Grand Prix run against a backdrop of nightly clashes between police and protesters, Formula One teams have many questions to address in the weeks ahead. But one thing’s for certain, they’ll be back.

    April 23, 2012 2:08
 
 
  • Hello Tomorrow? Emirates reaches limits of organic growth strategy

    Hello Tomorrow? Emirates reaches limits of organic growth strategy

    The challenge for Emirates would be to turn around a business with only a minority control and that kind of buy-to-build strategy has failed many says Una Galani.

    April 18, 2012 3:52
  • Who is the tallest of us all?

    Who is the tallest of us all?

    "Dubai's Burj Khalifa to remain tallest tower in the world until 2017" Phew! Five years may not be long, but it is better than nothing.

    April 17, 2012 4:19
  • The Most Expensive Train Journeys in the World

    The Most Expensive Train Journeys in the World

    The Gulf Rail 2012 Exhibition and Conference is taking place at the Dubai World Trade Center until the 19th. Keeping in fashion, Kipp takes a look at some of the world's most expensive train journeys. All aboard. . .

    April 17, 2012 4:06
 
  • RIPPLE EFFECT: Turkish Tourism Feels Brunt Of Arab Spring

    RIPPLE EFFECT: Turkish Tourism Feels Brunt Of Arab Spring

    Thirteen months of unrest in Syria have hurt tourism in neighbouring Turkey, which expects visitor numbers to remain stable in 2012 at more than 30 million, Turkish Tourism Minister Ertugrul Gunay said on Monday. Gunay said his country was keen to promote regional tourism in the aftermath of the Arab Spring.

    April 17, 2012 1:07