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Back in the year 2000, facebook supremo Mark Zuckerberg was a 16-year-old high school student who captained the fencing team...Today he is the managing director of Dubai Internet City, and Dubai Outsource Zone too...But in 2013, when people can tweet,
Employees have no choice but to desert cars at home or cough up the fines that would be levied upon them if parked in exclusive zones A strange sight greeted those working in Knowledge Village, Dubai Media and Internet City on Sunday morning; the
IT cluster, and Dubai Outsource Zone (DOZ), the world's first freezone dedicated to the outsourcing industry, have announced a growth of 15 percent. A total of 160 new companies registered in the business parks throughout 2012. The continued
Monday declared more than fourfold increase in net profit for 2012 and indicated continued growth in 2013. Net profits surged 488 per cent to Dh1.2 billion in 2012 compared to Dh204 million in 2011 due to an increase in revenues, tighter cost control
Reuters/Joe Penney Saturday, Mar 16, 2013 Dubai: Tecom motorists will have to wait for another month to receive their special parking permits as the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) delays activation of the parking reservation system in the area,
BurgerFuel Worldwide is continuing its Middle Eastern expansion by opening another store in Dubai. The fast food chain and franchisor, which already has a strong presence in the region, has opened its doors to customers at its seventh Dubai
Dubai Industrial City (DIC) attracted 212 new firms during 2012, marking an increase of 82 per cent in the number of new companies that opted to use the various industrial real estate services and facilities on offer by the leading industrial
The UAE-South Korea bilateral trade amounted $22 billion and business relations between the two countries are poised for further growth, according to Fahad Al Gergawi, COE of Foreign Direct Investment Office (FDI) in Dubai.
Middle Eastern customers with links to nations targeted by sanctions, it underlined the growing weight of geopolitics on consumer banking in Dubai. The emirate is known as a freewheeling business center which attracts money from all over the world.
Times of Oman recently, on the sidelines of the Oracle CloudWorld launch in Dubai. Oracle CloudWorld is a series of international roadshows, which made its debut in Dubai a fortnight ago and will subsequently travel to nine other cities. While