Malcolm is something of a Gulf veteran. He first arrived in 1967 when his parents were posted to Bahrain. His first trip to Dubai was in 1972, when he and a few friends swam across the creek, with a rowing abra following close behind with their clothes. Malcolm enjoyed a senior management career with Dow Jones, Capital Intelligence & Reuters, in Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Korea, Cyprus and South Africa, in country and regional management roles. Malcolm has co-hosted the daily 4-hour “Business Breakfast” on Dubai Eye since 2005 and has been awarded “Middle East Breakfast Show of the Year ” award at the international RadioCast awards, as well as the ‘Award for Excellence in Financial Journalism’ at The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales’ M.E. excellence awards.
A report from Bayzat, an HR software, says that there's been a 38% increase in the amount employees are claiming back in fuel charges.
H.E. Ibrahim Al Qassim, Deputy Director General of the UAE Space Agency joined us to explain what it would take for more people to be able to go into space.
A CBRE report says rents have risen by around 20% in Dubai. But what is the reality?
Talking about the economics of Halloween with the General Manager of Spinneys, Tom Harvey. We asked how inflation is affecting the supermarket industry in the UAE.
Dr. Krishna Prasad, President of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers Middle East Chapter explains what the drop in prices & easing of port congestion could mean for our packages and deliveries.