Here are the top stories on Dubai Chronicle on March 11th, 2013. To read the complete articles, click on the bolded headlines.
Emirati graduates prefer to be employed in the public sector instead in the private one. In addition, not many of them would like to work in international companies. [...]
On Monday, oil prices edged down in respond to the positive US employment data released last Friday.
Last week, silver contracts finished the trading sessions with close prices on the positive break-even side. On Friday the white metal ran higher. [...]
This Monday in European trading time gold futures climbed higher. The contacts went further off two-week low recorded the last session. [...]
Various predictions were made at the 2013 SXSW (South by Southwest) event in Austin, Texas. [...]
More and more Samsung Galaxy S4 rumours emerge on the web. As the launch of the hotly anticipated gets closer, a constant new information is leaked and discussed at large.
You may not realize it, but your social media profiles reveal too much about you.
During the Art Week this March, Dubai residents and visitors will be able to experience contemporary art, museum shows and gallery and artists’ exhibitions at Art Dubai, the largest art fair in the region. Over the last six years, Art Dubai has become an essential to art communities in the Middle East, South Asia and [...]
The UAE bourses emerged as the star performers in the Arab world in the first few weeks of 2013, with the markets of Abu Dhabi and Dubai gaining more than $4 billion to offset a decline in most other regional exchanges.
Most brides do not wear watches, but elegant bridal watches are so irresistible accessories… Have you already done the shopping for your wedding day? If not yet, hang on for a while. Two events huge bridal fairs are scheduled for the coming months – Bride Dubai in April and The Bridal Affair by the end [...]