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Emirates Insolaire installs coloured solar panels in Switzerland
The entire installation, worth Dh850,000, is capable of generating sufficient electric power annually for two families of four people each.
Damac-Paramount luxury project launched
New property to cater to ‘huge demand’ for stylish and luxury living: Damac CEO
Dubai keen to woo German tourists
The main objective of the trip was to offer the participating agents a first-hand experience of Dubai and its offerings during the summer, ultimately resulting in increased sales.
India’s Celkon opens first manufacturing facility
The unit, spread over 30,000sqft, is presently equipped with four assembly lines and has a capacity of 200,000 units a month.
BlackBerry wants to remain No.1 in EMM
As explained by BlackBerry, enterprises will need to move from short-term management solutions and adopt a comprehensive EMM solution.
Atos opens global delivery centre
The European firm, which has 86,000-strong workforce in 66 countries, has already hired 300 IT professionals and will recruit 700 more in the next few months to manage the operations in the tier-2 city.
Apple Watch lands in more markets
Eager South Korean consumers braved the onset of monsoon rains and concerns over a MERS outbreak, which has killed 31 people, to form long queues outside stores selling the Apple Watch wearable device.
Boeing plans to further slow 747 jet production
Boeing, the world’s largest plane maker, is currently building 747s at a rate of 1.5 a month and had already announced plans to reduce the rate to 1.3 a month from September.
Boeing picks Muilenburg as new CEO
Muilenburg, 51, will succeed 65-year-old Jim McNerney, who picked Muilenburg as heir apparent in 2013.
Etisalat share rally continues
Trading was brisk all throughout the trading session as investors were tumbling over each other in booking orders, in anticipation of huge financial gains to be made in the scrip.
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