February 2015

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EDITORIAL

Riddle me this


LEADERS

Questionable ethics

The ongoing talent war in Middle East consulting requires ethics, not just aggression

Tsu-Naameh

Lebanon is facing a flood of garbage unless it commits to a solution

Dear Ms. X

In search of the person who can answer the most basic questions about Lebanon’s communications infrastructure

COVER STORY

Strategy & war


ECONOMICS & POLICY

Playing to your strengths

Lebanon’s ICT industry could compete on a global scale … if only the pace of reform picked up

Big fish, small pond

ICT hardware companies are stomaching short term problems as they look to long term gains

Israel’s cold shoulder

Israel is requested to pay Lebanon $856 million for oil spill damages inflicted during the July War

The dirt beneath the stretcher

Sweeping medical waste under the carpet is no longer an option

No rest for the weary

Syrian refugees are subjected to increasingly tight controls in Lebanon

Running on empty

The World Food Program’s Syrian response is faltering

BUSINESS

Raise your spirits

Despite tough economic times, Lebanese can still be counted on to enjoy drinks

Automating the future

Technica, a robotics manufacturer, expands its factory and begins succession planning

REAL ESTATE

(De)sign of the times

Has Mar Mikhael’s rejuvenation spelled its downfall?

Achour-ed success

The Eden Rock Resort is moving closer to becoming a reality, but still faces a few hurdles

The coast of progress

Gridlock persists over the development of Dalieh

LAST WORD

Our small, dependent economy

Lebanon remains hooked on help from abroad

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