|Owner||Galadari Brothers Group
Suhail Galadari (director)
|Publisher||Galadari Printing and Publishing|
|Founded||16 April 1978|
|Sister newspapers||Classified; Wknd Magazine.|
The broadsheet comprises the general news section, the business pages and a lively sports section. Khaleej Times is not audited and it is believed to print around 80,000 copies, making it one of the most popular English Language newspapers in the Gulf. Additionally, it covers Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia through a dedicated distribution network. The newspaper also consists of Special Reports and Supplements which allow for community advertisements and other services.
Additional publications 
The Classified is a separate tabloid of 28 to 32 pages published daily along with the Khaleej Times main paper. It carries local advertisements about cars, real estate, recruitment, educational services and matrimonial announcements.
Wknd Magazine, is published on Fridays along with the broadsheet, discusses a range of topics that are of interest to men, women and children. Stories are balanced between topics and themes of local interest and international relevance.
Khaleej Times Online is the global face of the newspaper on the internet. The online version offers additional stories and exclusives not found in its print paper.
- "Shining through". Khaleej Times Magazine. 19 October 2012. Retrieved 8 November 2012. "...welcomed warmly by Suhail Abdul Latif Galadari, Director of Galadari Brothers..."
- Reinisch, Lisa. "Environmental Journalism in the UAE". Arab Media Society. Retrieved 16 April 2013.
- Peyman, Pejman (18 November 2009). "English newspapers in the United Arab Emirates: Navigating the crowded market". Arab Media & Society. Retrieved 3 November 2012.
- "New chairman for Khaleej Times". TradeArabia. 22 September 2008. Retrieved 3 November 2012.
- "Dubai takes 30% stake in Galadari group". Gulf News. 13 October 2006. Retrieved 8 November 2012. "... family-owned group in the emirate that publishes the Khaleej Times..."
- Hope, Bradley (7 September 2008). "The 30-year-old Khaleej Times is on a recruiting drive". The National. Retrieved 3 November 2012.
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