And Finally

And finally...Deutsche Bank ditches pen and ink for corporate contracts

Deutsche Bank is introducing a digital signature to accelerate account openings for its corporate and institutional clients.

Published 27 July 2018

And finally...£50,000 ‘McNugget’ found in Scottish river

A gold nugget – which has been described as one of the biggest ever found in Britain - has been discovered in a Scottish river.

Published 26 July 2018

And finally...Scots friendliest in the UK to retail and hospitality workers

Scottish people are the friendliest in the UK towards retail and hospitality staff, according to new research from business insurer NFU Mutual.

Published 25 July 2018

And finally...Scottish pound note auction stuns lucky seller

An anonymous seller from Inverness has been left “speechless” after a £1 note they submitted for auction to the highest bidder went for £1,700 at McTear’s Auctioneers in Glasgow.

Published 24 July 2018

Edinburgh Fringe becomes the world’s first tap-to-tip festival

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society has partnered with fintech company iZettle to become the world’s first contactless tap-to-tip festival.

Published 23 July 2018

And finally...trusts firm moves permanently to four day week following productivity rise

Published 20 July 2018

And finally...supermarket chain to introduce "quieter hour" for shoppers

Supermarket giant Morrisons are to introduce a 'Quieter Hour' in all of its shops in a move aimed to help customers who struggle with music and the other noise associated with supermarket shopping.

Published 19 July 2018

And finally...rise of the Scottish side-hustle

Fourteen per cent of workers in Scotland say they have a ‘side-hustle’, a second job on the side of their main source of income, according to a new study by Informi, who provide expert advice and guidance for Britain’s SMEs.

Published 18 July 2018

And discord

A woman who won nearly £700,000 from the lottery has announced her first action will be to sue her nephew for his half of the jackpot.

Published 17 July 2018

And finally... if the suit fits

A plumbing company in Japan has branched out into fashion by launching a new line of business suits aimed at blue-collar workers.

Published 16 July 2018

And finally…til debt do us part - bungling PayPal tells customer her death breached its rules

E-payments company Paypal has been forced to apologise after sending a deceased customer who owed them money a bizarre email stating that their death was a violation of its policies.

Published 13 July 2018

And finally…Fiat workers plan strike over monster Ronaldo transfer

Workers at a Fiat Chrysler plant in Italy are to strike after its main investor decided to pay €112m (£99.2m) to sign footballer Cristiano Ronaldo for Juventus.

Published 12 July 2018

And finally...the big siesta

A civil servant in Spain has been banned from holding any public post for nine years after it was found that he managed to get paid €50,000 a yer for a job he didn’t actually go to for more than a decade.

Published 11 July 2018

And finally…call for Scotland’s own Angel of the North to breathe new life into Edinburgh waterfront

Scotland needs its own answer to the Angel of the North to revive Edinburgh’s neglected waterfront, according to a local businessman.

Published 10 July 2018

And finally...devil in the detail

In a rare case of hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia, councillors in Argyll and Bute, Scotland, have voted to adjust the price of cremation by £1 to avoid a rate of £666 which might startle the superstitious.

Published 9 July 2018