And Finally

And finally...soup queen Baxter puts million pound mansion up for sale

The nine-bedroom mansion owned by Scottish soup queen Audrey Baxter has been put on the market for nearly £1 million.

Published 12 November 2018

And finally...Legion brings contactless donations to fundraising pub quizzes

Ahead of Armistice Day on Sunday, the Royal British Legion has introduced a new fundraising tool, a pub quiz pack that includes joker contactless donation cards that let players make donations.

Published 9 November 2018

And hit £38m jackpot after North Sea investment

A builder and his wife who invested in a North Sea oil firm when its shares were worth pennies have seen them soar so high that they have now hit a £38 million jackpot.

Published 8 November 2018

And finally...Start-up entrepreneurs offered ‘privacy pod’ to de-stress at work

A Scottish company specialising in creating spaces that help people work more productively is launching a competition to win a stress-free residency in its Glasgow office.

Published 7 November 2018

And finally...Bitcoin takes three times more energy to mine than actual gold

Mining cryptocurrency takes nearly twice as much energy than mining gold, platinum, and copper, according to new newly published research.

Published 6 November 2018

And finally...Sweden to establish national e-currency

Sweden's central bank has announced plans to build a technical framework for the issuance of a new electronic currency.

Published 5 November 2018

And's first miaowing debit card

Published 2 November 2018

And finally…Elm Street provides Halloween nightmare for homeowners

It really is a nightmare to own a home on Elm Street as more than half (54 per cent) of the 79 Elm Streets in the UK have had no property sales since last Halloween, according to new research.

Published 1 November 2018

And finally...playing football scores £1.25bn for Scotland's economy

Participation in grassroots football delivers more than £1 billion of positive value to Scottish society and its economy, according to a new European study published this week.

Published 31 October 2018

And finally...'vast majority of banks will be obsolete by 2030'

Three quarters of financial firms will either go out of business or be rendered irrelevant by new competition, changing customer behaviour and advancements in technology within 12 years, according to forecasts published in a new report produced by analysts at Gartner.

Published 30 October 2018

And finally...Hammond to announce new 50p Brexit coin

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond is today expected to announce the creation of a new 50 pence coin to commemorate Brexit during his Budget announcement in the House of Commons this afternoon.

Published 29 October 2018

And finally...AI artwork sells for $432,500 — nearly 45 times its estimate

A work of art created by an algorithm has been sold at auction for $432,000 (£337,000), nearly 45 times its high estimate.

Published 26 October 2018

And finally...UK consumers break record for most borrowed on cards in a single month

The record for the most spent by UK shoppers using credit cards in a single month was broken last month, new industry figures have revealed.

Published 25 October 2018

And finally...Microsoft teams with bank to create facial recognition ATM

Global technology giant Mircrosoft has joined forces with National Australia Bank to develop an ATM machine that uses AI technology and facial recognition instead of cards or even a phone or finger pint analysis.

Published 24 October 2018

And finally...more than a third of millennials scared to check bank account

More than a third of millennials (37 per cent) are suffering from FOFO (Fear of Finding Out), meaning they are consistently nervous of checking their bank balance, new research from Barclays has revealed.

Published 23 October 2018