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Rebrand for Scottish brewery experiencing 'Monster' growth

An award winning Scottish brewery has invested a five figure sum in a monster rebrand to match its growth and ambitions for 2016.

Published 10 December 2015

Harper Macleod appointed to advise Scottish Government on New Build Shared Equity Scheme

Scottish law firm Harper Macleod has been appointed by the Scottish Government to help administer the £195 million successor to its hugely popular Help to Buy schemes.

Published 10 December 2015

Psigma poaches Turcan Connell duo for Edinburgh office

Investment management firm Psigma has hired Turcan Connell pair Richard Hyder and David Robertson as investment directors for its Edinburgh office.

Published 10 December 2015

Robertson Group targets profitability and value following record £298m turnover

Robertson Group has reported a record turnover of £298 million and a pre-tax profit of £11.77m as it nears the end of a five-year plan focused on growing sustainable, long term value and profits.

Published 9 December 2015

Scots law firm backs trio of Premiership clubs in sponsorship hat-trick

McEwan Fraser Legal has scored a unique hat-trick by becoming the new sponsor of three Scottish Premiership clubs – Dundee, Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Dundee United.

Published 9 December 2015

Fife a top performer for mini business success, says Experian research

Fife is home to the some of the UK’s best performing micro-businesses based on growth, according to Experian.

Published 9 December 2015

Stagecoach hit by terror effect as sales warning is issued

Perth-based transport giant Stagecoach has cited spooked passengers in the wake of recent terrorist attacks as reason for “modestly” cutting its forecasts for the year running to the end of April.

Published 9 December 2015

RBS introduces emergency measures for people and businesses affected by flooding

Royal Bank of Scotland has introduced a range of measures to support its personal and business customers affected by the serious flooding across much of north west England and southern Scotland and ease the financial strain caused.

Published 9 December 2015

Aberdeen multi-manager head quits

Aberdeen Asset Management’s co-head of multi-manager and former head of multi-manager at Scottish Widows Investment Partnership, Mark Harries, has left the firm.

Published 9 December 2015

UK government awards next Transpennine Express franchise

Rail journeys between Scotland and England will undergo a massive transformation, thanks to a significant package of improvements being delivered in a new franchise deal, the UK government announced today.

Published 9 December 2015

Alistair Darling to be Morgan Stanley director

Former Chancellor of the Exchequer and head of the 'Better Together' campaign, Alistair Darling, is to join investment bank Morgan Stanley’s board of directors.

Published 9 December 2015

Bannatyne provided false evidence for financial gain in divorce battle, judge says

Scottish businessman and TV personality Duncan Bannatyne provided false evidence during a divorce struggle with his former wife, a judge has said.

Published 8 December 2015

November retail sales down despite Black Friday effect

Latest data from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and accountants KPMG have provided bad news for UK retailers after revealing Black Friday sales failed to boost turnover at UK stores during November.

Published 8 December 2015