Scottish crops at risk without migrant labour, says NFUS

Kier Construction Scotland employs about 200 people. Picture: Chris Biele

Construction group Kier hails ‘exciting’ Scottish workload

Inside Biometrics recently won a Scottish Life Sciences Award for its KEYA device. Picture: Inside Biometrics

Jobs saved after buyer found for Dingwall diabetes outfit

LendingCrowd CEO Stuart Lunn, right, with head of origination Adrian Innes. Picture: Stewart Attwood

P2P lender LendingCrowd targets growth in Scotland


Google strikes $1.1bn deal with smartphone maker HTC


Trust behind lynx plan pledges to insure against attacks


David Alexander: Reconsider tax breaks for short-term lets

Markets Economy

Co-op Group sells final 1% stake in troubled Co-op Bank

Atlantis Resources chief Tim Cornelius. Picture: Jon Savage

Atlantis to seek backing to extend tidal energy project


Bill Jamieson: The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’s talking shop

Bill Jamieson
Loud & Clear director John Carroll in the new store. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Interview: ‘Most Amazing Hi-fi Shop’ to make big noise in Edinburgh

Commuters board a ScotRail service at Falkirk High, on the profitable Glasgow-Edinburgh mainline. Picture: Michael Gillen/JP

Abellio makes £3.5m loss in first year of ScotRail operation

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Damian Green said Westminster was not going to take risks with the UK market.  (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Damian Green tells SNP ‘to get serious’ over Brexit

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The National Theatre of Scotland is joining forces with the Screen Machine to take its shows into remote corners of the country.

Cinema screenings to be staged by National Theatre of Scotland


Martin Lewis: Jingle tills, jingle tills, money all the way


‘Punitive’ land tax sees £1m-plus house sales plummet in Scotland

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Judy Murray’s autobiography in running for sports book of the year

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Market trader. Picture: Daniel Leal-Olivas/Getty Images

Monday market close: Mixed session for currencies and top stocks

Markets Economy
Research suggests workers who stand on the job are twice as likely to have heart disease than workers who sit

Lesley Riddoch: Back-breaking work has returned to Britain

Opinion 46
George Street during the International Festival

Roddy Smith: There’s a lot going on behind the scenes to make Edinburgh festival city of the world


Revealed: Edinburgh £1 coin is ‘rarest and most valuable’

Journalist and TV presenter Sarah Smith was among women who expressed their concern after the BBC's gender pay gap was revealed. Picture: Robert Perry

Scotland ‘fairest in the UK’ but still has £8k gender pay gap

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Sir Tom Hunter said the move was an 'important step forward' for Strathclyde Business School. Picture: John Devlin

Strathclyde Business School unveils founding leaders

iMultiply chief Kirsty Mackenzie with advisory board member George Elliott, left, and chairman John Anderson. Picture: Stewart Attwood

Recruitment specialist iMultiply eyes more takeovers

Jim Duffy says Billions' Bobby Axelrod, played by Damian Lewis, second left, knows the value of a good co-founder. Picture: James Minchin/SHOWTIME

Jim Duffy: Two’s company to help start-ups achieve success


Devin Scobie: Holyrood still has some growing up to do

Management 8

Planning for exit: how can you prepare to sell your start-up?

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Record results for Edinburgh business consultant Arum


Facebook live: what does the future hold for Scotland’s space industry