Business

Business

Health tech start-up snap40 gets £1m shot in the arm

Tech
Power One Group was founded by chief executive Mark Ward. Picture: Stewart Attwood

Paisley power and lighting firm sees turnover surge

Companies
Analysts expect RBS to report more heavy losses. Picture: John Devlin

RBS to put brave face on multi-billion pound loss

Financial

On the move: Latest appointments and promotions

Management

Eric Gilligan: UK workers’ rights on the line

Law

Nurturing the next generation of entrepreneurs

Companies

Video: what is crowdlending?

News
John Anderson will chair the investment arm of Homes for Good. Picture: Contributed

Enterprise guru joins board of social letting agency

Management

Scott Reid: Spring Budget to be the calm before the storm

Scott Reid
Power One Group was founded by chief executive Mark Ward. Picture: Stewart Attwood

Paisley power and lighting firm sees turnover surge

Companies
snap40's device straps to a patient's arm and monitors their vital signs in real time. Picture: Contributed

Health tech start-up snap40 gets £1m shot in the arm

Tech
The UK government has vowed to tackle 'shocking' discrimination against mothers. Picture: Craig Stephen

Eric Gilligan: UK workers’ rights on the line

Law 3

Lettuce consider the real food crisis facing us all

Farming

Nurturing the next generation of entrepreneurs

Companies

Monday interview: Assure APM chief executive Doug More

Tech

Nick Freer: Running to keep ahead in the tech marathon

Tech

Closing gender pay gap ‘worth £6.5bn’ for Scotland

In Full 1

Current £1 coins won't be worthless in October, Treasury reassures public

News 6
Helen Murdoch becomes the first chairperson of housing data specialist HouseMark Scotland. Picture: Contributed

On the move: Latest appointments and promotions

Management
John Anderson will chair the investment arm of Homes for Good. Picture: Contributed

Enterprise guru joins board of social letting agency

Management
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has said a transitional scheme in Scotland would not be appropriate as it would result in smaller businesses funding reductions. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

SNP warned last year about “severe” impact of rates hikes

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From left: SWiB vice-president Teresa Jackson, president Laura McKinnon and awards ceremony host 
Alison Walker. Picture: Elaine Livingstone

Call for nominations to celebrate female achievement

Management

Merchant City to be Glasgow’s second innovation district

Tech

Anna Chambers: Home working can provide competitive edge

Management

Juliet Rogan: Find your feet before scaling up

Management

Nick Freer: Networking essential to internationalisation

Management