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The Business Interview: Ben Thomson of Inverleith LLP

Companies
As the Catalan independence crisis deepens tourism, which is a vital economic input for the entire region, seems little impacted. Picture: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

Catalonia tourism down 15% as images of police violence hit industry

UK
Eggs are officially good for you. Picture: Chaloner Woods/Getty Images

Stephen Jardine: It’s no yolk: Eggs are officially good for us

Opinion 1
Too many children are being exposed to a digital forum riddled with bigotry and prejudice. Photograph: 
iStockphoto/Getty

Euan McColm: Radicalised misogynists go under the radar

Opinion

Oil workers still don’t trust revamped helicopter

Politics

Bill Jamieson: Chancellor relies on Bank’s tender mercies

Opinion
Boiler repairs can be very expensive

James Walker: Check nuts and bolts of home heating cover

Opinion
BBC Scotland's coverage of the Tattoo will be beamed into 54 Canadian cinemas later this month.

Edinburgh Tattoo to stage cinema screenings for the first time

Lifestyle
Royal Bank of Scotland faced police probe over complaint of alleged misconduct.

Police Scotland probe complaint against Royal Bank of Scotland

News 1
1825 is wholly owend by financial giant Standard Life Aberdeen. Picture: Graham Flack

Standard Life Aberdeen offshoot buys Bristol firm

Financial
The Bermuda-headquartered company said the natural disasters are already affecting rates

Hiscox facing $225m claims due to Irma and Harvey

Financial
Stuart Lunn, CEO and co-founder, LendingCrowd. Picture: Stewart Attwood Images

Interview: LendingCrowd chief on competition and collaboration with finance giants

Financial
The view of St Andrew Square from the Harvey Nichols roof terrace.

The transformation of St Andrew Square

Management
The insurance market has begun paying out on the recent hurricanes

Bill from huge US storms adds up for Lloyd’s of London market

Financial

“Betrayal” as Lloyds outsources Scottish Widows staff

News 2

Niall Kennedy: Five myths about ethical investing

Promoted content

Blockchain conference poised for return to Edinburgh

Tech

BoE insists on extra capital buffers amid debt bubble

Financial
Too many children are being exposed to a digital forum riddled with bigotry and prejudice. Photograph: 
iStockphoto/Getty

Euan McColm: Radicalised misogynists go under the radar

Opinion
Students at CodeClan's base in Edinburgh. Graduates of the training academy are increasingly finding work in fintech

CodeClan graduates embrace Scotland’s growing fintech sector

Tech
People are being warned against simple passwords. Picture: THOMAS SAMSON/AFP/Getty Images

Simple passwords putting people at risk of hackers online

News
BBC Scotland headquarters at Pacific Quay in Glasgow. The broadcaster described the new regulatory conditions as 'tough and challenging'. Picture: John Devlin/TSPL

BBC told to meet minimum quota for original and Scottish content

TV & Radio 79

Hemp eyewear designer joins accelerator programme at ECCI

Tech 3

Cyberbullying and trolling to be targeted in government crackdown

News

Small businesses given new guidelines to prevent cyber attacks

News

COMMENT: Scots tech firms must plug into global networks

Tech
Manufacturer Airbus has made changes to the Super Puma since the accident that killed 13 last year

Oil workers still don’t trust revamped helicopter

Politics
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced that she will establish a state-owned not-for-profit energy company to cut the bills of Scottish consumers. Picture: John Devlin

Brian Monteith: Nicola Surgeon’s state energy company will never fly

Opinion 552
Torness power station, one of the two remaining nuclear installations in Scotland. Picture: Gordon Fraser

Insight: Can SNP deliver green energy at a fair price?

Energy 530
The government has announced a cap on poor value standard variable or other default tariffs,  initially until the end of 2020 and possibly until the end of 2023. Picture; PA

Energy price cap ‘could last until 2023’

News

Up to 130 millions barrels of oil found in North Sea

News 260
Shipping shale gas from the United States to Grangemouth creates a bigger carbon footprint than if Scotland produced its own, says Brian Monteith

Brian Monteith: Political survival put before defeating fuel poverty

Opinion 52

Nicola Sturgeon insists new oil hub can help save North Sea

Politics 125

Lancaster oil field near Shetland wins regulatory approval

Energy 24

Renewables produce half of UK energy in ‘greenest’ summer

News 9

Atlantis to seek backing to extend tidal energy project

News 5
Scots cod is heading towards the coveted green eat rating. Picture: Getty Images

Cod and haddock stocks net a better rating in green guide

Environment
Professor Ole Pahl is leading a team of researchers in extracting phosphorus from waste water. Picture: Glasgow Caledonian University

Scottish university aims to recover phosphorus from sewage

Tech 2
Tim McCreath, managing director of Simpsons Malt. Picture: Jim Gibson

Simpsons Malt looking on bright side after dip in earnings

Farming
Merlin has a vast leisure portfolio that includes the Edinburgh Dungeon.  Picture Ian Rutherford

Merlin investors spooked by update

Retail
Adidas is one of many brands stocked by Footasylum

Footasylum looks to step up in market with new stores

Retail
Brewgooder lager is stocked in Asda stores and a number of bars and restaurants. Picture: Contributed

Scots brewer turns craft lager into water for thousands

Retail
Elaenor Coates. Picture: Iain McLean

Monday interview: Eleanor Coates, senior trademark attorney

Retail

Catalonia tourism down 15% as images of police violence hit industry

UK 18
Too many children are being exposed to a digital forum riddled with bigotry and prejudice. Photograph: 
iStockphoto/Getty

Euan McColm: Radicalised misogynists go under the radar

Opinion
BBC Scotland's coverage of the Tattoo will be beamed into 54 Canadian cinemas later this month.

Edinburgh Tattoo to stage cinema screenings for the first time

Lifestyle

Law

Copycat designs coast on the sales of a household name

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Chairman Ian Murgitroyd hailed the firm's long-term prospects. Picture: Peter Devlin

Murgitroyd returning to growth after earnings decline

Law
The legislation could increase the incentives to generate compensation claims. Picture: Contributed

New bill could lead to spike in personal injury claims

Law
Employers need to take a 'proportionate approach' to monitoring their staff, says Eric Gilligan. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Eric Gilligan: Is your employer allowed to spy on you?

Law
Marika Franceschi joins MacRoberts from Shoosmiths. Picture: Contributed

MacRoberts bolsters family law team with new partner

Law