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Scottish Business Briefing - Monday July 2, 2012

Wood Group is creating 150 jobs

Wood Group is creating 150 jobs

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ENERGY & UTILITIES

Staff pick up £90m windfall after Wood Mackenzie seals £1.1bn takeover

WOOD Mackenzie, the Edinburgh-based energy, mining and metals research group, has changed hands in a £1.1 billion deal that will trigger multi-million pound windfalls for its top management (Scotsman).

Aberdeen boost as Wood Group creates 150 oilfield services jobs

ENERGY services heavyweight Wood Group is creating 150 jobs at its Production Services Network (PSN) division in Aberdeen as it gears up to grab a share of the £30 billion oil and gas decommissioning market (Scotsman).

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BANKING & INVESTMENTS

Aberdeen Asset Management opens New York office

Aberdeen Asset Management is opening an office in New York this month as it steps up a push to expand its US client base alongside a drive into the UK retail market (Herald).

Read all today’s banking news from scotsman.com

ECONOMICS

UK construction gloom adds to pressure on Bank to restart QE

BRITAIN’S construction sector has dealt another blow to hopes of a swift return to economic growth, as the latest purchasing managers’ index (PMI) reveals activity fell sharply in June (Scotsman).

Read all today’s economics news from scotsman.com

FOOD, DRINK & AGRICULTURE

Far Eastern delight allows distiller to weather eurozone sales slump

Famous Grouse maker Edrington yesterday revealed that the benefits of soaring demand for Scotch in emerging markets were nearly wiped out by falling sales in Greece, Portugal and Spain as the eurozone debt crisis squeezed consumer spending (Scotsman).

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TECHNOLOGY

Troubled heart valve firm AorTech for sale

AORTECH, the heart valve developer that once employed 200 people in Lanarkshire, has put itself up for sale after admitting it is running out of cash (Herald).

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