Scottish Business Briefing - Tuesday 25 September, 2012

Trading of shares in JJB Sports has been suspended

Trading of shares in JJB Sports has been suspended

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SSE creates deputy role as utility unveils management shake-up

SCOTTISH Hydro-owner SSE yesterday unveiled a senior management reshuffle that suggests the emergence of a 
succession plan for longstanding chief executive, Ian Marchant (Scotsman).

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Poor weather and rising costs take the sparkle out of AG Barr profits

ATROCIOUS spring and summer weather had a greater impact than the adverse economic backdrop on soft-drinks group AG Barr’s halftime trading, chief executive Roger White admitted on Monday (Scotsman).

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AAM bullish as rise in value of funds offsets £100m net outflow

Aberdeen Asset Management (AAM) has seen the value of its funds rise, despite suffering net outflows in recent months as a strong recovery in global markets failed to persuade more 
clients to invest their cash (Scotsman).

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Loyal client base helps profits at Hoggs climb by 24%

FOOTWEAR and clothing firm Hoggs of Fife believes it is growing sales and profits because customers from the farming community trust its products (Herald).

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JJB Sports shares suspended as administration looms

Trading of shares in JJB Sports has been suspended as the struggling sports clothes and equipment retailer prepares to call in the administrators (BBC).

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John Clark stays cautious despite record new car sales

John Clark, one of Scotland’s biggest motor dealerships with a string of east coast showrooms, has enjoyed a second year of record profits as car sales took an upswing and the firm continued its expansion drive (Scotsman).

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