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Edinburgh-based Vialex in growth mode

Companies
Left to right: Wendy Davidson, Lisa Thomson and Sara Ferreira of Edinburgh-based Purpose HR. Picture: Stewart Attwood

Capital’s HR Purpose doubling up on growth

Companies
Edrington owns Famous Grouse. Picture: Fraser Band

Edrington looks to sell Cutty Sark and Glenturret as sales rise

Retail
Lord Haughey is the co-founder of City Holdings. Picture: Robert Perry

Lord Haughey named EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2018

Companies

House of Fraser to close stores and slash 6,000 jobs

News 2

The Big Interview: Anneli Ritari-Stewart, MD of iProspect

Media & Leisure

Ruth Davidson vows to protect needs of Scottish farmers post-Brexit

Politics 189

Aerospace giant Airbus threatens to quit UK in event of hard Brexit

Companies 65
Andy McGowan, chief executive of Scottish Pig Producers, said a shortage of bottled gas meant that production at the plant ' which normally handles more than 6,000 pigs a week ' could be halted early next week. Picture: contributed

Scottish pig sector at risk from shortage of CO2

Farming
Banking on the move has been a major factor in the number of branches being shut, with the Royal Bank of Scotland responsible for 350 closures since 2015. Picture: Getty

Gareth Shaw: We’re not ready for a world without bank branches

Opinion 1

Video: how companies can win back trust with data

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ZoneFox has been a key client for Edinburgh Archangels

Edinburgh Archangels syndicate recognised after record year

Financial
Currency traders at Worldwide Currencies Ltd in London's Canary Wharf stand at their desks to cold call during 'power hour'. So-called 'robo-trading' is reducing demand for such practices. Picture: PA

How machine learning is transforming the stock exchange

Financial 1
A customer uses a 'modest comission' Bitcoin vending machine in a CeX store in Glasgow. Picture: John Devlin

Should I invest in bitcoin or has the bubble burst?

Financial 4

Edinburgh’s Archangels syndicate takes top spot

Financial

Do fintech businesses need to worry about Brexit?

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Looking for a career change? How about a job that doesn’t exist yet?

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Gambling gets a makeover with blockchain

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Sir Ian Wood. Picture: Jon Savage

Wood Group launches nuclear fund initiative

News
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Rocketing demand for data science skills by students and firms

Tech
ZoneFox has been a key client for Edinburgh Archangels

Edinburgh Archangels syndicate recognised after record year

Financial
Rebekah Widdowfield is the CEO of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

Rebekah Widdowfield: Enlightened dialogue need to build the world we live in

Opinion 3

TVSquared firm makes growth move to Australia

Business

SnapDragon named top global ‘disruptor’

Tech

How machine learning is transforming the stock exchange

Financial 1

Should I invest in bitcoin or has the bubble burst?

Financial 4
Sir Ian Wood. Picture: Jon Savage

Wood Group launches nuclear fund initiative

News
Wellpro Group founders Scott Fraser (technical director), Jim Thomson (CEO) and Grant Forsyth (operations director). Picture: Contributed

Well intervention start-up drills into Aberdeen

News

Offshore wind supply chain gets a lift thanks to innovation tie-up

News

Revealed: How much petrol stations are ‘overcharging’ drivers at pumps

Energy 3
Paul Wheelhouse MSP.

Paul Wheelhouse: Leading the way into future of money management

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Whitelee Wind Farm, the largest onshore site in the UK. Picture: John Devlin

Lindsay McQuade: Let’s blow away wind farm misconceptions

Opinion 34
The sheltered waters of Cromarty Firth have long been used for refits or as an anchorage when oil prices fall and the need for rigs is diminished. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Unite union calls for ‘state support’ of North Sea oil and gas sector

Energy 2

SSE ordered to pay £1m for sending inaccurate information to customers

News

Angus centre of excellence targets global oil industry

News

MInteg scales new heights as training centre opens

News

SSE assures on divi as profits lose their charge

News
Ruth Davidson was speaking at the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh

Ruth Davidson vows to protect needs of Scottish farmers post-Brexit

Politics 189
Andy McGowan, chief executive of Scottish Pig Producers, said a shortage of bottled gas meant that production at the plant ' which normally handles more than 6,000 pigs a week ' could be halted early next week. Picture: contributed

Scottish pig sector at risk from shortage of CO2

Farming
Aerial photography at Scottish Game Fair July 1st 2017, Scone Palace, Scotland. Copyright Airborne Lens.

Scottish Game Fair 30th anniversary celebrations

Farming
There was accusations of an 'anti-red meat' agenda  (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

Holyrood’s emissions proposals ‘devastating’ for farming

Farming 20
Edrington owns Famous Grouse. Picture: Fraser Band

Edrington looks to sell Cutty Sark and Glenturret as sales rise

Retail
Funeral costs can vary dramatically.

Dundee one of most expensive crematoriums in UK

Retail
Duncans of Deeside MD Paul Duncan with colleagues Monika Sarvajcz (left) and Szilvia Szabo. Picture: Katielee Arrowsmith.

Lidl teams up with family baker to take the biscuit

Retail

The Big Interview: Anneli Ritari-Stewart, MD of iProspect

Media & Leisure
Producer Chris Young is overseeing the project

Inbetweeners producer praised for film and TV school vision for Skye

TV & Radio
Brigid Simmonds, Chief Executive of Scottish Beer and Pub Association.

Brigid Simmonds: Don’t let the taps run dry – pubs are crucial for the economy

Opinion 2
Leonie Bell has been charged with building on Paisley's bid to become UK City of Culture.

Scotland's cultural strategy chief to lead transformation of Paisley

Lifestyle
Thousands of animals will be competing in all manner of classes over the four-day event. Picture: SWNS

Royal Highland Show 2018: Everything you need to know

Travel 1

Lesley MacLeod: Don’t bet the house on faults being fixed quickly

Opinion 1
Cosmetic chain Lush has come under fire for its latest advertising campaign

Lush faces backlash over ‘distasteful’ Paid to Lie ad campaign

News 4
Giving young people the skills to move into work, training or education will help keep them out of the criminal justice system.

Amelia Morgan: We must recognise that people can change – not just lock them up in jail

Opinion 1
When young athletes burst into the public eye, they have an opportunity to capitalise on their hard work. Picture: Shutterstock

Scottish sporting starlets need a lesson in law from Usain Bolt

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