Companies

Companies

Scots airline pilots have sexiest voices, survey finds

Odd
Two bedroom flats in the New Town and West End have shot up by more than a quarter.

Edinburgh city centre flats rocket in value, report says

Companies 9

‘Flash freeze’ causes Glasgow Airport to grind to a halt

Transport

Ryanair pilots to go on strike five days before Christmas

News

Commercial property: Edinburgh rent rises create disputes

Companies

Scottish building organisation request change at training body

Companies

Sparrows swoops on Danish specialist

News

John McLellan: Viewers should prepare for more Auntie Beeb

Opinion 2
Olly Dmitriev founded Edinburgh-based Vert Rotors in 2013. Picture: Contributed

Vert Rotors scales up with new industrial compressor

Companies
Saltire flag

Bill Jamieson: Investors put trust in Scotland’s canniness

Opinion
The FCA has defended its handling of a RBS report (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Financial watchdog defends handling of RBS small businesses report

Financial
Richard Leonard wants RBS closures halted

Richard Leonard in Holyrood motion to halt RBS closures

Politics 41

What you can do if your local RBS is closing

Financial

Scots firms lend weight to sustainability trust

Financial

Full list of Bank of Scotland branches closing in Scotland

Financial 5

Philip Hammond accused of RBS fire sale to pay for Brexit

Politics
Codeclan is among the companies getting more women involved in coding.

Laura Westring: Software industry tackles gender gap

Opinion 1
Codeclan is among the companies getting more women involved in coding.

Former IBM vice president to take reins at CodeClan

Tech
T2, the criticially acclaimed sequel to Trainspotting, was among the biggest film productions in Scotland in recent years. Picture: Contributed

Screen unit aims to double the value of film production in Scotland

TV & Radio 1
The fintech revolution may disrupt jobs but opportunities lie ahead.

Science fiction turns science fact in 21st century

Opinion

Street in North Lanarkshire is home to Britain’s fastest broadband speeds

Tech 2

How Govan became a hub for life sciences in Scotland

Tech 1

Bill Jamieson: Reports of the High Street’s death are exaggerated

Opinion 4

4G network coverage expands across Highlands and Islands

Tech
Sparrows Group announces acquisition of wind energy specialist Alpha Offshore Service

Sparrows Group has cemented its position in the renewables sector with the acquisition of Danish wind energy specialist Alpha Offshore Service A/S.

Already a supplier of capital equipment to the wind energy industry, the deal significantly strengthens the groups operations and maintenance capabilities in the sector.

Alpha Offshore provides engineering personnel and inspection services to the energy industry, specialising in the delivery of operations and maintenance, and supervisory and commissioning services to onshore and offshore wind developments.

The company will continue to be run under the same management as a separate entity within the Sparrows Group, ensuring operational consistency whilst also providing them with access to a wider pool of expertise and resources.

Sparrows swoops on Danish specialist

News
A bright future for the North Sea is predicted. Picture: Ivar Langvik

New player seen as vote of confidence in North Sea future

News 3

Ineos North Sea oil and gas pipeline to be shut for repairs

Energy 34

Shell predict healthy future for North Sea oil into 2030s

Energy 25
Torness in East Lothian is one of two remaining operational nuclear power stations in Scotland. Picture: Phil Wilkinson

Nuclear power ‘contributed £1bn’ to Scottish economy in 2016

Energy 31
A bright future for the North Sea is predicted. Picture: Ivar Langvik

Worker dies after falling ill on North Sea oil platform

News

Confidence among North Sea players stages turnaround

News 2

£17bn to be spent on North Sea decommissioning by 2025

Energy 2

Murdo Maclean: Keeping electricity flow as UK leaves EU

News

Scottish Gas owner Centrica suffers biggest shares crash

News
The pelagic vessel, Grateful  taken by David Linkie

Ian Gatt: Feeding the world with fish in a sustainable industry

Opinion 1
Anne Gray, Senior Policy Officer (Land Use & Environment) at Scottish Land & Estates

Anne Gray: No Brexit deal is worst scenario for our farmers

Opinion
Philip Gane is Capital Projects Manager at the James Hutton Institute in Dundee.

Philip Gane: Planting the seed of inner-city farming

Opinion
The Moray Firth. Picture: Dave Conner

Elderly fisherman claims sewage in Moray Firth wrecked catch

News
Authorities are warning people about a Government grant scam Picture: John Devlin

Warnings issued over fake Government grant scam

UK
Bevis Watts, managing director of Triodos Bank UK.

Triodos Bank hails ‘most ethical Christmas ever’

Retail
Hard work is paying off for general manager Valerie Adam and owner Eric Soave. Photograph: Julie Howden

Gateway helps Soave’s Ice Cream scoop new deals

Retail

John McLellan: Viewers should prepare for more Auntie Beeb

Opinion 2
T2, the criticially acclaimed sequel to Trainspotting, was among the biggest film productions in Scotland in recent years. Picture: Contributed

Screen unit aims to double the value of film production in Scotland

TV & Radio 1
A 16.8 million overhaul of the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh was due for completion in 2018.

National Gallery revamp going over budget despite being cut back

Lifestyle

How one little case led to a massive court row

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Legal Review: Challenging times for renewable energy firms

News

Legal Review: A land of opportunity

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Legal Review: Protection of intellectual properties is key

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