Terry Murden, Editor
As I See It
Weekend Comment: Standard Life Aberdeen’s decision to sell most of its insurance business marks a historic and seismic change in Scotland’s financial services sector that should not be underestimated.
Six Nations Championship
Scotland survived a wave of England attacks in the dying minutes of a scintillating contest to secure their first victory over their oldest opponents for 10 years.
As Tusk warns Prime Minister
Lib Dem leader Vince Cable is urging the SNP to commit to supporting a second referendum on the final Brexit deal as the EU issues a new warning to Prime Minister Theresa May..
Collaboration 'key' to scheme
Potential investors were told today that a £25m fund would help turn Stirling into a digital hub.
Company focusing on investment...
Standard Life Aberdeen has announced it is selling its insurance business in a £3 billion deal that will confirm long-held plans for it to focus on asset management.
Campaigners want change
Royal Bank of Scotland has announced a return to profitability amid growing demands to reverse its branch closures
Wall Street panics over comment
TV celebrity Kylie Jenner caused a meltdown in a social media company’s shares yesterday after making comments about it on Twitter.
Busiest year for attraction
The Real Mary King’s Close, a visitor attraction on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile, has marked its busiest year since opening 15 years ago.
Tech media breakthrough
Beattie, the communications agency, has launched what it claims is a world first for a radio show
Agency staff moves
PR agency Smarts Communicate has announced a number of appointments and promotions in its Scottish business.