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A new exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art is shocking and thought-provoking. Pauline Taylor casts an eye over NOW… Click on the link to read the review:

Club's change of approach

Rangers in no rush to hire director of football

Dave King video

Rangers have changed tack in their search for a director of football, with the club no longer regarding the appointment as a priority. The Ibrox outfit had originally been keen to fill the newly-created position as a matter of urgency following the change to the football management structure in the wake of Mark Warburton’s departure. However, the recent arrival of new boss Pedro Caixinha has signalled a change in approach, according to chairman Dave King. “Initially when we were looking at the changes, ideally we’d have liked that done beforeRead More

Technology sector is target market

One Lochrin Square opens for business

One Lochrin Square

Guests last night attended a launch party at one of Edinburgh’s swankiest new office addresses…

Promotion for accountant

Alexander steps up to FD at Buccleuch

Jon Alexander

Buccleuch has promoted group tax and treasury manager Jon Alexander to finance director. Mr Alexander, 42, has been with the company since 2004 and he now takes charge of the finance teams working across Buccleuch’s head office and its estates. His new role will see him work closely with the Buccleuch board and other senior management. An alumnus of the University of St Andrews, Jon started his career within the corporate tax department of Arthur Andersen before establishing an in house tax department with international ship management company, V-Ships. He qualified as aRead More

BT shares fall

Money back plan for poor broadband service

BT shares fell after the telecoms regulator issued further proposals to tackle poor service by broadband suppliers..

Several parties express interest

Co-op Bank assessing several takeover offers


Co-operative Bank said it has received a number of expressions of interest ..

World-class field at Dundonald Links

Strong home line-up for AAM Scottish Open

Russell Knox

This year’s Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open will boast one of its strongest home line-ups as a world-class field battles it out for golfing glory at Dundonald Links. The European Tour has confirmed that world No. 21 Russell Knox, Scotland’s highest ranked player, will be joined by 1999 Open champion Paul Lawrie, Stephen Gallacher, Marc Warren, Richie Ramsay and David Drysdale for the tournament the week before the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale in July. The Scots will all tee it up at the biggest Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish OpenRead More

Improvement needed against Slovenia

Strachan looking for salvation from Slovenia

Gordon Strachan

Scotland may have faced the team ranked 117th in the world at Easter Road but for under-fire manager Gordon Strachan the friendly with Canada was always going to be a lose-lose situation. A thumping win over the minnows would have seen everyone claiming that was expected; a demoralising defeat would have had the critics baying for blood just days before a do-or-die World Cup qualifier against Slovenia at Hampden Park. A full-strength team runs the risk of injuries to key players, while an experimental line-up can bring its own on-fieldRead More

Move made ahead of market change

AWB and NWG unite in water services JV

Tony Donnelly

Anglian Water Business (AWB) and NWG Business (NWGB) have teamed up to create Wave, a retailer of water and wastewater services ..

Benefits of Stocktrade deal

Return to profit for Alliance Trust Savings

Alliance Trust

Alliance Trust Savings (ATS) returned to profitability, delivering an uplift on continuing business ..