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Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

 

Car firm switches focus

Vauxhall ends home nations sponsorship

Car manufacturer Vauxhall is terminating its sponsorship of the home nations football teams..


Ofcom lays down new conditions

BBC forced to spend more outside London

BBC Scotland

The BBC will be forced to spend more of its programming budget in Scotland and Northern Ireland under new measures…


11% rise in annual revenue

Investment to follow record Royal Highland Show

Royal Highland Show

Record spending by visitors and exhibitors at the Royal Highland Show helped boost income ..


Strong element of trust

The cloud is best defence against security threats

David Lindores

Security issues surrounding cyber commerce and communication must surely be among the most unsettling in an age in which the world has never been more dependent on instant interconnectivity. Hacking allegations surrounding the US election continue to cause unease; critical infrastructure is in danger of becoming a target; denial of service attacks are becoming increasingly common; and even the defences of high profile names such as Yahoo, LinkedIn and Tesco have been breached. It would be reasonable, in such a climate, to expect that the impact on the cloud-based systemsRead More


Adverse weather has delayed the opening of the Queensferry Crossing until some time between mid-July and the end of August


EU regulators have blocked London Stock Exchange’s £21bn merger with German stock exchange Deutsche Boerse


Investment by financial group

Genpact unveils 300 jobs in Glasgow expansion

Genpact

Global professional services firm Genpact is to create more than 300 jobs in Glasgow over five years …


Deal creates gateway into market

Standard Life moves to bolster Hong Kong presence

Standard Life

Standard Life has taken steps to build its presence in the Hong Kong insurance business…


Media group facing headwinds

Scotsman owner’s £300m loss amid market setbacks

Johnston Press, owner of The Scotsman newspaper, has reported an annual operating loss of £300 million and said..


Dispute over pub name

BrewDog backs down in ‘multinational machine’ row

The Wolf

Mavericks no more? BrewDog has found itself in the unusual position of being described as a corporate bully…