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Tuesday, April 11th, 2017


Exclusive: Chain linked to fund raising

Retailer Quiz looking at stock market IPO

Glasgow-based Quiz Clothing has held talks with City institutions over a new capital raising exercise, Daily Business understands…

Banker to make rare appearance

Goodwin due in court over RBS cash call claim

Fred Goodwin

Former Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Fred Goodwin and two of his board colleagues are due to appear in court in early June..

Firms fear going to wall

SMEs owed almost £45bn in late payments

Ken Lewandowski

Britain’s SMEs are owed an estimated £44.6 billion in late payments…

Player hurt in coach blast

Dortmund football club bus hit by explosions

One player was injured when three explosions hit a bus carrying the Borussia Dortmund football team to a home European Champions League match…

UK and Scots ministers meet

Clark unveils £29m funding for research at Roslin

Greg Clark

Business Secretary Greg Clark today announced a £29 million funding package to support research..

Further expansion for capital business

Scottish testing company Exova acquires US firm


Exova Group, the Edinburgh-based testing company, has acquired a company in America..

Funds from lottery winners

Partick Thistle to build £4million training ground

Partick Thistle

Partick Thistle Football Club is to receive £3.8million funding to build its first dedicated training ground. The money will come from Colin and Christine Weir, the Ayrshire couple who scooped Europe’s biggest-ever lotto win of £161m in 2011. Victory over Motherwell at the weekend saw the Jags secure a top-six finish in the Scottish Premiership and managing director Ian Maxwell said: “It is an amazing thing to be able to announce and I don’t think the club will truly understand the difference it is going to make until we areRead More


Learn to let go – and become a better leader

Michael Anderson

Michael Anderson is an American writer and speaker on leadership and has been in Scotland offering his thoughts on becoming a better leader by learning to let go of problems. Full story here:

New milestone for airport

Edinburgh hits Scots record for March flyers

Edinburgh airport

Edinburgh Airport has experienced the busiest March for a Scottish airport, according to new data.

Tuesday’s business and political headlines

DB mag and mobile

Daily Business has footage of the passenger being dragged from his seat and the latest comments from the airline… + another fashion chain is in trouble…there is news on Tiso‘s contribution to JD Sports…and there are plans to extend the Borders Railway … Here is today’s news and catch up… + Customer service: The CEO of an airline whose security guards dragged a passenger from his seat recently won a top communications award + what the airline said about the incident + Inflation: The latest data on prices, the costRead More