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Wednesday, July 12th, 2017

 

As I See It

Jobs data and discovering the real economy

Comment on the latest economic data to defy expectations + the lessons on New Waverley


Games companies battling regulator

FanDuel in fight to keep merger on track

Nigel Eccles

Daily fantasy sports companies DraftKings and FanDuel insist their planned merger remains on track…


Zycinski quits station

BBC radio head quits as changes planned

BBC Scotland

BBC Radio Scotland chief Jeff Zycinski is to leave the station…


Wimbledon Men's Quarter Finals

Murray and Djokovic out through injury

Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic bowed out of Wimbledon…


UK Government relocates staff

Biggest office deal in 20 years for 2,900 civil servants

Almost 3,000 civil servants for the UK Government will move into new offices being built in the heart of Edinburgh..


McEwan says it is 'price to pay' to repair bank

RBS hit with £4.2 billion fine for mis-selling in US

Ross McEwan

Royal Bank of Scotland today reached a key milestone in settling damaging legacy issues


Comms agency expanding

Team moves at Charlotte Street Partners

David Gaffney

Charlotte Street Partners, the communications agency, has announced two additions to its team and three promotions…


New chairman for drinks firm

Gillies to succeed Murray at Edrington

Edrington, the drinks company, has announced a new chairman..


19,000 fall in jobless total

Scottish unemployment cut to record low

Scotland’s unemployment rate fell by 19,000 to a record low..


London writer for website

Steiner joins growing Daily Business team

Daily Business has further bolstered its position as Scotland’s leading online business-led news service with a further addition to the team. Former Daily Mail chief business correspondent Rupert Steiner (pictured) will be contributing to Daily Business from London. Rupert, who also worked for The Sunday Times in London and Scotland, joins Rab McNeil, Paul Kiddie and Pauline Taylor at Daily Business which had 168,000 page views over the last quarter. Other contributors include the commentator Brian Monteith, investments writers Alan Steel and Niels Footman and personal finance writer Lindsey Rogerson.Read More