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Monday, July 24th, 2017


As former captain declared bankrupt...

Rangers set to escape further EBT action


Rangers are unlikely to be stripped of any titles won during the ..

As I See It

Too much froth in Laird’s pensions fury

Raising the state pension age and bringing the date forward was never going to be popular. But has Labour over-reacted, asks Terry Murden

PR agency adds to team

Staff numbers boosted at Muckle Media

Sujarda Herring

Muckle Media has made made a number of senior appointments to its operations Edinburgh…

Amid promise of price cuts..

Ryanair warns it may cut flights over EU deal

Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary has issued a new warning over the Brexit talks..

ESpark founder joins team of advisers

Duffy launches Moonshot for scale-up companies

Jim Duffy

Three renowned figures from the start-up sector have launched an accelerator scheme to help companies wanting to scale-up their businesses.

Judges to deliver verdict

Alcohol pricing battle returns to court

The Glenrothes single malt whisky

Scotch whisky producers take their case against the SNP’s plans to hike the price of alcohol to the high court this week..

Billings touch £20 million

Morton Fraser sees slight income rise

Chris Harte

Law firm Morton Fraser has seen a marginal rise in income in line with inflation..

Increased passenger numbers

Record traffic through Highlands airports


Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd (HIAL) has reported a record-breaking rise in passenger numbers at its 11 bases…

Construction sector reverses positive trend

Confidence slips on worries over new work

Queensferry Crossing

Building companies are concerned that no new work will be available to fill the gap left by the completion of major projects