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Monday, October 9th, 2017


Letter sent to Chancellor

Mackay and TUC in pay plea to Hammond

Derek Mackay

Finance Secretary Derek Mackay joined the trade unions in urging the Chancellor to to provide the resources needed to improve public sector pay

Rare commitments in city market

Garment Factory signs first tenants

The first occupiers have signed up for The Garment Factory…

New CEO at law firm

Graham-Campbell takes helm at Gillespie Macandrew

Scottish Law firm Gillespie Macandrew has announced a new CEO..

Boost for island whisky

Diageo invests £35m to revive ‘cult’ whisky distilleries

Brora distillery

Two of Scotland’s “lost” distilleries, are to be brought back into production …

Branding change at bank

RBS makes way for NatWest at London HQ

Removing RBS logo

Royal Bank of Scotland has removed its name from its London headquarters, replacing it with the NatWest brand…

Hires and promotions

New team takes shape at Anderson Strathern

Anderson Strathern

Anderson Strathern: newly-formed team Scottish legal firm Anderson Strathern has appointed two partners and unveiled a series of internal promotions. Fiona McKinnon moves up to partner level in the commercial real estate practice. Robin Beattie becomes a partner in the rural land and business team.  The firm has also made nine internal solicitor promotions including two senior associates – Ann-Marie Chalmers (Dispute Resolution), Lesley Fitzgerald ( Commercial Real Estate), one new associate – David Coutts (Dispute Resolution – Family Law) – and five new senior solicitors – Kirsty Jamieson (Corporate),Read More

£228m sale meets merger condition

Wood deal sealed as Amec Foster Wheeler sells assets

Robin Watson

Amec Foster Wheeler is selling the majority of its UK North Sea operations to WorleyParsons Europe..

Optimism at 28-month high

Private sector growth remains ‘modest’

Kier workers

Scotland’s private sector output remains modest, with the rate of growth in September unchanged from August. 

Finance chief blames Tories for cuts

Mackay urges Hammond to ‘do the right thing’

Scottish Finance Secretary Derek Mackay will today call on the Chancellor in Westminster to “do the right thing” for public services..