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Tuesday, December 5th, 2017


Champions League

Below-par Celtic remain in Europe despite defeat

Moussa Dembele

It was mission accomplished for Celtic as they achieved their goal of qualifying for the Europa League but they did so after yet another Champions League defeat.

Aim is to speed up system

Planning bill raises questions over local power


New legislation to simplify and speed-up the planning system has been published and includes controversial moves to limit local control.

A cost-effective option to promote your firm

DB direct final 2 logo

DBdirect is a service for companies to promote their products and services, offer assets for sale, or to celebrate an award directly via the Daily Business website.

Public sector contract

Business Stream to tackle waste water issue

Business Stream has been awarded a contract to help save up to £20m by tackling leakages and other sources of waste water ..

Broker expects expansion

Bruce Stevenson eyeing further growth

Edward Bruce and Andrew Adam

Insurance broker Bruce Stevenson is pursuing potential acquisitions following a year of rising income and headcount..

Pair join law firm

Kemp and Phillips boost for Burness Paull

Robert Phillips and Sandy Kemp

Scottish legal firm Burness Paull has hired a top employment lawyer for its Aberdeen office.

Homes and shops planned

Community plan for Tullis Russell mill site

A plan has been unveiled to build 850 homes, business units and other commercial facilities on the Tullis Russell Paper Mill site in Fife.

Cineworld is buying US cinema operator Regal Entertainment Group in a £2.7 billion cash deal

The deal gives UK-based Cineworld more scale to fight growing competition from Netflix, Apple and other digital outlets.  

Exceptional growth for software firm

FreeAgent hiring ahead of digital tax surge

Ed Molyneux

Accounting software company FreeAgent has increased its staff by more than 20% in anticipation of demand growing

Company has £50m for acquisitions

Iomart declares maiden interim dividend

Angus MacSween 2

Updated 11.30am: Growth in revenue has enabled Scottish cloud computing firm Iomart to declare a maiden interim dividend.