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Thursday, January 11th, 2018


Project to complete in 2019

£40m research hub plan for Glasgow

Glasgow uni

Glasgow University has lodged outline plans for a £40 million research hub at its Gilmorehill campus.

Sturgeon unhappy at slow progress

Firms accused of dithering on gender balance

Sturgeon defiant

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon tonight demanded Scottish businesses speed up the appointment of more women to their boards amid alarming signs that..

Producers and consumers targeted

May pledges clampdown on ‘needless’ plastic waste

Prime Minister Theresa May today launched her government’s green credentials with confirmation of plans to tackle plastic waste and pollution.

Another double-digit growth year

Pensions boosted by freedoms and auto-enrolment

pension pot 2

Pension freedoms and auto-enrolment have helped funds shrug off political and global uncertainties to end another year with double-digit growth.

Legal Matters: Paid leave

Entitlement to paid leave is work in progress

Holiday pay

Top earners

FTSE salaries no match for sports stars

Lionel Messi

Bank supports deal

Bremner leads MBO at Intelligent Capital

A Scottish chartered financial planning company has completed a management buy out

Rowe admits to 'mixed quarter'

M&S takes food hit from supermarket rivals

Marks & Spencer

Marks & Spencer showed the impact of premium food lines offered by supermarket rivals as its third quarter food sales fell.

As I See It

At last there is a plan to tackle plastic problem

Terry smiling

Who would have thought a humble cauliflower would cause such a furore? At last Britain is taking plastic waste seriously…