Tuesday, February 6th, 2018
Helping business to grow
Cooper Software, the fife-based ERP systems integration specialist, has appointed former Deloitte partner, Mike McGregor, as a non-executive director with immediate effect. Since joining Deloitte in 1994, Mr McGregor has advised some of Scotland’s high growth, owner managed and private equity-backed businesses. He is also a non-executive director of software company Particle Analytics and has been a non-executive director of the Scottish Institute for Enterprise since 2009. Commenting on Mr McGregor’s appointment, Cooper Software’s chairman, George Elliott, said: “We believe he will offer much added value to our strategicRead More
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With a worldwide push towards eco-friendly methods and environmentally-sound processes, the interest in switching to organic farming should be growing — but is it?
As I See It
After the former Carillion executives were described as ‘delusional’ it is surely time for a more thorough review of how big businesses conduct themselves.
Closures to be reviewed
RBS has thrown a temporary lifeline to a number of bank branches scheduled to close across Scotland.
Expansion planned by retailer
Convenience store chain Scotfresh has appointed an experienced industry executive as managing director.
Exports planned to Asia
Scottish craft brewer, BrewDog, has firmed up its plans to open a brewery in Australia and has chosen a riverside location in Brisbane’s Murarrie area.
Edinburgh University has announced that it will complete its transition out of fossil fuel investments within three years.
Cochrane 'truly sorry' for firm's failure
Former Carillion executives were today accused of being “delusional characters”
Search leads to ex-Ibrox boss
Former Scotland and Rangers manager Walter Smith could be poised for a return to management with the national team.