Main Menu

Monday, March 5th, 2018


Support for startups

Raquel ready to clean up in beauty business

Raquel Wing Clean Hub

Young entrepreneur Raquel Wing has used her skin’s sensitivity to some cosmetics brands as the spur to helping firms set up natural beauty businesses.

'Funding routes' in place

Dundee United braced for more financial pressure

Mike Martin

Failure to secure promotion back to the Scottish Premiership this season will

As I See It

Technology to the rescue in big freeze

Terry smiling

There are lots of clever folk telling us how much output will be lost as a result of the big freeze: £200M? £500m? £1 billion?

Director for Millar & Bryce

Firm opens first office beyond Leith since 1875

Millar & Bryce, a land and property search company, has opened its first office outside its base Leith since 1875.

NatWest 6 Nations Championship

Townsend brings Hardie back into Scotland fold

John Hardie

Back-row John Hardie is the most notable addition to Gregor Townsend’s revised Scotland squad for the upcoming

New tenants for workspace

Trio of lettings for 133 Finnieson street


Squarestone Growth has signed up three new tenants in just a month at 133 Finnieston Street..

Major oil deal for Aberdeen firm

KCA Deutag in $660m Middle East acquisition

KCA Deutag

Oil drilling company and contractor KCA Deutag has acquired the Middle East operations of Dalma Energy.

Oceaneering buys Aberdeen firm

Ecosse Subsea sold to US giant in £50m deal

Mark Gillespie

Ecosse Subsea, the Aberdeen-based offshore engineering company, has been acquired

Big freeze shock for employees

Minister attacks firms docking pay over no-show workers

M8 glasgow deserted

Workers have been threatened with having their pay docked for failing to get to work during the big freeze.

Group plans name change

Trinity Mirror plots more deals as income slumps

Daily Mirror

Trinity Mirror is expected to make more acquisitions in the newspaper sector.