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Terry Murden, Editor


Busy start to year

Client wins for recruiters iMultiply and Ably

Two recruitment firms have enjoyed a busy start to the year…

Boost for north east

Brent crude oil price hits $75 amid recovery hopes

Oil is trading above $75 a barrel for the first time since March 2015

Reports of a power cut in central Edinburgh

As CityFibre unveils £538m takeover..

Gigabit revolution heading to more Scottish cities

ultrafast broadband

Edinburgh and Stirling will be two of the next cities to benefit from a project to upgrade broadband connections to ultra-fast capability.

Due diligence deal

Lang Cat offers platform advice to Sense

Mark Polson Lang Cat

The lang cat, the financial services consultancy, has been commissioned by Sense, the whole of market adviser network, to provide its members with advice on platform selection. 

New post in London

Torrance leaves writing for Commons role

Political commentator David Torrance is leaving journalism to take up a new post

As I See It

Scotland must accept its role in a global world

Terry smiling

Can Scotland build new dominant global companies? Ahead of another Entrepreneurial Scotland conference Terry Murden argues that the country must accept its place in the new world order


Germany puts culture and lifestyle on the menu

Journalists laid off

Scottish News fails after investors pull out

An ambitious plan to create Scotland’s biggest news operation has collapsed after investors pulled out.

Latest in overseas network

Berlin ties sealed with hub and MoU

Berliner Dom

Scotland’s presence in Europe has been boosted by the opening of its latest innovation and investment hub in Berlin.