Celtic football club is indelibly linked with Sir Rod Stewart, so much so that his hit love song You’re In My Heart features the line “you’re my Celtic, United butRead More
New investment on the cards
Brewdog has built a reputation as a maverick business that refuses to play by the rules. However, it may finally be bowing to pressure to conform…
Reception for guests
Clients and guests gathered for the launch reception of public relations agency Represent which has taken new offices in Calton Road, Edinburgh…
Delegates hear from war corr
Former television war correspondent Kate Adie faced one of her toughest battles – trying to get to a speaking engagement in Edinburgh….
£30m development in Edinburgh
Guests get glimpse of new hotel The Courtyard hotel in Edinburgh hosted a party for staff and guests to mark its official opening following a £30 million investment by theRead More
Designer crafts special edition
East Lothian distiller NB Gin is marking its third year as a drinks partner at the Brits by serving music’s biggest stars from ..
Businesswoman Jacqui Low will share the highs and lows of a career that has cracked many glass ceilings with an audience at one of the capital’s oldest business institutions. ..
Branch forced to switch venue
An SNP branch has been forced to switch its regular meetings at a local hotel because it could not afford an increase in cost – caused by its own hike in business rates…
Death of retailer
Sir Ken Morrison, who retired in 2008, has died peacefully at home in North Yorkshire, aged 85, following a short illness, his family has said. He joined Morrisons after his NationalRead More
More than 300 business figures raised more than they hoped from a sleepout in support of the homeless…