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Shares dip as power firm issues profits warning

Category: Scotland Business News — Gary Cain on December 30, 2012

Temporary power firm Aggreko has seen over a fifth of its value wiped out, after it issued a warning over (more…)

Supermarket garden centre set for spring opening

Category: Scotland Business News — Paul Morgan on December 28, 2012

A new garden centre with a shared entrance to a Tesco supermarket is set to (more…)

Cheaper export rules welcomed by whisky industry

Category: Scottish Economy — Mark on December 26, 2012

New trade rules agreed by MEPs have been welcomed by the Scotch industry. The new regulations will allow for the cheaper importation of (more…)

Scottish wild salmon gets protected status

Category: Scottish Economy — Gary Cain on December 24, 2012

The European Commission has announced that Scottish wild salmon is to get protected product status, putting it on the same standing as the likes of (more…)

Glasgow Airport sees profits take off

Category: Scotland Success Stories — Paul Morgan on December 22, 2012

Glasgow Airport has reported its busiest November since 2008, with growth in both (more…)

Yorkshire beats Edinburgh to host Tour de France

Category: Scottish Economy — Mark on December 20, 2012

Edinburgh has lost out to Leeds in its bid to host the initial part of (more…)

Virgin confirms plans for Scotland flights

Category: Scotland Business News — Gary Cain on December 18, 2012

Virgin Atlantic has revealed its plans for its new Scottish routes, following the takeover of (more…)

Scottish unemployment level falls again

Category: Scottish Economy — Paul Morgan on December 16, 2012

There was some good news for the economy in December 2012, as official figures showed (more…)

Scottish logistics firm sees revenue drop

Category: Scotland Business News — Mark on December 14, 2012

A logistics firm based in East Kilbride has seen its earnings fall in the year, with the company blaming (more…)

Scots firms report trading conditions downturn

Category: Scottish Economy — Gary Cain on December 12, 2012

A new survey of purchasing managers in Scotland has shown that market conditions are (more…)

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