Todays date: 17/04/2014
  • Credit Union opens in Perth

    Wednesday 16 April 2014 7:00

    A new credit union serving the population of Perth and Kinross has opened its doors to customers.
  • Inflation falls to 1.6%

    Wednesday 16 April 2014 7:00

    UK inflation fell to 1.6% in March from 1.7% in the previous month, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
  • Crawford returns to economic role in Scotland

    Tuesday 15 April 2014 7:00

    The former Scottish Enterprise chief Robert Crawford is to take over from Professor Alan McGregor as chairman of the Economic Development Association Scotland.
  • Black Wolf are new beer guise

    Tuesday 15 April 2014 7:00

    Black Wolf Brewery - makers of Lomond Gold, Glencoe, Ben Nevis and William Wallace beers - has emerged in a new guise from the ‘clothing’ of Traditional Scottish Ales Ltd,
  • Co-op Bank loses £1.3bn

    Monday 14 April 2014 7:00

    Management at the Co-operative Bank has confirmed it made a loss of £1.3bn for 2013.
  • M&S takes comfort in clothes

    Monday 14 April 2014 7:00

    Marks & Spencer reported its clothing sales have begun to recover but sales in its wider non-food division continued to fall for the 11th quarter in a row.
  • Aston launches ‘toolkit’ to aid businesses

    Monday 14 April 2014 7:00

    Aston University is leading a free ‘management toolkit’ initiative to help West Midlands-based businesses to change and grow.
  • Delcam’s ArtCAM dominates Coin of the Year awards

    Monday 14 April 2014 7:00

    Mints using Delcam’s ArtCAM CADCAM software won the great majority of the awards presented at Krause Publication’s COTY (Coin Of The Year) Awards sponsored by World Coin News at the World Money Fair held in Berlin.
  • Year 10 takes over Deloitte boardroom

    Monday 14 April 2014 7:00

    Year 10 pupils from Hamstead Hall Academy in Handsworth Wood, Birmingham presented at Deloitte’s office in Brindleyplace, as they concluded their latest CBI ‘Business in the Classroom’ initiative.
  • ‘Russia can ill afford’ to cut off gas and oil

    Monday 14 April 2014 7:00

    An expert in the gas and oil industry at Warwick Business School claimed that Russia is unlikely to be able to afford to cut off supplies to Europe.
  • New chair for ‘trussed rafter’ body

    Monday 14 April 2014 7:00

    A Birmingham business man has taken over as chairperson of the Trussed Rafter Association (TRA). Richard Evans, managing director of Scotts Timber Engineering, based in Shirley, Solihull, takes over from Paul Baron, who spent two years in the role.
  • Northumberland business aims to save the NHS millions

    Monday 14 April 2014 7:00

    A Northumbrian entrepreneur has set up a company to save the NHS millions of pounds, allowing the elderly to live independently in their own homes for longer.

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