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Stirling has been named as the best city in Scotland to start a new business. According to a new study, the historic location can provide a low cost of living, good travel links and highly educated workforce.

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Five of the largest investment banks in the country used tax breaks and offset previous losses against any gains made last year to avoid paying any corporation in 2014, despite booking billions of pounds in profits, according to a new report. Figures from news agency Reuters have shown that JP Morga

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The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled the Scottish government's minimum unit alcohol pricing plans are contrary to EU law as other tax options exist. Instead, the ECJ has recommended the introduction of alternative tax measures to achieve the same effect.

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Phil Anderson shows off the firm's 2015 Finance Award. A Scottish financial services company is celebrating after winning a prestigious award in recognition of its innovative practices.

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Andrew Milligan Next year looks to be a challenging year for investors, with different countries and asset classes at such different stages of the investment cycle, according to Edinburgh-based global investment manager Standard Life Investments.

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Scottish high-end estate agents Rettie & Co. have announced they are to add to their current office network with a new branch at 101 St Georges Terrace in Jesmond, Newcastle. The move follows a successful similar southern move with the opening of a premises in Berwick upon Tweed as well as anoth

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Clydesdale Bank is still failing to meet the required two month limit on dealing with customer’s Payment Protection Insurance complaints with some complainants being forced to wait more than three times that long. The persistent failure of the bank to address its issues in dealing with the legacy

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Police have launched a probe into alleged financial irregularities at the University of Edinburgh. The university has said staff are helping police with their investigations into the institution’s “support department” while the university also ordered its own, internal inquiry.

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The Forth Road Bridge has been given the green light to open to vehicles except HGVs and abnormal loads from Wednesday morning following the completion of temporary repairs. Operating company Amey today confirmed that it has installed a steel splint to repair the cracked member and concluded detaile

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Maria Botha-Lopez Selling prices for homes in east central Scotland have increased by an average of 4.7 per cent between September and November 2015, compared with the same time last year, according to the latest figures released by estate agents ESPC.

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George Lowder Three of the most senior positions in the Scottish transport sector have been filled, following the recruitment of a Transport for Edinburgh chief executive, a managing director of Lothian Buses and a general manager for Edinburgh Trams.

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