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The controversial Uber taxi app will launch in Edinburgh today after the company reported "huge demand" for the service in the city. The move also comes after bosses said that they were “blown away” with its reception in Glasgow following its launch there last month.

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Helen Goodman A Labour MP has accused the British Government of “rewarding their cronies and cheating the taxpayer” through its decision to sell-off the first tranche of state-owned shares in Royal Bank of Scotland.

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A Scottish stock market trader is facing fraud charges in the US over allegations that he created fake tweets to mislead the market. US authorities claim the bogus tweets were intended to manipulate the stock prices of two companies.

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Royal Bank of Scotland has been forced to deny allegations that it falsified documents in order to pay lower levels of compensation to small businesses which were mis-sold complex interest rate hedging products. The still 73 per cent state-owned bank refuted the claims made by The Times newspaper th

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The recent decline in Scotch Whisky exports is slowing, with industry revenue from shipments in the first half of the year totalling £1.7 billion. According to the Scotch Whisky Associaiton, encouraging trends are starting to develop in several key markets despite continuing economic headwinds, pol

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Edinburgh-based Standard Life has committed to invest £30m in its wrap platform to improve retirement income processes. The insurance giant said it was spending the money to make sure it kept pace with the changes in the pension and retirement investment market.

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A committee of MPs has blasted HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) for "still failing UK taxpayers". The MPs accused HMRC of only answering half the phone calls to its customer care centre, and failing to carry out enough prosecutions.

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Statistics announced today by Scotland’s Chief Statistician in the latest Retail Sales Index for Scotland release covering the period July to October 2015, has shown that the volume of Retail Sales in Scotland increased by 1.0 per cent in the third quarter of 2015 and grew by 4.0 per cent annually

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KPMG has taken over the running of Port of Ardersier Ltd, the owner of the former oil and gas industry fabrication yard at Ardersier, after the business was placed under administration. Port of Ardersier was granted full consent from the Scottish government in August last year to bring the site back

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