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More than a quarter of Scots believe poverty is a result of laziness, according to a new poll published by a Scottish charity. The poll, commissioned by Cyrenians, found that 28 per cent believed poverty was a result of laziness on the part of those living in poverty, while 24 per cent believed a la

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Joanna Lumley Aberdeen Asset Management has released a new short online cartoon animation series incorporating the voice of British A-list celebrity Joanna Lumley to explain the Seven Deadly Sins of Multi-Asset Investing.

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Jackie Hunt Insurer Prudential UK & Europe, which employs more than 2,000 workers at its site near Stirling, has announced that chief executive Jackie Hunt is leaving the organisation after two years in the position.

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The NHS in Scotland must undergo fundamental change is if it is to cope with demand, according to the financial watchdog Audit Scotland. A new report into the performance of NHS Scotland from Audit Scotland has warned that the pressures of increasing demand, growing staff vacancies and rising costs

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Aberdeen accountants Anderson Anderson & Brown has become a WorkflowMax certified advisor, one of the first in Scotland. WorkflowMax, owned by accounting software firm Xero, is a subscription and cloud-based job management software program that enables service businesses to manage jobs more easi

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Dundee City Council has revealed it will have to find £28 million of savings over the next two years as a result of the UK government’s spending review. The updated figure is revealed in a new report to go before councillors at the end of the month.

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Falkirk-based bus manufacturer Alexander Dennis has signed a deal potentially worth a staggering £2 billion to build vehicles for a Chinese firm which is the world's biggest producer of electric buses. The agreement between Alexander Dennis Limited (ADL) and Chinese firm BYD came during the UK stat

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Perth-based transport giant Stagecoach it to take a £23 million hit following its decision to repay a bond issue that was due to expire next year. The move comes after the business recently managed to secure cheaper finance and only a month after the bonds were issued.

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Royal Courts of Justice Lloyds Shareholder Action Group, the group of former Lloyds TSB shareholders who claim that HBOS was “grossly over-valued”at the time of its shotgun marriage with Lloyds in 2009, will have their case heard at the Royal Courts of Justice in London today.

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The ubiquitous RS McColl’s newsagent chain is to slash the number of its outlets on Scotland’s high streets after announcing plans to sell 100 of its “less profitable” shops. McColl’s Retail Group said the move was part of a strategy to its switch to convenience stores.

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