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Atria One from Morrison Street Edinburgh Council has announced it has put its landmark Atria Edinburgh office development in the heart of the capital’s financial Exchange district, up for sale.

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Scotland's retailers face an “incredibly challenging” trading environment, with total sales "weak on all fronts" last month and down 2.4 per cent on last year, according to the latest SRC-KPMG Scottish Retail Sales Monitor report. The report said that sales August 2015 marked a stark contrast to

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John Clark Motor Group (JCMG) has revealed last year as its best on record after selling a a “record” 24,000 vehicles and reporting an increase in turnover of 28 per cent to £604 million and operating profit, before interest, up to £12.3 million from £8.9 million in 2013. Pre-tax profit also

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New figures released by estate agents ESPC have revealed that the percentage of homes being marketed as ‘offers over’ in east and central Scotland has doubled over the last two years. Between June and August this year, 74 per cent of the properties came to market as ‘offers over’, compared w

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A new report from PwC and games entrepreneur, Ian Livingstone, has revealed that while UK creative industries are thriving, making a strong contribution to the UK GDP with growth ahead of the broader UK economy itself, more must be done if it is to cement its success as one of the UK’s prized asse

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Hazel Burt French Duncan has promoted tax director Hazel Burt to partner with immediate effect as part of the accountant’s ongoing ‘programme of change and development’.

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Aberdeenshire Council could be set to target the £42million owed by residents and businesses across the region with a new £1.2million deal to bring in bailiffs to collect the unpaid taxes. Councillors will meet this week to discuss the six year debt collection contract.

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Registers of Scotland has experienced its most significant year in recent history, according to its 2014-15 annual report and accounts. The organisation accepted over 400,000 applications on to its registers in 2014-15, an increase of nearly five per cent compared to the previous year.

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Mike Brown Mike Brown, a founding partner and head of corporate finance at Aberdeen accountants Anderson Anderson & Brown, has received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2015 Scottish Business Insider Deals and Dealmakers Awards.

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Lindsay Gardiner, regional chairman of PwC in Scotland Professional services firm PwC has announced revenue growth of 10 percent over the past year, supported by double digit growth in the Scottish practice.

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Professional services firm KPMG has said rampant over-billing in the North Sea oil and gas sector should be tackled by firms trying to cut costs. KMPG reportedly audited more than 10,000 contracts and found as many as 70 per cent of them were not complied with, leading to frequent over-billing betwe

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