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Creative design studio Form Digital has announced the launch of a new initiative to support local communities and charities around Aberdeen and Glasgow, where it is based. The Octopus Fund is a £10,000 pot to be distributed across work spanning brand, print and digital for community and third

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Research carried out by Aegon UK among 10,000 people across the UK has revealed that in Scotland 56% of savers say they want to invest some of their savings sustainably. However, according to the figures only 26% actually do so.

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Banks and building societies will need to assess the impact of changes to their services, for example shorter branch opening times, under updated guidance proposed by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The FCA is also consulting on requirements for more detailed analysis on how firms assess the

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A major insurance company has been ordered to pay £4 million ($5.2 million) to a woman who caught an STD after having unprotected sex in a man's insured car. A court in Missouri upheld the decision of an arbitrator requiring Geico to make the payment to the woman who they say contracted HPV, a

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The 10-venue Carlton Bingo chain has made the move to employee ownership following a positive rebound after the challenges and closures brought about by the pandemic. With locations in Inverness, Stirling, Livingston, Dunfermline, Buckie, Elgin, Fraserburgh, Dalkeith, East Kilbride and Partick in Gl

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St Andrews-based investment firm Eos Advisory has strengthened its team, with Andrew Durkie joining as a partner, and Andy Lothian and Sandy Kennedy appointed as non-executive growth advisors. Andrew Durkie is a chartered accountant who brings over twenty years’ experience in mergers and

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The Port Ellen Distillery on Islay has its first manager in almost four decades after Alexander McDonald was appointed to the role. The distillery, which closed in 1983, is being brought back into production as part of Diageo’s landmark investment to re-establish the two most famous “los

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The Ardgowan Distillery has partnered with Heriot Watt University and engineering provider, Briggs of Burton, to develop pioneering technology to reduce its carbon impact – capturing all of the CO2 in its fermentation process and transforming it into green biomethane.

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