Covid-19

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The combination of a reduction in oil prices and the coronavirus crisis has created the most turbulent market conditions since the financial crisis in 2008, severely impacting Initial Public Offering (IPO) activity, according to EY’s latest IPO tracker, EY IPO Eye

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Police have fined a man after he was caught speeding at 110mph on the motorway to 'buy bread.'

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Wylie & Bisset has launched a helpline to deliver free business advice to help steer local businesses through the coronavirus lockdown period. The impetus for setting up the helpline is to assist those businesses that, through no fault of their own, find themselves confronting various press

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A company established by Scottish solicitor, Bruce de Wert, delivering quick and affordable online wills in clients' own homes, has recorded meteoric growth since the coronavirus lockdown with an upsurge among women and health professionals. Bruce de Wert set up www.MyScottishWill.co.uk in the year

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Mark Brown, audit, accounts and business assurance partner at Meston Reid & Co, details the options available for businesses during the current coronavirus pandemic.  We know things can change quickly in the world of business, but this is altogether new territory for companies across Scotla

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New car registrations for March saw a steeper fall than during the 2008 financial crisis, according to new data from the Society for Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

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Department store Debenhams has filed a notice to appoint administrators amid the current coronavirus pandemic. Debenhams has appointed Geoff Rowley and Alastair Massey of FRP Advisory to advise in relation to the possible administration.

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The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) Scotland has called for the Scottish Government to establish a new emergency grant and loan scheme for smaller businesses and the self-employed. In a letter to ministers, FSB Scotland has called for new help for operators who are either excluded from existing

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Nationwide Building Society has announced that it will be closing all branches and call centre operations at the weekends amid the current coronavirus crisis. After previously unveiling plans to close 50 branches and reduce opening house, the building society distributed a letter to its clients anno

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Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced further measures to support firms affected by the coronavirus crisis, by bolstering business interruption loans for small businesses and announcing a new scheme for larger companies. To maximise the support available, the Chancellor is extending the Coronavirus B

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