Covid-19

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A Scottish Masterchef finalist and restaurateur has taken some of his staff off furlough and re-employed them at his award-winning restaurant after being inundated with orders from across the UK for his home deliveries of fine dining lobster dinners. Dean Banks, 32, a finalist in the BBC Masterchef

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Edinburgh-based fintech lending platform LendingCrowd has been approved for accreditation by the British Business Bank as a new lender under the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS). This means LendingCrowd will be able to distribute UK government-backed loans to SMEs impacted by th

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Smart Metering Systems (SMS), the Glasgow-based energy tech firm, is returning its furlough cash received from the UK Government. The company had suspended its smart meter installation activities on 22 March 2020 as a result of the developing coronavirus situation. Due to significant uncertainties a

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed that payments on credit card, personal loans and other revolving credit products will remain frozen for a further three months for those who are still experiencing temporary payment difficulties due to coronavirus.

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Business confidence in Scotland fell by a further eight points during June to -41%, marking the lowest level of confidence across all UK regions and nations, according to the latest Business Barometer from of Bank of Scotland Commercial Banking. Companies in Scotland reported lower confidence in the

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Simon Capaldi, office agency partner at Knight Frank, discusses how the coronavirus pandemic will accelerate changes to office-based working. Social distancing has turned our lives upside down and at short notice businesses adapted to remote working, moving office life into the home.

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