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Election 2016: Health analysis

Election 2016: Health analysis

80 per cent of children drew bankers as male

Ken Mann: Children draw their own conclusions

Risky business?

Risky business?

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The SNP Manifesto - Nice clothes, little substance

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Business successes provide antidote to demoralising corporate jargon

Business successes provide antidote to demoralising corporate jargon

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Stuart Patrick

Stuart Patrick: Time for a more intensive debate about Scotland's manufacturing future

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Neeraj Thomas, associate at legal firm Burness Paull

Now you see it...

Young people can give their time to not-for-profit organisations

Ken Mann: Company boards need a more youthful outlook

Panama City has hit the headlines as revelations about the law firm Mossack Fonseca & Co continue to play out around the world

5,000 miles from Panama and it’s still on our doorstep

Liz Cameron, chief executive of Scottish Chambers of Commerce

Next Scottish Government must prioritise getting Scotland back on its feed

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Stuart Jacob

Society: Seeing the unique skills of people with Additional Support Needs

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Why can’t we see an open goal?

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Weakness of Scottish economy not home grown and difficult to solve

Weakness of Scottish economy not home grown and difficult to solve

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David Birrell, chief executive of Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce

David Birrell: No room for complacency as Edinburgh aims to build on tourism success

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Jeremy Peat: 'Economic life is not getting any easier'

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No futurologists required to pinpoint one big danger to UK economy

No futurologists required to pinpoint one big danger to UK economy

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Andrew Holloway, Grant Thornton.

Andrew Holloway: Scotland must prepare for the digital disruption era

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Lower taxes is the way to go

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Liam Smyth, membership director at Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce

Ghana calls for collaboration and trade with Scottish businesses

Economic reality check from Next chief executive rattles retail sector

Economic reality check from Next chief executive rattles retail sector

Queen Margaret University will offer an MSc and an MBA focused on family firms

Ken Mann: New course will help to support family businesses

Stuart Patrick

Stuart Patrick : 'Innovation matters more than ever'

Pauline McCulloch

Where we’re going, we don’t need roads

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RICKY MURRAY

Ricky Murray: 'In the Chancellor’s vision of the future, entrepreneurs clearly play a key role'

Ian McConnell: Housing market strength contrasts with broader economic weakness

Ian McConnell: Housing market strength contrasts with broader economic weakness

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Ian McConnell: 'A bit like a modern-day version of the Rumpelstiltskin fairy tale for George Osborne'

Ian McConnell: 'A bit like a modern-day version of the Rumpelstiltskin fairy tale for George Osborne'

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John McAuslin

John McAuslin: Osborne's business bonuses

Liz Cameron

Liz Cameron: 'The more international students that come here and work in Scotland, the wider our international horizons will be'

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Jeremy Peat

Jeremy Peat: No change in fiscal strategy from Osborne as he acknowledges weaker economy

Brian McConnachie QC: Where is the justice in this unfair, unnecessary and unworkable Offensive Behaviour Act?

Brian McConnachie QC: Where is the justice in this unfair, unnecessary and unworkable Offensive Behaviour Act?

SNP MP Joanna Cherry QC on the Investigatory Powers Bill

SNP MP Joanna Cherry QC on the Investigatory Powers Bill

Mark Houston

Mark Houston: What will master of surprises produce on Budget day?

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The EU - Is it really worth it?

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Ian McConnell: Plenty of food for thought but little comfort for supermarket groups

Ian McConnell: Plenty of food for thought but little comfort for supermarket groups

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The collective voice of Britain will decide if we stay part of the EU

Ken Mann: Brexit would flag up our fragility

Alistair Phillips-Davies

Alistair Phillips-Davies: It is good business to play a full part in society

David Birrell, chief executive of Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce (58607331)

David Birrell: Celebrating success now and in the future

Hugh Aitken (58369566)

Hugh Aitken: 'What has the European Union ever done for me?' The answer is quite likely to be ‘more than you might expect’

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Chancellor George Osborne. Lauren Hurley/PA Wire

Jeremy Peat: Weaker growth forecasts should be grounds for slowing fiscal squeeze

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Ian McConnell: Warning signals flashing as Osborne urged to shun further austerity

Ian McConnell: Warning signals flashing as Osborne urged to shun further austerity

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Despite online trends, shoppers still enjoy the High Street experience and retailers instead fear crippling rate and wage rises

Ken Mann: Costs not customers are real threat

Russell Borthwick

Russell Borthwick: Focus must be on anchoring Aberdeen as a significant international oil and gas location for many years

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Ivor Tiefenbrun: Trust the People

Ivor Tiefenbrun: Trust the People

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Inside Track: Putting an end to Scotland’s ‘poverty premium’ requires national response

Inside Track: Putting an end to Scotland’s ‘poverty premium’ requires national response

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How Scotland can remain a global oil and gas hub despite downturn

How Scotland can remain a global oil and gas hub despite downturn

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Ian McConnell: Boris hit headlines but bad week for pound underlines EU exit risks

Ian McConnell: Boris hit headlines but bad week for pound underlines EU exit risks

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The Bottom Line

The Bottom Line

Stuart Patrick

Stuart Patrick: 'What exactly is it that we seem to have against our universities?'

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Can we move the equality debate on please?

Ian McConnell: Refreshing long-term view from port owner amid stormy North Sea conditions

Ian McConnell: Refreshing long-term view from port owner amid stormy North Sea conditions

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A recent report stated that nine out of 10 PAs believed their boss could not perform their role without them

Ken Mann: These days, it pays to get personal

The Bottom Line

The Bottom Line

Garrett-Cox inevitable casualty of shareholder battle

Liz Cameron, chief executive, Scottish Chambers of Commerce

Business Matters

David Morgan, employment law partner at Burness Paull

Legal Matters: Sorry is no longer the hardest word

Businesses seem confident Brexit will not happen but what if it does?

Ian McConnell: Businesses seem confident Brexit will not happen but what if it does?

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David Frost: Trends in Latin America are good for Scotch

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David Birrell: Collaborate to inspire export success

The Bottom Line

The Bottom Line

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Getting more from the Union

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Where now for Clydesdale Bank after its muted independence day?

Where now for Clydesdale Bank after its muted independence day?

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Female technical staff appear to have a longer journey ahead of them

Ken Mann: How to engineer workplace equality

Russell Borthwick (54472784)

Russell Borthwick: 'We have to stick our necks out'

Picture: Colin Mearns

Jeremy Peat: 'All in all, 2016 could prove a very difficult economic year north of the Border'

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Decision made at global level takes toll on another local community

Decision made at global level takes toll on another local community

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Stuart Patrick

Stuart Patrick of Glasgow Chamber: Business ready to help on journey toward high-wage, low-welfare economy

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Pinstripe: The trouble with pay

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Teamwork delivers performance

Teamwork delivers performance

Ian McConnell: Sudden loss of confidence is hazardous but so is unrealistic optimism

Ian McConnell: Sudden loss of confidence is hazardous but so is unrealistic optimism

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Liz Cameron, chief executive of Scottish Chambers of Commerce

Liz Cameron: Scottish Government draft budget reignites business rates debate

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