SCOTLAND'S economy has lost "a generation" of young tycoons, a situation that will hamper its recovery from recession, a new report has revealed.
SCOTLAND'S economy has lost \"a generation\" of young tycoons, a situation that will hamper its recovery from recession, a new report has revealed.
SUCCESS: Report highlights the lack of young Scottish entrepreneurs following, clockwise from top left, Sir Tom Hunter, Sir David Murray, Sir Tom Farmer, Sanjay Mahju, Duncan Bannatyne and Michelle Mone.
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Fewer aspiring “thirty- something” business leaders are set to follow the successes of billionaire Sir Tom Hunter, the country’s second-richest man, lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone, and Duncan Bannatyne, one of the stars of TV’s Dragons’ Den.
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