Dodgy drivers who put a company's life at risk

More than 10,000 people are killed or seriously injured on the roads each year while driving at work. How many of these accidents involve...

Building societies trying to find a model for the future

Do building societies have a future? That will be at the heart of discussions at the Building Societies Association annual conference in Manchester...

RBS tries to defuse protests about ‘dirty’ investments

By Rob Edwards The chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland, Sir Philip Hampton, is to meet environmental and human rights campaigners this week in...

Analysis: Building societies up against the wall

Britain's building societies are, if not in dire straits, then at least in a parlous state. Here in Scotland, the Dunfermline collapsed and...

Boost for Branson's banking dreams as RBS sell-off begins

The carve-up of parts of the Royal Bank of Scotland is under way. It is being forced by the EU's competition authorities to...

Supermarket wars threaten to shatter peace of market town

By Stuart Crawford Most people know Haddington in East Lothian as a...

Giving your money to the cloud

By David Calder A company in a converted steading outside Dalkeith aims to change the way everyone thinks about about their finances using cloud computing. Cloud...