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Hollicom Digest 11.08.2017

Today we look at a report on how traditional media owners might fight back against the four horsemen of the digital ad revenue apocalypse; how one woman in Aberdeen is working to prevent the 10million deaths a year that are expected to happen when superbugs overcome our arsenal of antiobiotics; current affairs take a serious […]

Hollicom Digest 14.07.2017

Golf tourists and Scotch connoisseurs will be rejoicing at some of the stories we have found for you today. Also, we bring you tidings of how the inexorable drive towards electric vehicles faces a few bumps along the road. Things are looking up for oil price ravaged-Aberdeen, but Bill Jamieson points to dark economic clouds […]

Hollicom Digest: 11.07.2017

Enjoying those hazy, crazy, lazy days of summer? Here’s some interesting reads before you hit the beach: an exclusive interview with Aberdonian Neil Bruce on why no-one minds when a Canadian company buys British; a contentious take on what the Government can do about miserly public sector austerity pay rises; some unusual venues for a […]

Hollicom Digest 03.07.2017

Are you confused by events and wondering what the heck is going on? Here’s some stories from around that gives us some clues, including: if you are fed up with late trains, a solution might be at hand; an oil and gas boss who is putting his shoulder to the wheel for the North Sea; […]

Hollicom Digest – 28.06.2016

We may now be officially in the silly season now that class has been dismissed but there’s still lots of interesting news out there. Here’s some links, including a revealing interview with an oil tanker tycoon, a senior insurance boss going into a tech-start up, a sad day as a stalwart of apprenticeships dies and details […]