Hollicom Digest 03.07.2017

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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; two on the future of ‘content’, i.e. stuff that you want to read and watch; and how big banks still call it wrong…

The Sunday Herald broke a great story that transport minister Humza Yousaf will look to get state-owned CalMac or Lothian Buses to bid for the next ScotRail franchise



The latest issue of Energy – and on Energy Voice – reveals former BP North Sea boss Trevor Garlick is joining forces with Sir Ian Wood to turn the mature basin’s biggest challenge into its greatest achievement.



This deal for Glasgow’s Copylab in Australia is yet another sign that content is still king and its ambition is global  – from The Daily Business.



Some terrific insight into the future of news and content consumption from Ian Burrell, who interviewed Buzzfeed CEO Jonah Perretti for The Drum.



And, is it just me or is there something gratifying about analysts at Goldman Sachs eating a little humble pie on why they didn’t call commodities right?



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