One in four young people admits to struggling to respond to calls, texts and social media notifications, a survey has found.
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Growth in Scotland’s jobs market remained subdued in March, according to new research.
The Scottish labour market lost momentum at the beginning of the year but remains strong, according to a jobs report.
A Tayside woman who became the victim of identity theft has now had a fraudulent £3,000 overdraft approved in her name.
More than a third of young people in Scotland say they feel pressure to live up to the lives they see on social media, a survey has found.
Royal Bank of Scotland has reported its second successive year in the black and announced a £1.6 billion final dividend, resulting in a near £1 billion windfall for the taxpayer.
Demand for permanent and temporary staff grew last month as Scotland’s labour market continued to tighten, according to a jobs survey.
How Royal Bank of Scotland is embracing creativity and technology to build a safe and secure future for customers.
Scottish institution working hard to bring balance to banking.
The Royal Bank of Scotland was forced to serve customers in its car park after a “technical fault” forced the Downfield branch to close its doors.
The firm which printed the first colour banknotes in Europe is helping set the tech tone for the 21st century
A former city bank is set to be converted into a coffee shop after a change of use application was approved by council planners.
Green spaces and a connection to nature are hugely important when it comes to calling a place a home, according to a new study from Royal Bank of Scotland.
Modern life is changing what we prioritise when it comes to choosing a place to call home.
There is a lot to be proud of about Scotland – and a new study from Royal Bank of Scotland has shown exactly what it is that makes us passionate about where we live.
One of Dundee’s longest-established funeral directors is to take over the former RBS building in Stobswell.
Plans have been lodged to turn a former bank into a coffee shop and takeaway.
Shopkeepers in Stobswell say they are disappointed that the cash machine in the former RBS building is out of order.
A new breed of bankers is bringing old-fashioned face-to-face support to the unlikeliest of places.
Taking the bank on the road isn’t a new idea; meet Norman Smith, who is continuing a tradition that was started by Royal Bank of Scotland in the 1940s.