Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Labour MP Jim Murphy and local council leader Gordon Matheson have joined hundreds of people at a memorial service for the 10 people who died in the Clutha helicopter crash.
A spokesman for Scotland's Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said:
Unfortunately, this paper misrepresents the realities of independence in several key respects - an independent Scotland will still enjoy barrier-free trade with the rest of the UK, which is in everyone's interest - and the only serious threat to our membership of the EU is Westminster's proposed in-out referendum.
The CBI recognises the Scottish economy has key strengths - and that we are one of the wealthiest countries per head in the world.
But for some reason this one-sided report ignores the positive impact of growth policies in Scotland's Future, such as giving Scottish business a competitive tax advantage, cutting air passenger duty, a sensible immigration policy, plans to transform childcare and grow the working population, increase the number of women on company boards and a range of levers necessary to counter the massively unbalanced nature of Westminster economic policy-making which favours London and the south-east of England.
Prime Minister David Cameron has been accused of attempting to "bribe the people of Scotland into voting No" in the referendum with "talk of more powers" while offering "no firm proposals".
Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said Mr Cameron's address at the Scottish Conservative party conference had "torn up any prospect of a meaningful offer of further powers to Scotland, confirming that a No vote offers no firm proposals".
She added: "In a speech that contained half-hearted, vague suggestions of what might happen, Cameron's reluctance to commit to anything spoke volumes.
"Indeed, the only reason the Tories are even talking about more powers is to attempt to bribe the people of Scotland into voting No - but it is unravelling fast."
David Cameron is "cowardly" for encouraging unity from London and not debating Scottish independence in Edinburgh, the deputy first minister of Scotland has said.
Nicola Sturgeon said the speech was a sign of the "jitters" running through the No vote camp.
– Nicola Sturgeon
This is a cowardly speech from a prime minister who uses the Olympic Park in London to give high-handed lectures against Scotland's independence but hasn't got the guts to come to Scotland or anywhere else to make his case in a head-to-head debate.
David Cameron, as the Tory Prime Minister, is the very embodiment of the democratic case for a Yes vote for an independent Scotland - and he knows it....
A Yes vote will put Scotland's future in Scotland's hands, and will mean we will never again have to endure Tory governments, prime ministers and policies we didn't vote for.
Scottish Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said that the thoughts of "everybody across Scotland" are with the bereaved.
She said: "It is impossible to imagine the grief and loss they are experiencing but they should know that the thoughts and prayers of everybody across Scotland are with them at this unimaginably difficult time.
"Our thoughts are also with those who remain in hospital. We all hope and pray that those who have suffered injuries make a full and speedy recovery ...
"The police are not just dealing with a very complex incident, they are also dealing with the loss of colleagues, which makes this situation all the more difficult for them."
Scottish Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has paid tribute to the emergency and health workers, and to the people of Glasgow, who helped deal with last night's incident.
She said: "I think we were all moved last night with the way in which those who were in and around the scene did everything possible to help."
Scottish Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has described a helicopter crash in Glasgow as "awful news":
Absolutely awful news about a helicopter crashing into the Clutha. All my thoughts are with everyone involved & the emergency services
Addressing the Scottish parliament, Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said that the proposal to extend free childcare will benefit both children and parents by enabling them to return to work.
She received applause for this as well as for her comments on abolishing the so-called bedroom tax and removing Trident nuclear weapons from the country.
Nicola Sturgeon says that expanding free childcare to the equivalent of 30 hours per week would help parents return to work, but would not say how much it would cost an independent government.
#indyplan on priorities for an independent Scotland: Increasing female and parental involvement in the workforce through expanding childcare
Nicola Sturgeon says she wants an independent Scotland to become a "fully independent member state of the European Union".