Peter Houston

Peter Houston (born 19 July 1958 in Baillieston) is a Scottish football player and manager. He played as a striker for Airdrieonians, Livingston United, Albion Rovers, Falkirk, Dumbarton and East Stirlingshire. He then entered coaching, working for Jim Jefferies at Falkirk and Hearts. He then assisted Craig Levein at Hearts, Leicester City and Dundee United. After Levein was appointed Scotland manager in December 2009, Houston was appointed Dundee United manager and assisted Levein with the national team. He guided United to their 2009–10 Scottish Cup victory, but left the club by mutual consent in January 2013.
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  • Will a ‘Netflix-for-magazines’ ever catch on?

    This spring saw an handful of startup magazine platforms launch in Europe. There appears to be a strong publisher interest in what would essentially amount to a Netflix-for-magazines, but you’d be forgiven for having a sense of déjà vu. U.S.-based platform Next Issue launched five years ago with a similar model but has failed to drive sustained reader interest.

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