• Menzies game to deliver on Commonwealth challenge

    19 April 2014 7.31am.

    THE Scottish newspaper wholesaler and logistics group Menzies Distribution is drawing on its London Olympics experience as it plans to keep deliveries moving during this year’s Commonwealth Games.

  • Aibel’s North Sea Catch

    19 April 2014 7.29am.

    Norwegian oil services firm Aibel is to provide engineering support for a new floating production and storage unit to be deployed on the multi-billion Catcher field in the North Sea.

  • British Gas denies bonus claims

    19 April 2014 4.00am.

    British Gas has denied claims it paid its staff bonuses to inflate customers' bills.

  • John Lewis to celebrate 150 years

    19 April 2014 1.00am.

    John Lewis is to mark its 150th anniversary with a celebration of the company's growth from a humble draper's shop to a £4 billion international business.

  • Milnathort’s Thistle Hotel on market

    18 April 2014 4.36pm.

    A small Perthshire hotel which is owned by a local cereals and seeds group has been put on the market for the first time in 30 years.

  • US stocks close mostly higher

    17 April 2014 10.00pm.

    Stocks have closed mostly higher on Wall Street after upbeat earnings news from several big US companies encouraged investors.

  • Bank set to axe hundreds of jobs

    17 April 2014 6.00pm.

    Barclays looks set to axe hundreds more jobs, mainly at its investment banking arm, as a result of a strategic review which will report within weeks.

  • Mortgage lending increases by 33%

    17 April 2014 3.00pm.

    Mortgage lending in March was one third higher than the same month a year ago as housing market confidence continues to strengthen, banks and building societies have reported.

  • 'No evidence' of business fraud

    17 April 2014 3.00pm.

    Royal Bank of Scotland today said a review by law firm Clifford Chance had found no evidence that it set out to defraud small business customers.

  • Mulberry vows to win back customers

    17 April 2014 10.00am.

    Mulberry has vowed to win back loyal customers after fans of its designer handbags were priced out by a disastrous push into more exclusive markets.

  • Red Flag survey shows rise in Scottish businesses in financial distress

    17 April 2014 7.57am.

    The number of Scottish businesses suffering significant and critical financial distress increased last year despite an improving picture across the UK as a whole.

  • Jobs hope for Fife as £40m data centre plan revealed

    17 April 2014 7.55am.

    An Edinburgh-based property developer is hoping to create scores of jobs in Fife after revealing plans to build a £40 million state-of-the-art data centre in the kingdom.

  • Worsening decline for Tesco

    17 April 2014 7.45am.

    Pressure on Tesco boss Philip Clarke intensified yesterday as the supermarket revealed a worsening decline in UK sales figures.

  • Shopper numbers down in Scotland

    17 April 2014 1.01am.

    Shopper numbers in Scotland were down last month on a year ago as consumer confidence struggles to lift.

  • Co-op warning after £2.5bn losses

    17 April 2014 1.00am.

    The boss of the Co-op issued a stark warning about the mutual's future today after revealing annual losses of £2.5 billion, the worst in its 150-year history.

  • US stocks end higher for third day

    16 April 2014 11.00pm.

    Investors has driven stock prices to their highest level in a week, encouraged by a crop of corporate earnings and reassuring US and Chinese economic data.

  • Ex-bank chairman cleared of 'fraud'

    16 April 2014 6.01pm.

    The former chairman of the defunct Anglo Irish Bank has been cleared of all fraud charges over a loans-for-shares scheme months before the bank collapsed in January 2009.

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