Dedicated women’s business centres could add billions to the Scottish economy, the chief executive of Women’s Enterprise Scotland has claimed.
The parent company of UK food processing group 2 Sisters went into the red last year as its poultry business came under pressure.
An American software company has announced it will create 40 new jobs in Tayside after receiving a £3.1 million grant from Scottish Enterprise.
Perth-based transport giant Stagecoach has commenced legal action against the Department for Transport over its disqualification from a rail franchise competition.
Perth-based energy giant SSE informed staff this morning of its intention to axe more than 400 jobs, a trade union has claimed.
The man leading Google in Europe, the Middle East and Africa called on Tayside and Fife tech firms to ramp up their global ambitions on a visit to Dundee yesterday.
A Dundee life sciences firm could be valued at more than £1 billion if it lists on the stock exchange, a financial analyst has claimed.
Precision engineering firm GS Brown Limited has moved to an employee ownership structure to secure the future of the company in Fife.
An independent courier business which operates in Angus has gone into liquidation with the loss of 16 jobs.
Glenrothes-based sheet metal manufacturer Fife Fabrications recorded sales of more than £8 million in its first set of accounts since a management buy out.