A series of meetings to push for a Tay Cities Deal are to be held over the next few days.
Dundee is a city on the up but it still lags behind Scotland and the UK in key economic areas. As The Courier prepares to host a unique jobs summit aimed at tackling those problems, Kieran Andrews and Gareth McPherson ask ‘What has happened to our industry?’
A company that owned a Chinese restaurant in Dundee has gone into liquidation, but the eaterie has remained open under new ownership.
Dundee company Pacson, which supplies subsea valves to the global oil and gas sector, has had to pay off 15% of its workforce in the last month.
A business “incubator” at Dundee and Angus College has been helping to tackle a skills shortage in the science and technologies industries.
New business start-ups stalled in Dundee last year due to uncertainty around the independence referendum, according to a business expert.
Business and political leaders have hailed a £10 million cash injection designed to position the Port of Dundee as a key base for the multi-billion-pound North Sea renewables and decommissioning sectors.
Dundee Port to get £10 million quayside investment to ready it for renewables and decommissioning work
The Port of Dundee is getting a £10 million cash injection to position the city as a key base for the multi-billion pound North Sea renewables and decommissioning sectors.
The future of a major Dundee construction firm is unclear.
A Dundee energy services company has warned that the challenging business environment created by the low price of oil could continue until at least 2017.