Tennents owners C&C has posted a pre-tax loss of €62.9 million after Scotland’s thirst for its drinks took a hit.
The latest inflation figures have confirmed the cost of living is on the rise. So how much worse can it get? Michael Alexander reports.
Michael Alexander investigates the colours of gender stereotyping as a new study suggests boys are three times more likely than girls to be bought science and maths toys this Christmas.
More than half of nearly 800 offshore workers polled say the oil and gas industry's future is in doubt without government help while almost a quarter believe the sector has no future.
The first shipment of shale gas produced by fracking is expected to arrive in Scotland in the next few weeks, it has been reported.
The vote for Brexit could spark a "sharp slowdown" in Scotland's economy, with experts also predicting the jobless rate will rise in the wake of the referendum result.
Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Ross McEwan has issued a memo to staff, warning that the vote to leave the EU has created "short, medium and long-term" economic uncertainties.
Mothballed Scottish plate mills will begin recruiting again after a firm bought a plant to make wind towers and large-scale tubular steel fabrication.
Transport giant FirstGroup saw annual results come under pressure as it was hit by the loss of rail franchises, but said it was set to make “strong progress” despite ongoing tough trading.
The North Sea oil and gas industry must transform within the next two years to avoid "rapid and premature decline", according to a new report.