Concerns, I have a few.
Senior Scottish business leaders have called for the economy to be the top priority in Brexit negotiations.
Bus and coach builder Alexander Dennis saw UK sales drive forward to record levels in 2016.
Fife bus and coach operator Moffat & Williamson saw its profits almost quadruple last year.
The chief executive of energy giant SSE, who recently hit out at proposals to save consumers £100-a-year by capping bills, has been awarded a 72% pay rise.
Union bosses fear jobs could be lost if SSE and npower owner innogy get the green light to combine their domestic energy supply businesses in the UK.
Scottish craft brewer Innis & Gunn is starting to see the benefits of a “rebooting” of its operations.
Fife windows, doors and conservatories fitter CR Smith has produced a sixth consecutive year of improved returns.
A supply chain body pushing for progress on the £2 billion Neart na Gaoithe wind farm off Fife, has welcomed the UK’s new clean growth strategy.
The parent group of local bus operator Xplore Dundee saw its shares drive ahead in early exchanges as it reported a rise in profits and revenues.