One of the UK’s highest profile businesswomen is leaving Dundee’s Alliance Trust after nine years.
Dundee and Perth are in for long-term jobs pain as the brakes slam hard on the Scottish economy.
The chairman of Dundee’s under-fire Alliance Trust is to leave the business after four years.
INEOS has welcomed its first shipment of ethane from US shale gas at its Grangemouth terminal.
Mobile app developer Waracle is set to increase its Dundee team after its seven-figure acquisition by a major IT consultancy.
Loganair intends operating a direct Dundee to London flight for the next four years after confirming it is to take to the skies again as an independent airline.
With major focuses on renewables, technology, manufacturing, food and drink as well as the exciting projects such as Gateway Rosyth – an international port with exceptional facilities – Fife is an ideal setting for businesses to prosper.
The Courier Impact 100 countdown climaxes with the announcement of 2014’s winner.
Premier Inn and Costa coffee owner Whitbread is expected to post more rising sales when it updates the City on first quarter trading tomorrow.
Cheeky Chomper mumpreneurs doing it for themselves – ‘Dragons’ Den rejects take baby teething market by storm’
When Scotland’s leading ‘Mumpreneurs’ Amy Livingstone and Julie Wilson appeared on TV’s Dragon’s Den in March last year, they were told they had “delusional expectations” with their baby product proposals.