Dundee-trained artist Michael Corr tells Michael Alexander how he immortalised the city’s former NCR boss in paint for a new exhibition.
Dundee’s ambition to become the cruise capital of Scotland is about to receive another major boost, The Courier can reveal, with a team from Dundee Port owner Forth Ports heading to the cruise industry’s most significant worldwide event in the USA next month to promote Dundee as the “key” to accessing tourism in Scotland.
International Women’s Day: ‘Being a woman is still an issue’, says successful Dundee social entrepreneur
On International Women’s Day, Michael Alexander speaks to successful Dundee serial social entrepreneur Kirsty Thomson about her inspirations – and the hurdles she’s faced as a female business woman.
A family-owned sports retailer based in Dundee is celebrating 20 years in business after undergoing significant growth.
As the cash machine or “hole in the wall” celebrates its 50th birthday on Tuesday, Michael Alexander examines the role played by Dundee in its global development.
Tayside and Fife accountants EQ have hit the £10 million mark when it comes to unclaimed Research and Development tax savings for clients.
Discount retailer Shoe Zone, which has a significant presence on Courier Country high streets, has seen half-year profits tumble by 84% after the Brexit-hit pound sent its buying costs soaring and sales fell amid a store overhaul.
A social enterprise dedicated to supporting businesses and start-ups has been awarded a £6 million contract to deliver Business Gateway throughout Angus, Perth & Kinross and Dundee.
Dundee-headquartered training provider 20/20 Business Insight has won a prestigious contract with one of the world’s leading oil and gas companies.
It was the search for a new pair of black jeans that proved the spark for entrepreneur Cally Russell to set up a personal shopping app that has been dubbed the “Tinder of fashion”.