Concerns, I have a few.
In appraising a Scottish budget, the Scottish Chambers of Commerce applies one criterion above all others: 'Does it make Scotland a more attractive place to do business?'
Senior Scottish business leaders have called for the economy to be the top priority in Brexit negotiations.
No one should underestimate the change happening in our region.
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.
A major review of Britain’s creative industries has called for £23.7 million of new funding to be made available to extend the work of the Dundee-based UK Games Fund.
Regional airline group Flybe saw profits nosedive in the first half of the year as the weak pound and one-off costs related to a major IT contract took their toll on the business.
Profits at property to wines and spirits group Wemyss Development fell last year as its agricultural and renewable power operations came under pressure.
Fife bus and coach operator Moffat & Williamson saw its profits almost quadruple last year.
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.