An Angus couple who were inspired by David Attenborough’s Blue Planet television series have opened the county’s first zero-waste shop.
A Fife tech firm has entered the beta testing phase for its product which aims to revolutionise the international card payment industry.
Raw material price increases weighed on the profits of Forfar-based textiles company Don & Low last year.
Glenrothes firm Pitreavie Group has announced a £650,000 investment to develop the packaging business.
Gleneagles Hotel took out a £71.4 million loan last year as its owners paid themselves a £63m dividend.
Petrochemicals giant Ineos has announced plans to invest £60 million in building a new furnace at its Grangemouth site.
A Fife joinery manufacturing business which has recently expanded into new premises provided the backdrop for the launch of this year’s Fife Business Week.
Perthshire butcher Simon Howie invested more than £3 million on new buildings and equipment last year but rising costs weighed on profits.
Montrose Library has reopened following a £1 million refurbishment by ANGUSalive to turn it into a “flexible community space”.
Increasing sales helped profits to more than double at Dundee tachograph firm Stoneridge Electronics last year.