Concerns, I have a few.
Senior Scottish business leaders have called for the economy to be the top priority in Brexit negotiations.
On Saturday night, something magical happened at the Apex City Quay Hotel.
Technical surveys are to be carried out at the site of a proposed £1.2 billion wind farm off the Angus coast.
When I heard the prime minister was heading for Edinburgh during the Fringe, I naturally thought she’d be playing it for laughs by giving Brexit: Omnishambles its debut on the comedy circuit.
Fife manufacturer Smith Anderson has bagged higher profits on the back of strong demand for its paper products in the UK and overseas markets.
No one should underestimate the change happening in our region.
A Scottish fund specialising in social enterprise investment has welcomed tax changes designed to boost the sector.
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.
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?'