Declining levels of investment by oil and gas firms led to a tough year for Fife engineering firm FTV Proclad International but there are signs of the sector recovering.
A return to “tried and trusted processes” helped Dundee manufacturer JTC Furniture Group return to profit last year.
The Forfar-born co-founder of Scottish tech company FanDuel is suing its majority shareholders for millions in the wake of its merger with Paddy Power Betfair.
A strong performance by a Fife mill helped its owners achieve a sales boost of 13% last year.
Arnold Clark has sold its former showroom in Perth city centre to Network Rail in a deal worth £950,000.
Stewarts Leisure Parks, which operates three holiday parks in Perthshire and Angus, is to create a new facility in Fife at a cost of £20 million.
A Fife steel fabricator has gone into administration with the loss of 25 jobs.
A cul-de-sac in Monifieth that has been repeatedly forgotten by local authorities over the past 40 years will be officially adopted by Angus Council on Tuesday.
A Tayside couple who have been described as Scotland’s largest private residential landlords have unveiled plans to add thousands of properties to their rental portfolio.
The summer heatwave brought the first rise in footfall to Scotland’s shops for more than a year.