Up to 1,000 new jobs could be created in Fife after Longannet was selected as a potential site for a new train manufacturing plant, it has emerged.
Pitcher & Piano owner Marston’s has thanked a surge in pub-goers during the World Cup and heatwave for helping deliver a record annual profits haul.
Page Group has bumped up its profit forecasts following strong global growth, despite the UK falling behind as Brexit uncertainty continues to hammer the recruitment market.
The owner of Patisserie Valerie has suspended its shares following the discovery of potentially fraudulent accounting irregularities.
Telford Homes has warned that negative Brexit sentiment is affecting housing market demand, with buyers adopting a “wait and see” approach as Britain’s exit day looms.
The deal to merge Npower and SSE’s retail operations has been given the all-clear by the competition watchdog, paving the way for the tie-up of two of Britain’s biggest energy suppliers.
The operator of the Grangemouth refinery recorded a 10-fold increase in profits last year.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has included Brexit among key risks to the stability of the global economy in a new report.
Barclays, HSBC and the Royal Bank of Scotland are among financial institutions backing a move led by the Duke of Cambridge to tackle the illegal wildlife trade.
The pound hit a four-month high against the euro on Tuesday amid reports that EU and UK authorities could reach a Brexit divorce deal as early as next week.
HSBC has agreed a 765 million US dollars (£582 million) settlement with US regulators over claims it mis-sold toxic mortgages in the run-up to the financial crisis.
Sky chairman James Murdoch has resigned from the broadcaster as US cable giant Comcast took control of the British firm.
A major Fife pallet firm has warned of rising timber prices as the weakness of Sterling continues.
Craft brewery BrewDog has said a stock market debut remains firmly on the cards despite recent flotation woes.
The competition watchdog has launched an investigation into Britain’s auditors following a string of scandals and concerns over conflicts of interest.
The Bank of England has warned that the need for action is now “pressing” to ward off risks to trillions of pounds of financial products from a cliff-edge Brexit.
Royal Bank of Scotland’s boss has called for regulation of small business lending in the UK, despite dodging disciplinary action over the mistreatment of SMEs by its Global Restructuring Group earlier this year.
Facebook’s UK tax bill has been branded “outrageous” after accounts revealed it had to pay just £7.4 million.
Pollster YouGov has seen annual profits jump nearly 50% as a strategic shift to real-time data analytics paid off, while its boss said it could stand to gain from Brexit uncertainty.
Focaccia-style pizzas and a summer drinks range helped bakery chain Greggs dish up a rise in sales despite unpredictable trading through the heatwave.