MORE SIGNS that shoppers are shunning the high street have emerged, with figures showing an 18% jump in internet sales this Christmas.
NEW CAR sales in Scotland have reached their highest levels since the financial crisis began.
The number of new jobs in the City of London slumped by more than a third last year, a new study has revealed.
The number of Scottish companies folding into insolvency has fallen for the first time since 2008.
AS DEMAND for the delicacy in the emerging Chinese market continued to grow, Scottish salmon exports to the Far East leapt ahead last year.
The winners and losers of Christmas trading will be revealed when supermarkets report on their festive performance.
House-building activity fell at its fastest rate for two years last month as construction firms battled persistent rain, figures revealed yesterday.
Logistics and distribution firm John Menzies is being forced to swallow £18 million in costs as a result of a major restructuring of the business.
PERTH’S INDEPENDENT shops need a clear signpost to future success.
A leading insolvency expert has said a significant upturn in Scotland’s economic fortunes could be a decade or more away.