A Fife heavy engineering yard says it expects fabrication work on a £1.4 billion North Sea gas installation to create up to 200 jobs.
Building society staff face the threat of redundancy as a financial giant axes its regional brands.
Lord Smith of Kelvin is to step down as chairman of the Scottish engineering giant Weir Group at the end of the year.
Six utility companies, including SSE and ScottishPower, are to be investigated by energy regulator Ofgem after allegedly failing to hit Government energy efficiency targets.
Stock in Stirling-based insulation manufacturer Superglass plummeted more than 60% on Wednesday after it warned administration was likely if shareholders failed to back a multi-million-pound financial restructure.
Scotland’s shoppers spent more in the first quarter of 2013 than they did during the previous three months, new figures from the Office of National Statistics have shown.
Edinburgh microchip firm Wolfson revealed a return to the high-score charts after posting a 59% increase in first-quarter revenues.
The hospitality giant behind high street cuppa Costa revealed ambitious expansion plans as it seeks to double the coffee brand’s annual sales income inside five years.
A Fife contract manufacturing firm is set to help bring the long history of Stonehenge to a brand new audience.
Work at Scotland’s only prospective commercial gold mine, near Tyndrum, has been put on hold because of a recent dip in the price of the precious metal.