Dundee is a city on the up but it still lags behind Scotland and the UK in key economic areas. As The Courier prepares to host a unique jobs summit aimed at tackling those problems, Kieran Andrews and Gareth McPherson ask ‘What has happened to our industry?’
A Scottish Government initiative that has saved small firms more than £1 billion in rates charges will be continued for the next five years if the SNP is returned to power at Holyrood, the First Minister pledged.
An emergency budget to deal with the fallout from the referendum vote to leave the EU looks unlikely to take place until the autumn, as Chancellor George Osborne said it was better to delay action to shore up the public finances until a new prime minister is in place.
A second Scottish independence referendum will have a “material” impact on business, industry leaders have said.
The New Day newspaper is to close on Friday, nine weeks after launching, its owner Trinity Mirror has confirmed.
The managing director of Fourstones Paper Mill is confident the company can perform well despite further capital costs at its Fife operation.
Income at St Andrews Links Trust, the charity that runs the seven courses at the home of golf, topped £20 million for the first time last year.
A chocolatier’s move to St Andrews has been a sweet experience as he prepares to extend his shop.
Budget 2015: Oil and gas tax overhaul would not have been possible under independence, says Chancellor
Chancellor George Osborne has announced a £1.3 billion package of support for the oil and gas industry in his final Budget before the general election while saying an independent Scotland “would never have been able to afford” the measures.
Thousands of Morrisons workers are in limbo today as they wait to hear whether their supermarket is facing the axe.