Tayside construction company Kilmac is planning to create 30 new jobs when an £8 million deal to carry out the groundworks on the new Madras College in St Andrews is signed off in the next few weeks.
A partner at chartered surveyor Graham and Sibbald has identified Angus as a commercial property hotspot as a result of the completion of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route.
Major Scottish bus firm Alexander Dennis recorded record sales ahead of its £320 million takeover by a Canadian firm, newly published accounts show.
Forfar textiles firm Don & Low has told hundreds of employees their jobs are at risk in a devastating blow to the Angus economy.
A Scottish firm is planning to construct a state-of-the-art mill at a cost of £20 million that will bring 50 jobs to Fife.
A Fife firm which helps companies manage their pay TV subscriptions saw its revenues rise by more than 20% last year.
EQ Accountants, which operates in Tayside and Fife, has almost doubled its revenue over the last five years.
Dundee University has signed a “pioneering alliance” with Entrepreneurial Scotland to help to forge Scotland’s next generation of business leaders.
A £500 million investment into the largest pipeline system in the North Sea has been described as a “vote of confidence” in the region’s future.
Perth-based transport giant Stagecoach yesterday said it has no intention of bidding on more rail franchises after its operations end later this year.