Scotland's deficit reached almost £15 billion in the last financial year after revenues from North Sea oil and gas fell by more than 50%, figures have revealed.
An airport's managing director has apologised to customers over disruption set to be caused by strike action.
The bed linen and towels of the Cupar-based Fishers Laundry Group have been electronically tagged to improve its stock control systems.
An antenatal class may not seem the most obvious place for a new business to be born but that’s just what happened to Scottish “mumtrepreneurs” Julie Wilson and Amy Livingstone.
The confidence of UK small businesses is at a three-year low and two-thirds of Scottish firms are concerned about domestic economy, according to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
Female students at St Andrews University gained an insight into how to succeed in their careers from four high-achieving businesswomen.
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Oil and gas exploration firm Tullow Oil reported a pre-tax loss of $1.3 billion (£895 million) as low oil prices took their toll.
A proposed multi-million-pound biomass plant to provide heat and electricity to the Quaker Oats mill in Fife is dependent on Government funding.
The boss at one of the North East’s quickest growing start-up firms said he’s on track to smash his £100 million revenue target thanks to his London based investor.