Energy giant SSE revealed half-year losses of £115 million in its retail supply arm, as the group’s chairman insisted it was confronting a “trilemma” of challenges in energy security, decarbonisation and affordability.
Shares in Stagecoach were hit by a double-digit plunge today after the public transport provider said the Paris terror attacks had left passengers wary of travelling to big cities.
A total of 40 jobs have been lost after the directors of Dundee contractor Sustainable Energy Scotland (SES) called in administrators.
Cheeky Chomper mumpreneurs doing it for themselves – ‘Dragons’ Den rejects take baby teething market by storm’
When Scotland’s leading ‘Mumpreneurs’ Amy Livingstone and Julie Wilson appeared on TV’s Dragon’s Den in March last year, they were told they had “delusional expectations” with their baby product proposals.
Historic Fife paper maker Tullis Russell has collapsed into administration with the immediate loss of 325 jobs.
Visitors to Dundee’s new Malmaison will be confronted by an unexpected guest when the hotly-anticipated hotel opens on December 1 with comic character Dennis the Menace appearing in each of the £15m venue’s 91 bedrooms.
A contact centre is set to become one of Arbroath’s biggest employers by adding 100 jobs to its workforce.
More than a third of Scottish employers intend to increase their workforce over the next 12 months, according to a new survey.
A new viable oilfield has been discovered in the North Sea and a plan is being worked out for its development.
One of Dundee’s oldest businesses has been sold.