A move to buy “intangible” assets from Havelock will not lead to jobs for former workers of the Fife shopfitting firm.
Around 100 local businesses will take place in the largest festive market Dundee has ever seen.
The new manager of Circular Tayside – a group to promote the circular economy – is urging businesses to find out more about opportunities available for firms to become more green.
The charity behind V&A Dundee made a £780,000 surplus in the year the attraction welcomed its first visitors.
The Federation of Small Businesses has stressed its commitment to campaigning for a sustainable future for town centres.
Business leaders in Tayside and Fife were closely watching yesterday’s Brexit developments.
Single malt exports to the USA could fall by a fifth in the next year due to the introduction of a new import tariff from today.
The new owner of a Dundee manufacturer has revealed the company was on the brink of administration earlier this year.
Next month’s Offshore Decommissioning Conference in St Andrews will examine how the sector can make the most of global opportunities.
Tayside has been dealt a major jobs blow as supermarket giant Morrisons confirmed plans to axe dozens of jobs at a potato packing facility in Carnoustie.