Scotland can be inspired by Gloria Gaynor in the efforts of its economy to cope after Brexit, one of the country’s leading economists has predicted.
Oil services company Wood Group PSN has been awarded a three-year contract across Shell’s North Sea offshore assets, safeguarding 500 jobs.
Work has started on Glenrothes Heat, a project to develop a potential new district heating network in the Fife town using heat from the nearby RWE Markinch Biomass CHP plant.
Dundee-based Thorntons, one of Scotland’s largest legal firms, is merging with Clarkson Hamilton of Kirkcaldy to expand its reach down the east coast.
Two entrepreneurs are planning to defiantly put their unique tidal energy machine on trial in the Firth of Forth this week without a licence from the Crown Estate.
The North Sea oil and gas industry has two years to get its act together, according to a major new report.
Successful innovation is not just about having good ideas, a key speaker told the 16th annual international BioDundee conference.