More than 100 retail jobs are at risk after SSE revealed plans to shut down its remaining 37 Scottish Hydro Electric shops in Scotland.
Management at Pfaudler Balfour have announced 80 redundancies at the company’s Leven plant, The Courier understands.
A series of meetings to push for a Tay Cities Deal are to be held over the next few days.
One of Fife’s oldest engineering firms has confirmed staff could be made redundant as it transfers a major part of its business to Germany.
Amazon is offering permanent jobs to more than 200 people who worked in seasonal roles at its Dunfermline fulfilment centre at Christmas.
As many as 70 workers face redundancy at Glenrothes manufacturing firm FTV Proclad International, The Courier understands.
Dundee Port to get £10 million quayside investment to ready it for renewables and decommissioning work
The Port of Dundee is getting a £10 million cash injection to position the city as a key base for the multi-billion pound North Sea renewables and decommissioning sectors.
A Fife firm is one of four high-tech growth companies to receive further investment totalling £3.9 million from Archangels and Scottish Investment Bank (SIB).
Wine and spirits merchant Inverarity Morton cites new drink-drive law in decision to close Milnathort depot
Scotland’s largest independent wines and spirits merchant, Inverarity Morton (IM), is to close its regional depot in Milnathort.
Online retailer Amazon is to employ 2,500 new permanent staff in the UK this year.