Scotland’s top private firms suffered a drop in combined profits amid growing political and economic uncertainty.
Fife Brexit Business Advisory Group has held its first meeting to shape the region’s response to the opportunities and challenges arising from the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.
The Scottish economy received a £37 million boost last year from visitors touring the country in caravans.
Donald Trump’s election as US president spooked investors with Aberdeen Asset Management (AAM).
Historic textile company Low & Bonar was declared by its chairman to be “a nimbler, tighter, customer focused organisation.”
Cupar-based oil and gas safety services company Sabre Safety has gone into administration.
Iconic Scottish soft-drink company Bon Accord, brought back to life last year by the great-great-granddaughter of its founder, has released a new 200ml size tonic water to the market.
If ever a city centre was in need of improvement it is Dundee.
Major regional airline Flybe, which is ending its services from Dundee, announced a "solid" third quarter's performance in tough trading conditions.
Morrisons has bought the Farmcare potato packing business at Carnoustie. The plant will be used to store, grade, pack and procure potatoes for customers of the Big Four supermarket.