A £1.25 billion contract win that will see the next generation of warships assembled in Fife has put engineering firm Babcock’s pipeline of work at record levels.
Transport for London (TfL) fares will remain frozen for another year, Sadiq Khan has confirmed.
Confidence in Britain is faltering amid “extreme ideology” on both sides of the political divide, a business leader has warned.
A luxury Fife hotel has bounced back into the black as it pursues its goal of becoming Scotland’s first cashless hotel.
Shares in Royal Mail have dived after it warned that the company’s transformation programme is “behind schedule”, despite improving profits and revenues over the past six months.
Airbus nailed down 30 billion US dollars in new plane orders on the second day of the Dubai Airshow after previous rounds of the biennial showcase saw its competitor Boeing take the lion’s share of deals.
Insurance giant Aviva said it plans to retain its arms in Singapore and China following media speculation over the future of its businesses in Asia.
Software business Sage has sold its payments service arm for £232 million to Elavon, a subsidiary of US firm Bancorp.
B&Q owner Kingfisher has seen shares come under pressure after its new boss revealed “disappointing” recent trading with another slide in sales at the DIY group.
An Edinburgh law firm has opened a new branch in Dundee as part of an ambitious expansion plan.