A Fife firm that supplies steel to some of the UK's biggest railway infrastructure projects achieved a target-beating turnover of £23.5 million last year.
The bed linen and towels of the Cupar-based Fishers Laundry Group have been electronically tagged to improve its stock control systems.
Scotmid Co-operative delivered a £2 million trading profit for the first half of this year, hailing it as a positive performance against the background of a sluggish Scottish retail market and a period of considerable uncertainty.
The shop vacancy rate in Scottish town centres stood at 8.4% last month, better than the UK average of 9.6%.
Scotland had fewer empty shops last month - but fewer people visited the shops that were open.
Scotland’s home building industry says the Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) is having a detrimental effect on the middle to higher end of the housing market.
The Dundee-based UK Games Fund - winner of deal of the year prize at The Courier Business Awards - has launched the latest government grant scheme to find the nation's next big video game.
Pre-tax profit at Fourstones Paper Mill fell by almost a third with its Fife site incurring further capital costs in the year to March 2016.
Troubled Dundee contractor Jaydee Heating is set to be dissolved leaving unsecured creditors out of pocket to the tune of more than £750,000.
Scottish Government budget funds earmarked for superfast broadband should be targeted toward connecting rural firms and business parks, according to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).