Oil firm Ithaca hailed the completion of renovation works of a floating production plant to be used at its Greater Stella Development production hub in the North Sea.
The Co-operative today insisted its bank did not require government support after a ratings agency warned it may need a taxpayer bail-out.
Better weather lifted sales of clothing and footwear last month to give the beleaguered high street a welcome boost and add to growth prospects.
Small and medium-sized businesses are giving “a number of positive signals” on funding, according to a comprehensive new study of the market.
Perth-based power giant SSE cut 100 jobs on Friday as it moved to end the practice of cold calling potential new energy customers.
The production services arm of Aberdeen-based Wood Group has won its seventh major contract extension of the year after retain a deal to work with operator Dana Petroleum.
An Angus engineering and manufacturing firm has accelerated its recruitment plans after picking up contracts worth £1.8 million in the past three months.
A merger of three leading Tayside and Fife law firms is set to create a major new force in the legal sector in Scotland.
The head of the new Angus Centre for Enterprise says the downturn is the perfect time for new business ventures.
The largest increase in household spending for more than three years helped drive forward economic growth in the third quarter, but a steep fall in exports saw the UK’s trade deficit widen by more than half.