A Kirkcaldy-based firm is shedding 50 jobs as it looks to cut costs following a review of its operations.
A business-backed community solar scheme in Fife which could have helped run a much-needed village hall has been scrapped because of UK Government funding changes.
A Fife industrial instrument company has expanded its workforce during an upbeat first half of 2015 despite losing major customers.
Semefab, the Glenrothes semi-conductor manufacturer, made a pre-tax loss of more than half a million pounds last year but predicted it would recover.
Income at St Andrews Links Trust, the charity that runs the seven courses at the home of golf, topped £20 million for the first time last year.
A six million euro investment in Rosyth’s continental ferry is of “huge significance” for Fife and Scotland, according to Fife’s depute leader Lesley Laird.
Millions are to be invested in improving the sea freight link between Fife and mainland Europe.
Sky has confirmed it is to create 50 new call centre jobs at its Fife base in Dunfermline as part of a UK-wide recruitment drive.
A way to save Longannet’s future has been mapped out by oil and gas industry veteran Algy Cluff.
The Scottish Government yesterday said the country’s renewable energy assets made it a net exporter of electricity.