During a stroll in Dundee city centre I witnessed a drug deal taking place.
An agonising, toe-curling, excruciating, painful, awful watch.
The chairman of a Scottish medical diagnostics firm has vowed to deliver shareholders’ “bread in their basket” after “years of famine”.
The X Factor is lucky if it lasts five minutes in my house.
The owner of Crieff Hydro has revealed a surge in profits as the Perthshire playground celebrates its 150th anniversary, but warned of “storm clouds” gathering over the tourism sector.
The construction and services group which is currently building out the controversial Site Six development at Dundee waterfront has posted strong profits growth.
Fife marine services group Briggs Commercial defied bumpy trading seas to deliver a strong hike in sales and profits last year.
Union leaders have called on Diageo to improve conditions for Scottish workers after the drinks giant posted increased profits.
Sir Richard Branson has given his personal backing to a new swimming aid product being brought to market by a young Scottish entrepreneur.
Marine services to caravan manufacturing conglomerate Rix Group saw sales jump to more than £400 million last year as it benefitted from a rising oil price.