A Dundee home improvement store could be closed under plans.
Employers “have not even bothered to look” at British workers for vacancies currently filled by EU workers, Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith has said.
Targets to limit immigration should be scrapped after Brexit, the CBI has recommended.
PICTURES: Incredible £250,000 transformation of landmark Lovat Hotel into ‘Manhattan’ diner revealed
A landmark Perth hotel which closed suddenly, placing couples' wedding plans in crisis, has unveiled the results of a £250,000 makeover.
A Yotel is to open in Glasgow city centre with the creation of more than 100 jobs.
Calmac Ferries has taken control of troubled Perth Harbour.
There is nowhere to hide when the eyes of the world are upon you.
Dundee businesses have seen a boom in trade over the weekend as world-famous golfers, visitors and international media descended on Courier Country for the Open.
Licensing bodies move to ‘crisis planning’ as liquor permit deadline looms without advice from Scottish Government
Licensing bodies have moved to "crisis planning" over a looming deadline to renew liquor permits which could leave thousands of Tayside firms in chaos, according to a leading trade expert.
Companies enrolled for Graduate Apprenticeships are urging others in Courier country not to miss the July 31 deadline to apply.