A plan to close the productivity gap in Scotland has been set out, including support to help Scottish firms go global.
The City watchdog has extended the financial ombudsman’s powers to oversee new SME complaints, but advocates say it is only a “piecemeal” solution towards bringing banks to justice.
Patisserie Valerie’s chairman has said it will be “business as normal” at the cafe chain after swooping in with a rescue package that saved nearly 3,000 jobs and the company from collapse.
Cake chain Patisserie Valerie will cease trading without an “immediate” cash injection after discovering a major black hole in its finances.
Permanent job placements in Scotland have grown at their fastest rate in more than four years, a report has found.
Licensing chiefs are demanding answers after the Scottish Government admitted it was aware of errors in legal papers sent to trade bodies.
Every week Royal Bank of Scotland flying banker, Anne Rendall, embarks on a whistle-stop tour of Scotland’s islands, bringing vital services to the country’s most remote communities.
Theresa May took a swipe at Boris Johnson from the conference stage and mocked his foul-mouthed attack on business.
Diesel car owners have been hit by a 13th successive week of rising fuel costs.
Boris Johnson was dismissed as an “irrelevant and offensive person” by a speaker at the Tory conference, to the delight of many delegates.