Perth-based energy firm SSE yesterday said its financial outlook for the year remained unchanged despite a further dip in the number of customer accounts.
Acquiring Fife-based law firm Pagan Osborne from administration helped leading Scottish law firm Thorntons grow its revenues by 13% last year.
Rising raw material costs have taken a bite out of profits at a major Perthshire food producer.
Major Dundee law firm Blackadders maintained business revenues last year despite its wealth management division being placed into a new offshoot.
Technical textiles group Low & Bonar is exploring options to raise new funds to tackle its multi-million debt burden.
One of Scotland’s largest steel stockholders, Brown & Tawse, increased its sales on the back of the rising price of the commodity last year.
Perthshire bottled water group Highland Spring saw profits squeezed last year as prices of the polymer used in its bottles pushed higher.
Motor dealer Arnold Clark has warned it expects further decline in the new car market as political and economic factors weigh on the sector.
An Angus based group which supplies automated systems for the medical devices, pharmaceuticals and personal care sectors has reported a jump in sales.
A major Angus manufacturer of window blinds has seen profits improve in its 50th anniversary year.