In wake of Carillion crash...
Small firms leader Colin Borland has called on the Scottish Government award more contracts to smaller businesses in the wake of the Carillion crisis.
Firms remain resilient says survey
Scottish firms remain resilient but recruitment and taxes are becoming key concerns, according to new data.
MPs express dismay over response
Royal Bank of Scotland executives today stood by its decision to close a swathe of branches, saying the bank was responding to customer demand.
Brown 'heartened' by data
Scotland’s economy remained resilient going into the second half of 2017 despite a challenging environment and continued Brexit uncertainty, the Economy Secretary has said.
Lords will now have vote
Labour and SNP MPs tonight condemned 13 Scottish Tories for not supporting a move to ensure powers being transferred from Brussels are devolved to Holyrood.
As new tech lab opens...
A new new testing lab for technology firms was opened in Edinburgh by Economy Secretary Keith Brown who said more talks were taking place over improved financing for start-up firms.
Calls for government action
Small businesses and a trades union will unite tomorrow over the Royal Bank of Scotland’s branch closure programme.
New report from ScotlandIS
New detail on the public sector’s expected spending on technology has been drawn together for the first time by trade body ScotlandIS.
Oil contract for mapping firm
Mapping software company Cognitive Geology has secured a $1.2 million contract
Investment reflects recovery
Royal Dutch Shell has announced its first major new project in the North Sea for six years in another sign of the region’s recovery.