Consolidation on horizon
Aegon UK’s chief executive Adrian Grace is looking to build on a year of consolidation and growth.
'Fitting' results for anniversary
Scottish freight vehicle manufacturer Gray & Adams enjoyed its most successful year
Club seeking to exploit potential
Celtic Football Club has built up its cash reserves and is looking at a number of off-field developments to maximise its earnings potential
Turnover up at energy firm
Spark Energy has announced record turnover and welcomed a new chairman
Investment 'paying off'
Scottish law firm Thorntons is seeking new premises in Edinburgh as the practice continues to grow.
More events and visitors
The Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) has reported a record year for delegate numbers and a sharp rise in operating profits.
Telecoms giant growth squeezed
Pre-tax profits at telecoms company BT rose 25% to £660 million in the third quarter despite a 3% fall in sales to £6 billion.
Oil giant gains
Rising oil prices helped Royal Dutch Shell’s profits leap in the last three months of 2017.
Update on sales
Sales have risen at Irn-Bru manufacturer AG Barr despite a decision by the firm to cut the sugar content in its drinks.
Network tackling concerns
Facebook said its users are spending less time on its network, partly a result of changes it is imposing to combat frustrations with the service.