Plans to unlock the “vast potential” of a former port and industrial site have been unveiled as a consultation on its future is launched.
Scottish Financial Enterprise (SFE) has appointed Philip Grant of Lloyds Bank as its new chairman.
Sixteen jobs have been lost after a courier firm went into liquidation.
Nicola Sturgeon has announced plans to increase exports so they account for a quarter of Scotland’s GDP in 10 years.
Scottish business confidence rose in April despite continuing uncertainty over Brexit, analysis has indicated.
Workers would be able to buy their companies if they are up for sale or facing closure under Labour proposals, with party research suggesting employee-owned firms make more money.
Shops on Scotland’s high streets are closing at a rate of more than five a week, according to new analysis.
Up to 400 jobs will be created in Glasgow after bosses at KPMG announced the city had been chosen as the location for its second UK managed services hub.
More than a quarter of Scottish companies feel Brexit is having a negative impact on expectations for their business activity, according to new research.
Reforms aimed at increasing the share of public sector contracts going to Scotland’s small businesses have had “little impact”, a new report has claimed.
Start-up businesses in Scotland have borrowed more than £26 million from the British Business Bank since its launch six years ago.