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Shares in London’s first listed energy efficiency fund began trading on Tuesday as the firm raised £100 million.
WPP is axing 3,500 jobs worldwide under plans to slash costs by £275 million a year as it looks to turn around its fortunes.
Equipment rental company Ashtead has said it expects to beat its full-year targets after positive growth in the US during the first half.
Record numbers of people are in work and average earnings are at their highest level for a decade, new figures reveal.
Aberdeen-based academic and oil expert John Scrimgeour has joined subsea consultancy firm Archer Knight as non-executive chairman.
Aberdeen-based Verus Petroleum has said it is moving to the “next phase” of growth after a 12-fold increase in its oil and gas production.
Shares in online retailer MySale plunged after the firm warned it will make a half-year loss amid challenging trading in its peak festive quarter.
The outgoing boss of pub company Greene King has been tapped to chair the group behind restaurants Cafe Rouge and Bella Italia.
Advertising giant WPP has revealed plans to slash annual costs by £275 million under a three-year overhaul as it looks to turn around its fortunes.
Troubled retailer Carpetright has unveiled stinging losses for a period in which it underwent a dramatic store closure programme.
Energy giant Shell has announced plans that will secure work for the St Fergus gas terminal near Peterhead for years to come.
Two sales at 20,000gns topped the Texel Select Seven event at Lanark while the breed’s inaugural Lanark Crackers sale was headed at 7,000gns.
Farmers are being offered help to improve tree planting schemes to make them more effective at capturing airborne ammonia and reducing air pollution.
Accountants have raised a dram to the chancellor as they predict a boost in new distillery development next year.
Business optimism in Scotland is at the lowest ebb ever recorded, the FSB has said.
Brexit is taking a “considerable bite” out of banking jobs and the City is preparing for more uncertainty as Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union becomes more protracted, according to a recruitment firm.
A British man has been charged in the US for allegedly participating in a 300 million US dollar (£239 million) scheme to defraud investors in a deal to take a London-listed healthcare company private.
Sterling tumbled to a 20-month low on Monday as Theresa May was forced to defer a Parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal.
Energy giant Shell has green lit a scheme to reroute gas from its Shearwater hub to St Fergus in Aberdeenshire.
The head of India’s central bank has resigned amid a growing split between the Indian government and the independent monetary policy authority.
The City watchdog has warned that top bosses in banking and asset management lack the knowledge to tackle cyber security issues effectively, and tend to dump responsibility on their IT departments.
Scottish institution working hard to bring balance to banking.
One Select has become the latest small energy supplier to cease trading this year amid continued turmoil in the sector.
Britain’s economy suffered a slowdown in the three months to October as a contraction in the manufacturing sector and falling car sales dragged on growth, amid continuing Brexit uncertainty.
The Co-operative Bank has confirmed that it will bid for a slice of the Royal Bank of Scotland’s £775 million fund which is aimed at increasing competition in Britain’s banking sector.
Shares in Government contractor Interserve have plummeted after the firm said shareholders are likely to see their stakes diluted as part of a plan to cut its debt.
The number of visits to town centres and shopping hubs in November dropped at the fastest rate since the recession, new figures suggest.
Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn, another executive and the carmaker itself have been charged by prosecutors in Tokyo with under-reporting income.
Hollywood Bowl has made record profits and revenues this year, and is plotting a string of new openings, the company said.
A Hebridean candle and scent company is planning for future growth with the opening of an Aberdeen store and the creation of five new jobs in the Highlands.
The Scottish Government’s spending plans for 2019/20 need to include policy support for farmers and the right financial tools to allow rural businesses to anticipate a prosperous future outside the EU, says NFU Scotland (NFUS).
The majority of farmers in New Zealand (NZ) believe agriculture should be taking steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) but, at the same time, most admit they don’t know the current emission rates for their own farms or what to do about them.