Elder, an app that connects vulnerable elderly people with healthcare professionals, is seeking its next round of funding as the firm looks to scale up and reach £1 billion of sales.
Royal Mail has appointed former British Airways boss Keith Williams to be its new permanent chairman as the group grapples with the fast-changing delivery market.
Fresh plans for industrial action on some North Sea platforms have been announced by the trade union Unite.
Delaying Brexit will consign Britain’s already weak economy to “sluggish” growth and risks a further manufacturing exodus until a deal is struck, a former Bank of England rate-setter has warned.
Sir Philip Green is preparing to launch a dramatic restructuring plan for his retail empire, which could come at the cost of hundreds of jobs.
Workers at Glasgow Airport are to be balloted over strike action in a dispute over pay and pensions.
Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley has called for a clean sweep at the top of Debenhams and proposed installing himself as an executive at the troubled department store chain.
LK Bennett – a brand favoured by the Duchess of Cambridge – has collapsed into administration, putting around 500 jobs at risk.
The FTSE 100 on Wednesday was lifted by the weak pound, which fell after UK Attorney General Geoffrey Cox admitted that little headway was made in Brexit negotiations with European Union officials.
British Airways owner International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) has posted rising revenue and profit despite an adverse impact from foreign exchange rates and higher fuel costs.
Donald Trump’s Scottish golf resort is on the hunt for staff after announcing the creation of 100 new jobs.
Clarks has appointed Giorgio Presca as its new chief executive to replace previous boss Mike Shearwood, who resigned last year in controversial circumstances.
The taskforce set up to help workers at Honda find new jobs after their factory closes held its first meeting on Wednesday.
Honda’s decision to close its Swindon plant is the latest blow to the UK’s car manufacturing industry, with news of the move emerging 39 days before the Brexit deadline.
Honda is planning to close its plant in Swindon with the loss of more than 3,000 jobs.
EDF Energy is to close a coal-fired power station because of “challenging market conditions” and the drive to decarbonise electricity generation.
Around 15 million households will see their energy prices rise after regulator Ofgem hiked price caps designed to protect those on poor value deals.
Companies supporting the oil and gas sector have seen their turnover decline for the third year in a row, a new report revealed.
The UK Government has been told it needs to step up “urgently” to protect the future of Scotland’s oil and gas industry.
A significant new gas discovery has been made in the North Sea.
Unemployment in Scotland has fallen below 100,000 for the first time, new figures have revealed.
Confidence in the outlook for the UK oil and gas sector has increased almost fourfold in two years, an industry survey found.
The Scottish Government has been included in a list of the 100 most LGBT inclusive employers in the UK.
Staff at a manufacturing plant in Livingston were allowed to carry on working despite bosses knowing they would not be paid.
Business leaders from across the farming and food and drink industry in Scotland have called on politicians to avoid a “no deal” Brexit.
About 200 left-wing activists have staged a “yellow vest” protest in Belfast city centre.
The boss of a clinical waste firm has insisted he is “still fighting” for workers – despite staff having to turn to foodbanks after not being paid when the firm ceased trading.
The impact Brexit could have on Scotland’s construction sector is to be probed by a Holyrood committee.
Councils should be permitted to use a £50 million fund set up to help Scotland’s struggling high streets to cut business rates, according to retailers.
Michelin bosses have given Scottish Economy Secretary Derek Mackay until the end of the month to come up with a plan that could save the closure-threatened Dundee site.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has said the “grotesque” and ongoing unfairness in pay at the BBC is offensive.
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