DUNDEE-based Alliance Trust has reached a last-minute compromise in its battle with shareholder Elliott Advisors.
CENTRICA, which owns Scottish Gas, has said Budget tax cuts will provide little benefit for its North Sea arm this year as the slump in the oil price continues to take a toll on the business.
THE UK Government is reported to be set to oppose any attempt to take over BP, which has been tipped as a potential target for America's ExxonMobil following the oil price plunge.
BREWDOG has taken a five-year lease on an office in Glasgow city centre.
VIJAY Mallya, the Indian entrepreneur and former owner of Whyte & Mackay, has come under intense pressure to resign as chairman of United Spirits Limited (USL), the spirits firm majority owned by Diageo.
LITTLE'S, the family-owned chauffeur business, has made one of its biggest ever investments in a collection of luxury eco-friendly cars.
Self-storage firm Lok'nStore has said its pre-tax profit jumped 62 per cent to £1.5 million in the six months to January 31 after it opened new stores in Reading and Madienhead.
FORMER Morrisons boss Dalton Philips has received a cash bonus of more than £1 million for his final year with the company.
ROYAL Bank of Scotland, Lloyds, HSBC and Barclays are facing around £19 billion of conduct and litigation charges over the next two years, according to a report from Standard & Poor's (S&P).
JOHNSTON Press chief executive Ashley Highfield has received a pay package of £1.65 million.
OMEGA Diagnostics has hired Axis-Shield managing director Colin King to be its new chief operating officer.
EE, the UK's biggest mobile operator, said it is on track to sign up 14 million 4G customers by the end of the year.
A joint venture between Aberdeen Asset Management and Great Portland Estates (GPE) has sold an office and retail building in the west end of London for more than £222 million.
GLASGOW Chamber of Commerce has made the shortlist in a global award for its activities in creating jobs and supporting business development in the city.
FAMILY owned Castle Precision Engineering has seen an eight per cent rise in turnover from £16.9 million to £18.2m.
NINE businesses are collaborating with Perth & Kinross Council to promote the area as a renewable energy hub.