Devro's two executive directors failed to achieve a bonus for the second successive year, according to the company's annual report published yesterday.
TOM Cross has said the Parkmead Group he runs is eyeing seven acquisition targets in the UK North Sea as the fall in the oil price creates opportunities for the firm to make some cheeky offers.
CAIRN Energy chief executive Simon Thomson received a pay package of close to £1.1 million, the oil explorer's annual report has revealed.
THE chairman of Optos, Peter Fellner, has said the proposed £259m takeover of the eye test technology firm by Nikon could help boost its growth prospects and be good news for employees.
Aberdeen Asset Management has bought out SVG Capital's stake in their joint venture vehicle for £29 million.
Baillie Gifford has replaced the management of its £900million Monks global investment trust with another in-house team.
Strathmore Foods, the Forfar-based chilled and frozen food producer, saw pre-tax profits top £1m in the year to June 30 2014.
CHIVAS Brothers, the Scotch whisky distiller, has seen profits slide by more than 16 per cent amid headwinds in key export markets.
SCOTTISHPOWER has unveiled plans to recruit about 350 trainees, about half of them in Scotland, to help it undertake the huge volumes of engineering work involved in planned investment in its power networks.
State-backed Royal Bank of Scotland has agreed the sale of the international arm of the Queen's bank Coutts as part of its plan to focus on its UK operations.
SCOTTISH banker Niall Booker has extended his contract with the Co-operative Bank to oversee the next two years of its turnaround which will involve further job cuts and branch closures.
INDEPENDENT optical chain Black & Lizars has underlined its appetite for acquisitions after growing profits six per cent amid difficult trading conditions.
Zonal Retail Data Systems, the market-leading maker of electronic tills for the hospitality sector, has reported a third successive fall in profits despite a 27per cent rise in sales.
PRODUCE Investments, the potato and daffodil supplier, has reported a sharp fall in first half profits after the supermarket price wars and a supply glut weighed on trading.
ACCOUNTANCY firm Scott-Moncrieff is expanding its presence in the Highlands through a merger with Callander Colgan.
DRAMBUIE saw a fall in turnover and profits in the financial year prior to its sales to William Grant & Sons, accounts have shown.