Fashion retailer Next has warned that it will have to lower its profits guidance for this year if the Indian summer continues throughout October.
Stronger economic conditions are boosting the recovery at Royal Bank of Scotland after it cut the amount of money it is setting aside to cover bad loans.
ABERDEEN Asset Management has predicted continuing market volatility but reassured investors that net outflows are slowing after an £8.8bn drain in the previous quarter.
THE co-owner of Scotland's largest independent restaurant chain, Di Maggio's, has highlighted a "great run" of trading as the company launches its long-awaited Anchor Line bar and grill in Glasgow.
DEFENCE firm BAE Systems has said its orders from the beginning of the year to August 23 totalled £7.9 billion, including £2.6 billion from non-US and UK markets.
GRAZE, the firm which delivers healthy snacks by post, said sales lifted 31 per cent to £52.7 million in the year to February 28.
STAMP trading firm Stanley Gibbons has agreed a deal to buy art and antiques dealer Mallett for £8.6 million.
Santander UK has confirmed the appointment of Nathan Bostock as its chief executive.
COMPASS, the largest caterer in the world, has said the strong pound will take a £1.2 billion bite out of its revenues for the year to September 30.
UTILITY giant SSE has confirmed it remains on course to raise its annual dividend in spite of challenging energy markets.
WATER transport business Troon Tugs is forecasting a significant uplift in revenue after agreeing a £700,000 funding package to help it buy a new landing craft.
NORTH Sea-focused Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with AGR for a well construction and project management contract.
MEDICAL device group AorTech has confirmed there has been no major movement in its ongoing legal dispute with former chief executive Frank Maguire.
Discount supermarket Aldi plans to open up to 65 new stores next year as it continues to step up the pressure on the Big Four grocery chains.
Compass, the largest caterer in the world, said the strong pound will take a £1.2 billion bite out of its revenues for the year to September 30.
The chairman of Balfour Beatty announced his intention to quit the troubled company today after it issued its third profits warning this year.