AGGREKO, the Glasgow-based temporary power supplier, has posted a 13 per cent fall in pre-tax profits as it cited tough trading conditions in the Asia Pacific region.
EXOVA Group, the materials testing specialist, has reported a four per cent in underlying earnings in the year it floated on the London Stock Exchange.
BOWLEVEN has hit complications with its exploration activity in Africa.
Carrington Dean, the insolvency adviser, has established a support centre in Dublin offering free expert consultations to people with serious debt problems.
PRIVATE equity star Jon Moulton has increased his investment in La Favorita Delivered by 50 per cent ahead of the Edinburgh Italian food chain's move into Glasgow.
Brightwork Group, the Glasgow and Edinburgh based recruitment specialist, is on the hunt for acquisitions South of the border.
Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Ross McEwan has warned that past misconduct will continue to dog the bank this year despite its culture change initiatives and dividend hopes.
DRYGATE Brewing Company has revealed it is on track to turn over more than £700,000 in its first year of trading.
Baker Greggs said annual profits jumped 41% as fresh coffee and calorie-conscious sandwiches helped boost sales growth to an eight year high.
TOUCH Bionics, the pioneering Scottish company specialising in upper-limb prosthetic technologies, has appointed life sciences sector veteran John Brown as its chairman.
ROYAL Bank of Scotland is to give up the plush executive wing of its Gogarburn headquarters, which was once home to Fred Goodwin, and turn it into a hub for entrepreneurs.
STAGECOACH has reported solid year-on-year growth in revenues across its UK bus and rail and North American operations, and declared that it remains on track to meet its earnings expectations for the year to April 30.
ENERGY Assets, the Livingston-based meter specialist, has returned to the acquisition trail in England with a deal to buy a gas engineering firm for up to around £5 million.
LAW firm MacRoberts has predicted a growing number of Scottish business owners will consider making an exit this year.
THE chief executive of sausage skin manufacturer Devro has insisted that 2014 was a "good year" - in spite of profits being hit by a major restructuring programme.
Prospects for a takeover of medical equipment maker Smith & Nephew have dimmed leading its shares to tumble.