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.
Insurance company LV= has reported a good start to the year for its life and pensions business after a 19 per cent rise in first quarter sales to £412 million.
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.
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.
CALL centre group Webhelp UK is creating around 400 new jobs to effectively double the size of its operations in Dunoon and Kilmarnock.
Alliance Trust chairman Karin Forseke has said she is "fairly confident" of winning this week's vote on the election of three directors proposed by rebel shareholder Elliott Advisors.
It is four years since Alliance Trust wheeled out its defences against a rebel shareholder, but its finest PR guns will be polished and ready to face another guerrilla assault at this week's annual meeting in Dundee.
The Scottish Tourism Alliance trade body has leant its weight to a campaign for Scotland to follow England and end the controversial "beer tie" for tenanted pubs.
HSBC is considering selling off its high street bank which could speed up its exit from the UK, according to the Sunday Times.
A senior Dumfries and Galloway Council official has moved to reassure elected members over a police investigation into alleged corruption at council headquarters.