Hobgoblin's status as the "unofficial beer of Halloween" lifted pub chain Marston's today as more drinkers turn away from big beer brands.
Graham's the Family Dairy has posted a 30 per cent increase in profits for the year to March and said it is on course to achieve further growth in the current period.
EDINBURGH-based Apex Hotels has revealed a move into the Glasgow market, while unveiling a 37 per cent jump in underlying annual pre-tax profits.
THE company behind Scotland's best-selling lager has thrown its weight behind calls for Westminster legislation which will radically reform the pub tenancy market in England to be introduced in Scotland.
UK STEEL Enterprise (UKSE) has invested £500,000 in the management buyout of Ayrshire-based Scotia Double Glazing, one of its biggest-ever deals in Scotland.
THE man who leads the action group of National Australia Bank customers claiming to have been mis-sold complex business loans is claiming a significant retreat by the bank in the Court of Session.
OMEGA Diagnostics has increased first half profits by 32 per cent but hit further problems with the Visitect HIV-testing kit for which it has high hopes.
GAP Hire Solutions has launched a vehicle-hire division, tying in with its 2015 growth plans.
JOHNSTON Carmichael, which has headquarters in Aberdeen, has been named National Firm of the Year at the British Accountancy Awards 2014.
Scottish Salmon has followed record half-year results with a strong performance in the traditionally challenging third quarter.
DOBBIES Garden Centres has seen its profits dip from £7.3 million to £6.7m in its most recent financial year.
Robinsons squash firm Britvic has seen annual profits jump 23% on the back of sales of more health conscious fizzy drinks such as sugar free Pepsi Max.
Thomas Cook shares have slumped after the holidays giant announced the shock departure of the woman credited with securing its survival.
ALEXANDER Dennis has secured an order for up to 400 buses from Canadian transport company Metrolinx, which is believed to be worth about £300 million.
CRIEFF Hydro has seen a six per cent rise in turnover during its most recent financial year and is positioned for further growth as a number of acquisitions begin to bed in.
NATIONWIDE and other mutuals have loaned £33 billion to support the economy in the past three years while banks have loaned minus £1bn, the UK's major building society has said.