INVESTORS have wiped around £300 million off the stock market capitalisation of Wood Group after the Scottish oil services giant said it expected to suffer a sharp fall in earnings in its key engineering division next year.
SENIOR executives at Standard Life will have to own its shares even after they leave the group following an announcement from its fund management arm that it will demand such policies at the companies it invests in.
MORRISON Construction has secured a contract to build two temporary coach terminals for The 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles in addition to being the preferred partner for any additional construction works.
A CROSS-PARTY group of MPs has tabled a Commons early day motion highlighting that 'embedded swap' small business loans sold by Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks are excluded from the current regulatory review .
BUS and rail company Stagecoach has delighted the City with an 11% hike in its dividend on the back of strong trading in the United States and higher profits, but arch-rival FirstGroup is facing a fight against investor demands that it offload its American business.
A Scottish architecture practice that has worked on prestige projects like the masterplan for the enlarged Glasgow Caledonian University has become employee-owned ahead of a push for growth in the UK and Europe.
Macphie of Glenbervie, the family-owned food ingredients company, is investing £3 million at its sites in Aberdeenshire and South Lanarkshire to maintain profitability and employment through continuing innovation.