Company News Archive

  • Tuesday 23 September 2014

    EDINBURGH International Conference Centre (EICC) has appointed a new chief executive.

  • Tuesday 23 September 2014

    KELSO-based retailer A Hume Country Clothing has lifted two titles at the prestigious Drapers Independents Awards in London.

  • Tuesday 23 September 2014

    PROPERTY group Helical Bar has bought two retail warehouses in Harrogate and Stockport for £12 million, giving it a steady income stream.

  • Tuesday 23 September 2014

    ABERDEEN Asset Management has obtained regulatory approval to buy 80 per cent of Indonesia's PT NISP Asset Management,the company has confirmed.

  • Tuesday 23 September 2014

    EDINBURGH surveying firms McNeill Maguire & McCreath and Allied Surveyors have said they will amalgamate on October 1, writes Scott Wright.

  • Tuesday 23 September 2014

    THE Bay Fish & Chips in Stonehaven and compostable cutlery provider Vegware are among the 17 finalists for the 2014 European Business Awards for the environment.

  • Tuesday 23 September 2014

    FINSBURY Foods, the cake maker which is a big employer in Scotland, said it is investing in high-tech production facilities at its Hamilton plant after ­growing profits 18 per cent amid challenging conditions.

  • Tuesday 23 September 2014

    TOTAL has underlined its ­enthusiasm for the West of Shetland area by acquiring a further 10 per cent of a gas discovery there.

  • Tuesday 23 September 2014

    MENSWEAR specialist Moss Bros has posted a fall in first-half profit as it revamps stores and adjusts for changing tastes in suit hire.

  • Tuesday 23 September 2014

    A LAW firm which specialises in human rights, asylum seeker and immigration cases has secured bank funding to move to a larger office.

  • Monday 22 September 2014

    Menswear specialist Moss Bros posted a fall in first-half profit today as it revamps stores and adjusts for changing tastes in suit hire.

  • Monday 22 September 2014

    Supermarket giant Tesco suffered fresh humiliation today after a shock admission that it overstated its profits guidance by £250 million.

  • Monday 22 September 2014

    THE chief executive of IT and telecoms provider Pinnacle Technology Group has warned his turnaround programme to return the AIM-listed business to profit will take time to bear fruit.

  • Monday 22 September 2014

    THE AA is expected to produce a solid set of half-year results on Tuesday, the first since its June flotation valued the business at £1.4 billion.

  • Monday 22 September 2014

    LAW firm Ledingham Chalmers has reported record annual turnover helped by a strong flow of corporate transactions and growing risk management work.

  • Monday 22 September 2014

    Housebuilder Miller Group is tipped by the Sunday Times to finally press forward with its long anticipated stock market flotation and announce a timetable for a listing this week.

  • Sunday 21 September 2014

    A master brewer from Aberdeenshire is at the forefront of an Estonian "craft beer revolution", which is seeing Scots brewing technology know-how powering a Baltic beer boom.

  • Sunday 21 September 2014

    Creating a new generation of robots that can see, react, learn and adapt to the world around them with minimal or no human control will be the main thrust of a new robotics centre which opens in Edinburgh tomorrow.

  • Sunday 21 September 2014

    Scotland's vigorous two-and-a-half-year democratic work-out has left an obvious gulf to be bridged - the one between the two tribes of Yes and No.

  • Sunday 21 September 2014

    Although far less evenly balanced than the wider division of Scottish society into Yes and No camps, the business debate over independence spawned passionate supporters on both sides.

  • Sunday 21 September 2014

    People in Shetland have been left frustrated by a stand-off between an energy company and the regulator that has put a stop to the building of a long-awaited new power station and shows no sign of early resolution.

  • Sunday 21 September 2014

    CBI Scotland last week appointed Edinburgh head-hunting company FWB Park Brown to find a replacement for its director, Iain McMillan, who retires at the end of this month after 19 years.

  • Saturday 20 September 2014

    A MARQUEE and tent hire business has blamed a 19 per cent dip in profits on a lack of major one-off events but has forecast a large rise in its current trading year.

  • Saturday 20 September 2014

    A FIFE-based garage group has made its first move into the west of Scotland by opening a branch in East Kilbride.

  • Saturday 20 September 2014

    AN OIL services company says a £32 million investment in the central belt will preserve manufacturing jobs in Scotland and help it continue to access increasingly important international markets.

  • Saturday 20 September 2014

    SCOTTISH Mortgage Investment Trust has more than trebled its money two years after becoming an early investor in Alibaba, the Chinese retail giant that has pulled off the biggest ever debut on the American stock markets.

  • Saturday 20 September 2014

    PETROCELTIC, the Middle East North Africa focused oil and gas firm, has won a new exploration licence in Egypt with joint venture partner Edison International Spa.

  • Saturday 20 September 2014

    AVIVA has sold its holding in joint venture CxG Aviva to NCG Banco for £226 million.

  • Saturday 20 September 2014

    THE fast-growing accounting software provider FreeAgent has signed up 2,000 clients in one deal.

  • Friday 19 September 2014

    INDEPENDENT holiday firm Barrhead Travel has posted a record annual turnover in spite of demand for cruises remaining muted.