While politicians in pre-election mode try to score political points over the imminent closure of Longannet, none are publicly shedding tears over the potential impact on Scotland's indigenous coal sector, which has long had the Fife plant as its biggest customer.
Royal Bank of Scotland has been given less than three weeks to hand over emails and other correspondence sent by former chief executive Fred Goodwin and former head of investment banking, Johnny Cameron, in the prelude to its October 2008 collapse.
New awards for Scotland's small towns will see communities from Aberdeenshire to Argyll and Bute benefit from over £6.4 million of funding, as part of Historic Scotland's Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme.
SCOTTISHPOWER has unveiled plans to recruit about 350 trainees, about half of them in Scotland, to help it undertake the huge volumes of engineering work involved in planned investment in its power networks.
SCOTT & Fyfe, the industrial textile maker, has returned to profit in its latest financial year - despite difficulties in the eurozone, unrest in Ukraine and the falling oil price curbing demand for its pipe fabric technology.
Alliance Trust is urging its 60,000 shareholders to vote against the election of three new directors to its board, claiming it would be the "thin end of the wedge" and appealing to the trust's "rich history".