Scotland's major banks were to the fore when virtually all of our share tips pushed higher on Friday morning in a knee-jerk reaction to the referendum result.
THE Edinburgh hotel sector overtook Aberdeen in terms of revenue per available room in June, as the tourist season got into full swing, a survey has shown.
The FTSE 100 Index lifted after the Scottish referendum No vote ended a long run of uncertainty for the London market.
Companies with Scottish links led the FTSE 100 Index higher as a relief rally took hold on financial markets following the rejection of independence.
Traders set aside concerns over the Scottish referendum result and reacted positively to European Central Bank moves to strengthen the region's lenders.
BUSINESSES have been warned that excluding women from senior jobs is not just hurting their employees' career prospects - it can be harmful to the company's productivity.
FACTORY export order books have weakened to their worst level since January 2013 partly as a result of political uncertainty at home and abroad, the CBI has said.
With the Scottish independence vote looming traders again shied away from big bets which left the FTSE-100 Index in negative territory.
Scottish Business in the Community has launched a post-referendum manifesto calling for businesses to help build an inclusive Scotland.
THE value of Scottish retail sales in August was down on the same month of 2013, in stark contrast to a significant year-on-year rise in the UK as a whole, industry figures have revealed.
The FTSE 100 Index fell for the second day this week as traders sat on their hands ahead of the Scottish referendum and this week's meeting of US policymakers.
SCOTTISH Chambers of Commerce has welcomed news of a further fall in UK inflation, believing the latest drop gives the Bank of England further scope to hold off from raising benchmark interest rates for now.
THE prospect of another round of merger deals in the drinks industry failed to drag the FTSE 100 Index into positive territory.
THE announcement that the Scottish Government's Help to Buy Scheme has allocated its £140m budget only three months into the current funding year was a surprise.
SMALL business confidence has dropped significantly in Scotland in the third quarter of the year to below the UK average, but remains higher than at this stage last year.
We cashed in our chips with three share sales last week as stock markets took fright over the nail- biting climax to Scotland's great independence debate.