Kenneth Shand, who for over a decade headed one of Scotland's busiest legal teams advising on Scottish corporate deals, now finds himself in the dealmaking hotseat.
FORMER Sainsbury's chief executive Justin King is believed to have taken an advisory role at privately held supermarket supplier 2 Sisters.
Changes to the make-up of Tesco's board have continued with Britain's biggest retailer saying two of its non-executive directors will leave at the end of the month.
BRENDAN Dick, head of telecoms giant BT's business in Scotland, has been voted in as the new chair of the Scottish Council for Development and Industry economic development organisation.
Entries for the s1 Recruitment Awards 2015 close in nine days time, offering companies in an ever more competitive market the chance to get noticed.
GLASGOW Business Park 100 Borron Street has hired Keith Mackie as estate manager at the Port Dundas site.
Watching the Conservatives' pre-General Election advertising push get under way in earnest has conjured up thoughts of how companies might be marketing their products if they were to follow the example of the Tories.
EVERY year in January the Centre for Cities publishes a report on how the UK's cities are performing.
RYANAIR chief executive Michael O'Leary said this week that, if he had known that being nice to passengers would make the budget airline more money, he would have done it years ago.
AS he settles down to be interviewed in Maven Capital Partners' gleaming Glasgow headquarters, Bill Nixon has the air of a man at ease with his place in the world.
LAW firm MacRoberts has hired four new partners from DWF to boost its real estate.
IN this week's SME Focus we hear from a family-owned firm that took a successful change of direction after getting some fresh insight into strategic issues.
Robert Boag is to step down after six years running the UK's biggest property investment trust for Ignis in Glasgow, months after the takeover by Standard Life Investments.