Littlewoods and Very.co.uk group Shop Direct has secured a £75 million equity injection from owners, the billionaire Barclay brothers, as it looks to cover a hefty payment protection insurance bill.
Business confidence has hit its lowest level for more than seven years, new research suggests.
Business confidence in Scotland has risen, but is still at the lowest level in the UK, new research has found.
Thomas Cook’s former auditor, PwC, was paid £21 million for providing consultancy and non-audit work for the travel firm between 2007 and 2016, MPs have been told.
The Government has been urged to give business an “iron-clad guarantee” that it will not seek to take the UK out of the EU without a deal on October 31.
British businesses have reacted with “guarded relief” to the Government’s breakthrough in Brexit talks with the EU, but warned certainty was still a long way off for under-pressure firms.
Andrea Leadsom has compared the way businesses are having to prepare for Brexit to getting ready for “bad weather”.
A documentary examining the Dundee Timex factory dispute will be screened tonight on the BBC Scotland digital channel.
Many firms now ask new recruits for details about their background – such as the school they attended, or if their parents are university-educated, according to a new report.
The future of one of the Overgate’s most prominent stores is still unclear weeks after Sports Direct announced it was to open a new shop in Dundee.
Thomas Cook staff left in limbo are preparing to go without their wages on Monday – which should have been their payday – following the collapse of the travel giant.
The future of a paper mill has been secured and hundreds of jobs saved after a management buyout.
A no-deal Brexit could lead to the UK’s first recession for a decade, according to new analysis.
Credit card company Mastercard has showcased technologies such as augmented reality as part of its work on the future of shopping and payments.
Betting group William Hill has said it plans to close around 700 betting shops across the UK, with 4,500 jobs at risk.
The footwear chain Office is considering a restructuring programme that could see the closure of some of its 100 branches, according to reports.
Bathstore has gone into administration, putting 531 jobs and 135 stores at risk.
A Dundee company that operates a prominent kitchen and bathroom showroom and plumbing merchant is to close with the loss of 12 jobs.
Around 1,800 jobs are being axed at insurance giant Aviva over the next three years as part of an overhaul to save £300 million a year.
Almost half of people in Scotland do not have the full range of essential digital skills demanded by employers in the modern workplace, according to a new report.