A supermarket chain’s bid to open a fourth shop in Dundee could fall at the first hurdle after planners called for its latest plan to be rejected by councillors.
A no-deal Brexit could lead to the UK’s first recession for a decade, according to new analysis.
Scottish spending on takeaways increased by 9% last year to cross the £1 billion mark, according to new figures.
Staff working at a local furniture firm claim to have not been kept in the picture over its future after it emerged the company may be running into difficulty.
Donald Trump has called on the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates by at least a full percentage point “over a fairly short period of time”, saying it would make the US economy even better and would “greatly and quickly” enhance the global economy.
Gordon Brown has suggested that the Government’s response to another potential economic downturn would be “very different” from his actions during the 2008 financial crash.
A local businessman’s plans for a new sandwich shop in a former city centre bank have been given the go-ahead.
Growth in the UK’s key service industries picked up faster than predicted, but economists have still warned that the economy is “only just” avoiding recession.
One of the world’s largest wind farms should provide a £2.4 billion boost to the economy over its lifetime, according to new research.
Up to 40 jobs will be created when discount shop chain B&M opens its third Dundee store, the company has confirmed.
China’s economic growth slowed to its lowest level in a decade in the quarter ending in June, adding to pressure on Chinese leaders as they fight a tariff war with Washington.
The UK economy bounced back to monthly growth in May as a recovery in car production drove a rise in output.
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The UK’s construction output has plummeted at its steepest rate since 2009, as Brexit uncertainty and weaker demand hit all major areas of the industry.
Jobseekers will have the opportunity to be trained up in warehousing in a new scheme run by Forth Ports and Dundee’s job centre.
REVEALED: Plans to ‘significantly’ revitalise Dundee dilapidated industrial estate to create new hub for city
Plans to “significantly” revitalise a dilapidated industrial estate and create a new trade counter for Dundee’s builders have been revealed.
A new report suggests Dundee’s high streets and retail parks have been “blighted” with closures in the last year.
The collapse of Dundee building firm McGill may lead to a rise in out-of-town firms coming into the city to pick up their abandoned contracts.
The gates of McGill & Co remained locked yesterday as recently laid-off employees tried to return their company vehicles.
Fresh plans have been unveiled to give a new lease of life to a once-popular city pub.