Giraffe and Ed’s Easy Diner will close 27 restaurants after a restructuring plan gained approval, triggering hundreds of job losses.
A buyer has been found for the Dundee construction firm McGill.
The Scottish Labour leader has repeated his belief that McGill should have been saved – amid suggestions of directors taking money from the firm in its dying days.
Scottish sales in February saw a 0.8% drop compared to last year with more uncertainty for consumers in the months ahead.
More than three quarters of former McGill apprentices left unemployed after the company collapsed have already found new roles.
Paperchase is set to close a small number of its shops as part of a restructuring plan, as it becomes the latest victim of the UK’s high street crisis.
A union official is calling for axed Dundee workers to be put at the top of the list for new jobs at a resurrected construction firm.
The preferred bidder to take over McGill has spoken of his excitement at buying the stricken Dundee firm.
A construction firm has been appointed the preferred bidder to take over stricken Dundee firm McGill.
Business insolvencies in Scotland have risen by 14% in a year, new figures indicate.
Up to £30 million per week is being spent on the delayed Crossrail project, it has emerged.
Administrators to failed cake chain Patisserie Valerie have confirmed the closure of 71 stores, resulting in 920 redundancies.
Cake chain Patisserie Valerie has collapsed into administration, putting more than 3,000 jobs at risk.
A second investigation has been launched by the UK’s accounting watchdog into KPMG’s auditing of collapsed construction giant Carillion.
A number of offers have been put forward for music retailer HMV, administrators have confirmed.
Scottish retailers will continue to face challenges in 2019 while recovering from the “worst real-terms December sales figures in 20 years”.
Hundreds of employees at a manufacturing plant in Livingston have lost their jobs the day before Christmas.
Administrators have been called in at a computer components firm in West Lothian, bringing uncertainty for more than 300 workers.
Partners at KPMG are celebrating a £601,200 payday after profits at the accountancy giant jumped in 2018.
Retail sales cooled last month as buoyant spending on food and drink spurred by the warm weather failed to offset a wider slowdown in consumer expenditure.