The cost of doing business crisis remains the overriding concern for Scottish firms according to the latest Addleshaw Goddard Scottish Business Monitor report, which showed a glimmer of hope with overall business sentiment returning to positive territory after slipping into the red last year. Produc
New data from financial mutual Scottish Friendly has revealed that the number of new stocks and shares ISA policies opened by adults in Scotland fell 17% year-on-year in the three months to December 2022. Sales in the run-up to Christmas were significantly lower than the previous year and the value
Conditions in the commercial property market in Scotland deteriorated at the end of last year, according to the latest Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Commercial Property Monitor as the industry faces a challenging environment. Overall demand from both occupiers and investors fell in
Businessman, founding partner of Wolfcraig Distillers and former Whyte & Mackay chief Michael Lunn has passed away at the age of 80 following a short illness. Mr Lunn worked up until the day before he passed away at Wolfcraig Distillers, the company he founded with business partner John Moo
Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has leased the upper floors of Glasgow's iconic Teacher building to Sonder and is bringing to market a prime city centre bar and restaurant opportunity on the ground and lower ground floors.
After conducting a nine-month trial of a four-day working week, the Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC) has made the new working schedule official, having seen no loss of productivity and a significant improvement in company culture and staff morale. Managers at the non-profit organisation ba
Blackadders has appointed Annie Fleming to a newly created chief financial officer role. Ms Fleming will have responsibility for all the financial actions of the firm including ensuring compliance with the Law Society of Scotland Account rules, billing and credit control, cashflow management, and fi