Union bosses are calling for jobs and newspaper titles to be protected as publisher Johnston Press enters administration.
Roasted crickets are now on the menu at Sainsbury’s as it becomes the first UK supermarket to stock edible insects.
A new charter has been drawn up in a bid to ensure bosses treat their staff fairly if severe weather hits Scotland this winter.
Politicians, business leaders and trade unions will join forces in a bid to save the closure-threatened Michelin tyre factory in Dundee.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said her thoughts are with workers at the closure-threatened Michelin tyre factory in Dundee as she pledged to leave “no stone unturned” in attempts to secure its future.
Michelin bosses have given Scottish Economy Secretary Derek Mackay until the end of the month to come up with a plan that could save the closure-threatened Dundee site.
Michelin has agreed to consider Scottish Government proposals that could save its closure-threatened Dundee tyre plant, MSPs have been told.
The Scottish Government will do all it can to secure the future of Michelin workers affected by the planned closure of the Dundee plant, Economy Secretary Derek Mackay has said.
The trade union representing workers at the Michelin tyre plant in Dundee said hope remains some jobs can be saved after the company announced plans to halt production within two years.
Talks are due to take place to discuss whether there is a “viable option” to secure the future of the Michelin tyre factory in Dundee.
Talks are expected to take place following the decision by Michelin to close its Dundee tyre factory in the next couple of years.
Michelin has announced plans to close its Dundee tyre factory within the next couple of years.
Workers on Arriva Rail North are to stage seven fresh strikes on Saturdays until the end of the year in the long-running dispute over guards.
Workers on Arriva Rail North are to stage five fresh strikes on Saturdays in the run-up to Christmas in the long-running dispute over guards.
A landmark ruling that Uber drivers are “workers” and therefore entitled to employment rights should be upheld, the Court of Appeal has heard.
A landmark ruling that Uber drivers are “workers” ignored the fact that the relationship between the company and its drivers is “typical of the private hire industry”, the Court of Appeal has heard.
A new report has set out recommendations for the management and development of North Sea oil wells.
Hundreds of workers from the so-called gig economy are to stage a demonstration ahead of the latest legal hearing over their employment rights.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has said the “grotesque” and ongoing unfairness in pay at the BBC is offensive.
A £54 million pharmaceutical production centre has been opened by the First Minister.
An Infrastructure Commission is to be set up to advise Scottish ministers on their plans to invest £7 billion in projects such as schools, hospitals and transport.
Business confidence in Scotland has dipped by 10 points in the past month, new research shows.
A long-running dispute between workers on three North Sea rigs and the energy giant Total has come to an end after protracted negotiations.
The number of restaurants going bust has almost quadrupled over the last decade, highlighting how “precarious” the market is, new analysis has found.
Sports Direct board members have discussed a possible merger between Debenhams and House of Fraser, a company director has revealed.
Sports Direct chairman Keith Hellawell has said he will step down from the company, ending a controversial nine-year tenure in the role.
Galliford Try’s annual profits surged 145% as the company recovered from hefty charges linked to major infrastructure projects a year earlier.
Energy giant SSE has warned half-year profits will tumble 50% after suffering the effects of higher gas prices and dry, still and warm weather.
Pub company JD Wetherspoon is to increase its range of drinks from UK and non-EU producers from later this month, it has announced.
Jobs are under threat at Michelin’s Dundee tyre factory amid an “influx” of cheaper foreign imports into the European market.