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Businesses will be "relieved" that the uncertainty of a hung parliament has been avoided following the Conservatives' shock election victory.

Scotland should have greater devolved power over business to help generate growth and attract investment, deputy first minister John Swinney has argued.

The leaders of the Confederation of British Industry's national network of businesses have issued a joint call to the people of Scotland to stay in the United Kingdom.

The Scottish Government has today called for further powers to deliver at least 40% female representation on public boards.

New figures announced today show that more Scottish-based companies than ever before have been supported to expand internationally.

The latest figures from UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) suggest Britain is a ‘sweet spot’ in Europe for overseas investors looking to put their money to work, with inward investment into the country at its highest since records began in the 1980s.

Scotland's GDP grew by one per cent in the first quarter of 2014, taking it past a pre-recession peak to a record level, according to new figures.

Female employment in Scotland is at its highest level since comparable records began in 1992, according to new labour market statistics published by ONS,

A debate in the Scottish Parliament later today will seek to demonstrate the devolved government’s commitment to supporting the country’s entrepreneurs.

BrewDog, Scotland's largest independent brewery, is opening its first craft beer bottle shop in London as it looks to tap into the growing thirst for craft beer and home brewing.

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