The latest Royal Bank of Scotland Report on Jobs found temporary billings had risen at their steepest rate since June 2007.
Thirty jobs created as FoundOcean awarded contract to supply underwater grouting for 100 offshore wind turbines.
High street retailer targets an additional 30 stores for closure after being hit hard by coronavirus lockdowns.
Tech 'unicorns' in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Motherwell identified as fast-growing companies.
Unemployment rate for those aged 16 and over was 4.3%, a 0.2% drop on the previous quarter.
New financial report finds businesses are taking on more staff for the first time since January 2020
CBI Scotland wants UK and Scottish governments to give more details about how and when coronavirus restrictions will be eased.
One in six Scottish shop premises now lies empty, according to Scottish Retail Consortium.
Some 9% of firms said they expected to reduce staffing levels in the next year, compared to 20% of firms in March.
Accountancy firm KPMG finds investment in fast-growth Scottish businesses slowed in the first quarter of 2021.
UK’s second largest restaurant operator eyes a rapid recovery after a tough year in the face of pandemic restrictions.
GDP remains 7.4% lower than before the pandemic, the figures estimate.
Construction firm says Fife site will be used for the fabrication and load-out of eight wind turbine generator foundation jackets.
Scotland’s working-age population is expected to stay relatively stable if current migration levels are maintained.
New figures from the Royal Bank of Scotland shows economic activity lags behind most parts of the UK.
Operating profit down 19% year-on-year, well ahead of initial expectations due to a strong second-half performance.
Bakery chain says it remains positive for the future and has committed to opening 100 new stores in 2021.
Scottish Tory leader will outline proposals for a £500 grant that aims to help people learn new skills and build their careers.
Mike Russell said the latest figures on trade with EU countries showed the 'clear impact' of post-Brexit arrangements.
Five industry organisations have submitted changes to the levels system which they said would save 68,000 jobs.