The almost £500 million investment will boost Scotland’s oil and gas sector.
The company will be hiring staff to work on mobile technology to enhance safety and health in the oil and gas sector.
Scotland’s capital takes the top spot for technology companies, according to KMPG's 'Tech Monitor' report.
FanDuel will work with the NBA to launch a series of new games.
The Edinburgh-based company plans to take on 15 extra staff within the next six months.
The project will generate £323 million for the Scottish economy.
The life sciences campus has been awarded approximately £500,000 to support business creation activity.
The company plans to increase staff after securing two orders worth a total of more than £2 million.
The company employs 4,000 people, most of these in Scotland.
4J Studios is looking to grow its staff at premises in Dundee and East Linton.
Geniac, a business services centre that offers accounting, legal, HR and insurance services to SMEs, is to take on over 385 skilled workers over the next three years.
Dr O’Neil founder and CEO of NovaBiotics, the Aberdeen-based, clinical-stage biotechnology company has been named EY UK Health Products & Services Entrepreneur of the Year 2014.
The report suggests that new talent will be needed to capitalise on this opportunity.
The travel search engine company has been called "one of the best technology companies ever to come out of Europe".
MGB Biopharma secures £4.0 million to develop a new antibacterial drug.
The engineering firm's new technology centre will be completed by spring 2015.
The Scottish oil and gas firm is embarking on a new £10 million expansion project.
The jobs will be at their new global delivery centre, which will focus on customer experience and technology innovation.
The company is expanding its Scottish IT and customer management divisions.
Across 2013/2014 J.P. Morgan's Global Wealth Management (GWM) line of business embarked on an ambitious plan to expand their technology footprint in the Glasgow location.
Precious Cells Group in London has acquired BioCity-based Pharmacells.
The Aberdeen-based gas company is recruiting staff for its new facility in Heartlands Business Park in West Lothian.
The French developer plans to work on a secret title in Scotland.
Cooper Software is expanding thanks to a £700,000 cash injection.
The global restaurant guide plans to extend its web and app presence to Edinburgh and Glasgow.
New state-of-the-art Imaging Centre for Excellence (ICE) in Glasgow will be home to 260 staff from academia and industry.
Talented software developers at J.P.Morgan's Centre of Excellence in Glasgow push the boundaries.
Jobs at their new process engineering plant will be phased in by 2018.
BT is recruiting across the country from Wick to Dumfries, as well as in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Inverness.
Scotland's first satellite, designed and manufactured by Clyde Space in Glasgow, was launched on Tuesday 8th July.
The Selkirk-based energy supplier is expanding thanks to a £200,000 investment.
The jobs will support the roll-out of its current account.
Simon Thompson, Chief Executive of the Chartered Banker Institute, shares his thoughts on why Scotland plays an important role in the global financial sector.
Biogelx, a spin-out from the University of Strathclyde, had the winning pitch at a conference for start-up companies in Edinburgh.
NuCana BioMed has secured funding to further develop its portfolio of anti-cancer treatments.
The Edinburgh Genome Foundry will build and study DNA to inform the development of products with applications in health, agriculture and biofuels.
An Edinburgh-based biopharmaceutical company has secured financing of $57m (£34m) to fund development of its portfolio of anti-cancer medicines.