The chairman of Scottish tech firm Wolfson Microelectronics has made a million selling shares in the company.

The company creates chips which are used in a plethora of devices, including iPods.

Company chairman David John Carey sold 200,000 of his shares early this week, raising £5.57 per share to generate a tidy £1,114,000, The Herald reports.

It's the third time in six months Carey has sold shares, which are peaking as the company sees success from the new generation of portable devices.