One of Scotland’s longest standing manufacturer and installer of solar PV panels, AES Solar, has set up shop in Scotland’s capital city due to increased demand for its products.
An increased demand in premium products has helped German supermarket giants ring up sales of almost £1 billion in the UK during December.
North hoteliers are hoping Theresa May’s departure from Downing Street will not stand in the way of top-level talks they have demanded on their “pressing fears” over Brexit.
Transport for London (TfL) fares will remain frozen for another year, Sadiq Khan has confirmed.
Almost one in five parents have had to leave their jobs because of the cost of childcare, a new study suggests.
It's not what you think at first but Lidl have created a new tartan based on food.
House prices are “going nowhere” amid Brexit uncertainty and a looming General Election, according to experts, as an index showed annual growth in property values slumped to its lowest levels in over six years in October.
Warnings have been issued that small businesses in Moray could “stagnate” due to uncertainties surrounding Brexit.
The average house price is predicted to be £35,000 higher in five years’ time as “Brexit and election-related angst” subsides, according to a report.
Just one in 20 so-called Black Friday “deals” are cheaper during the shopping bonanza than at other times of the year, an investigation from Which? has found.
Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden took home nearly £18 million in pay last year as a reward for spearheading the energy giant’s “transformation”.
Accountants have raised a dram to the chancellor as they predict a boost in new distillery development next year.
Cryptocurrencies are all the rage at the moment. Ian Forsyth tries to decide if they are the future for finance . . . or a very big bubble that’s about to burst.
A House of Lords committee has raise serious concerns about the implementation of changes to rules on fishing for the UK's fleet.
Thousands of north and north-east households will have a new name at the top of their energy bills next year if regulators approve a £500 million takeover of SSE’s domestic supply arm.
Fears for hundreds of jobs as the future of one of the north-east’s last remaining paper mills hangs in the balance
One of the last remaining paper mills in the north-east of Scotland is desperately seeking a new owner - prompting fears over the future of 500 jobs.
Score Group’s Conrad Ritchie is the latest winner of the annual Grampian Industrialist of the Year.
An Aberdeen bar which was created in a bid to diversify in the midst of the oil and gas downturn has been named best in Scotland for its wine selection.
Housebuilder Barratt Developments has posted a hefty rise in annual profits as it hailed an “outstanding” year.
An Orkney jeweller has been commissioned to recreate a, 1,400-year-old Pictish necklace which is kept in the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.
A solar farm at Mackie’s of Scotland generated enough power to make more than 725,000 gallons of the Aberdeenshire dairy firm’s ice-cream during the first year of green-energy production.
Unlawful wage discrimination may be more widespread than previously feared, as equal pay remains a “distant dream” for many women, a new study suggests.
A profit warning from Kier Group wiped nearly £260 million from the construction and property services firm’s market value yesterday.
Highland Slaters is celebrating 40 years in business this year. The traditional slating company was established by James MacRae Sr in 1978 and today specialises in all aspects of traditional and modern roofing. Here, to mark the 40th anniversary of this Highland success story, we speak to James MacRae Jr, the founder’s son, as he looks back to when he first began working with his Dad as an apprentice. James, who now runs Highland Slaters, also celebrates the successes of the family-run firm and reveals his hopes for the future of the business.
More than half of Highlands and Islands businesses plan to take on new staff in the coming year, new research has revealed.
Dixons Carphone shares plummeted yesterday after the retailer announced a plunge into the red.
An Aberdeen-based subsea technology firm is celebrating a double milestone after completing its 500th project in its 25th year.
Wind farms owner The Renewables Infrastructure Group (TRIG) has announced soaring profits a year after being hit by the UK Government decision to end subsidies for onshore projects.
The number of homes being repossessed has jumped compared with a year ago, figures show.
Households are buying fewer grocery items than last year despite speculation about stockpiling ahead of Brexit, figures show.
Consumers will buy cars in a similar way to ordering groceries online within a decade, according to an industry trader.
Brewing giant Heineken has said strong demand for a non-alcoholic variant of its flagship lager helped it to higher profits in 2018.