Green power is meeting more than half of Scottish electricity demand for the first time, new figures show.
The development of new hydroelectric power schemes will no longer be economically viable if the UK Government continues to cut subsidies, a London-based investment fund has warned.
Scotch whisky’s rivals will enjoy boom times between 2015 and 2020, with growth of nearly 5% per year, according to a new study.
Scottish builder Miller Group said yesterday demand for new offices in Aberdeen was likely to slow down this year as tougher economic conditions make companies think twice about moving.
Scottish consumers will splurge £2.4billion a year using mobile devices by 2019, up 224% on last year’s spending levels, according to new research by Barclays.
Scottish sawmill business BSW Timber overcame rising log prices and an “uncertain” market to increase its profits in its last financial year.
Robertson has kept its run of new deals going after winning a £15million contract to redevelop the birthplace of international rugby, the infrastructure group said yesterday.
Major sporting and entertainment events in 2014 boosted turnover at Macdonald Hotels, which has taken steps to wipe nearly £100million off its debts, its bosses said yesterday.
As anticipation mounts in advance of the Press and Journal's prestigious Gold Awards, the host of the event has urged Aberdeen to celebrate its successes loud and proud.
The Aberdonian boss of a north-east England-based hydraulic engineering firm has announced plans to expand the firm's "booming" Granite City business.
Wildlife lover and businessman Ian Marchant will swing his way Tarzan-like into the president’s chair at the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland next month.
Prize winners from the Press and Journal’s inaugural Gold Awards have called for companies and individuals to enter again this year.
An apprentice-turned-mentor at one of Aberdeen's biggest companies has revealed that entering the workplace early was the catalyst for rapid career progress.
More than two-thirds of Scottish digital technology firms increased sales in 2015 as the £5billion sector’s sparkling growth continued, a new survey shows.
Small businesses in Scotland were boosted yesterday by the news that the current rates relief scheme will be remain in place next year and into 2017.
Aberdeen businesswoman Jeanette Forbes said yesterday that the race to get more women into board rooms around Scotland was far from run.
Scottish housebuilder Cala Group said yesterday it was unfazed by the impact of low oil prices on Aberdeen and revealed it is on course to post record profits for the year.
Shares in Scottish temporary power firm Aggreko jumped more than 12% yesterday despite it suffering a £37million drop in profits last year and making gloomy predictions for 2016.
Scottish temporary power firm Aggreko yesterday said it would cut its global workforce by almost 7% as part of a reorganisation prompted by “challenging market conditions”.
Growing demand for rooms in Inverness over the past five years contributed to an overall increase in occupancy and revenues across the Scottish hotel market, a new report says.
The distribution arm of logistics giant John Menzies pulled off a hat-trick of takeover deals for Scottish couriers in the past year.
The term “family business” is thrown around quite often in the commercial world, but in the case of Greenwell Equipment it is perfectly apt.
Discount supermarket chain Aldi has said it will kick on with its rapid expansion across Scotland next year with the opening of eight new stores, including one in Aberdeen.
A dip in Scotch whisky sales abroad contributed to a 3.2% slump in Scotland’s international export figures for 2014, new figures show.
Aberdeen’s Gary Notman made one of the gutsiest decisions of his business career in November 2015.
Scottish shops suffered a decline in sales but still managed to "outperform" their UK rivals during March, a new report shows.
One of Scotland’s leading salmon producers posted a 288% rise in its profits last year thanks to record harvests and increased exports.
Shares in Flybe jumped yesterday after the regional airline notched double-digit increases in capacity, passenger numbers and revenue in its second quarter.
An Edinburgh-based whisky producer is shelling out £350,000 to help boost sales of its new luxury cream liqueur both at home and abroad.
Investment in IT, new premises and staffing has helped law firm Brodies to a fifth consecutive year of revenue growth.
A new poll has revealed most firms who offer Modern Apprenticeships (MAs) believe young people have had a positive impact on their business.
Moray construction firm Robertson Group yesterday offered a sneak preview of its full-year financial results by revealing a record 20% rise in turnover.