Fears are growing that Scotland’s fishing fleet may face a Brexit-fuelled EU backlash at end of year quota talks.
The Scottish construction operations of Kier Group have offset a “disappointing” performance for the diversified company across the UK.
Scottish homeowners can expect the value of their properties to rise by 14% on average over the four years to 2022, a new report suggests.
Nearly 12,000 Scots will be made bankrupt this year, according to accountants and business advisers French Duncan.
Scottish retailers have reported the worst December sales figures in 20 years, highlighting continuing woes on the nation’s high streets .
Strong demand and high prices delivered “great earnings” for Mowi during 2018, the global fish farming giant said yesterday.
Scottish dealmakers can expect a Brexit-hit drop in mergers and acquisitions (M&As) despite 2018 shaping up to be a near-record year for transactions globally, according to EY.
Scottish five-a-side football venue operator Goals Soccer Centres delivered a warning on profits yesterday after a weaker-than-expected recovery in group sales.
Airbnb accommodation guests are on course to spend an estimated £223 million at restaurants and cafes around Scotland this year, the online marketplace has said.
The £2 billion-a-year Scottish salmon farming industry produced nearly 18% fewer fish during 2018, compared with the year before, official figures showed yesterday.
One of the oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic drinks in the world is enjoying a renaissance.
The widespread use of items such as milk cartons and netted footballs as buoys to show where inshore fishing gear is located will be outlawed under new legislation, the Scottish Government said yesterday.
The Trump administration has turned its sights on the £1 billion-plus US market for Scotch whisky in a growing trade row between the US and European Union.
Scottish Enterprise (SE) said yesterday it was entering a “new phase" after chief executive Lena Wilson announced she was quitting the economic development quango.
Scotland’s largest independent co-operative has defied a gloomy retail climate to deliver higher profits and turnover.
Edrington’s new boss is toasting annual figures reflecting strong demand for the world’s top-selling single malt, and other whiskies, in the US, China and south-east Asia.
Taiwan is proving to be a lucrative export market for the Scotch whisky of South African-owned Distell International.
Commercial gold production from a Scottish hillside is on track to start later this year, the firm behind the project said yesterday.
FirstGroup will post its first annual figures under new chief executive Matthew Gregory next week and they are likely to be pivotal for the Scottish transport giant.
Whisky has grown its impact on the Scottish and UK economies by 10% in three years, new figures from the industry show.
A north-east MP has said a new Scottish Government blueprint for fishing contains “quite a bit” he agrees with.
Scottish hotel and pub entrepreneur Nic Wood – son of Aberdeen-based oil and gas industry doyen Sir Ian Wood – has snapped up seven bars from his younger brother, Garreth, in a move hailed as “an exciting deal for both parties”.
Investment managers and stockbrokers at Grampian and Highland firm Redmayne-Bentley have given a cautiously optimistic set of forecasts for stock markets during the year ahead.
Diageo’s 20th year was toasted at the London Stock Exchange yesterday.
Scottish fishing chiefs have insisted a disappointing quotas deal shows why the UK needs its own seat at the table in future negotiations.
Seafood industry body Seafish has delivered a snapshot of UK fishing fleet employment as a bullish catch sector prepares for uncharted waters after Brexit.
Changing shopping habits, Brexit uncertainty and rising employment costs and business rates have heaped pressure on retailers during 2018.
FirstGroup’s biggest shareholder is demanding the Scottish transport giant gets rid of its chairman and five other board members “in order to return the business to peak performance”.
The Scottish property market finished 2018 with a flourish to achieve a whole-year total of more than £18 billion in sales, new figures show.
Record levels of private equity funding for Scotland’s flourishing life sciences industry highlight its growing appeal to investors, the public-private sector partnership driving its development said yesterday.
Aberdeen is the biggest faller in a leading lender’s review of UK house prices in 2016.
A national pub chain with six bars in Aberdeen and two in Inverness is toasting buoyant festive season sales.