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.
Property sales in Scotland have reached their highest level for 11 years, with a prominent estate agent suggesting it shows people are “getting on with their lives” amid the uncertainty over Brexit.
Strong demand and high prices delivered “great earnings” for Mowi during 2018, the global fish farming giant 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.
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.
Think of an entrepreneur and it is likely a squillionaire comes to mind.
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.
Seafood industry body Seafish has delivered a snapshot of UK fishing fleet employment as a bullish catch sector prepares for uncharted waters after Brexit.
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.
Scotland’s multi-billion-pound sea-food processing industry needs government help to remove “blockages” to growth, a trade body warned.
CEO and founder of The Student Hotel Charlie MacGregor has been announced as one of the speakers at an annual business conference.
Law at Work (LaW) has seen employment claims rise since fees were abolished in July 2017.
Leading north-east entrepreneur Jeanette Forbes has backed a Women’s Enterprise Scotland (WES) call for improving access to finance for female business leaders.
A home has been secured for Scotland’s new stock exchange which is due to launch later this year.
Royal Bank of Scotland high-flyer Alison Rose has emerged as the frontrunner for the top job at the group after chief executive Ross McEwan announced his exit yesterday.
It has been almost 50 years since the Scottish Stock Exchange merged with the LSE, forcing the nation’s own trading platform to close its doors for what could have been the final time.
Jobcentre Plus staff in Inverness are targeting the north’s hospitality industry with a range of support for those who are currently out of work.
A Scot who leads the banking division of professional services giant Accenture will tell entrepreneurs to look east for export opportunities at a conference held at Gleneagles.
A new report says that Scots firms are “crying out for the return of some sanity” as politicians dither over Brexit.
Scottish firm Big Partnership, one of the UK’s largest marketing and communications agencies, has hired its first chief executive.
The parent company of Morrison Construction plans to shut down part of its business in a restructuring, with Scotland bearing the brunt of 350 likely job losses.
Efficiencies gained in the North Sea during the oil and gas downturn are “unsustainable” in the long-term, industry leaders from around the world heard yesterday.
Hotels in and around Aberdeen are showing signs of recovery after the impact of the 2014 oil price slump but their occupancy rates still lag most of the rest of the UK, a study has found.
Fishing chiefs have called the latest verdict on the health of North Sea cod stocks a “hammer blow” for the Scottish fleet.
Scottish five-a-side football venue operator Goals Soccer Centres is losing its chief executive amid investigations into VAT accounting errors that have cost at least £12 million.
Growing demand for its Scotch helped Diageo to higher profits and sales during the final six months of 2018.