Fears are growing that Scotland’s fishing fleet may face a Brexit-fuelled EU backlash at end of year quota talks.
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 .
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.
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.
Customs charges for the offshore industry worth up to £145million which were set for to start in July have been pushed back by nearly a year.
Whisky-maker Chivas Brothers says “greater focus and agility” has helped it drive increased growth in its Scotch portfolio.
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”.
Energy giant Shell has announced plans that will secure work for the St Fergus gas terminal near Peterhead for years to come.
Changing shopping habits, Brexit uncertainty and rising employment costs and business rates have heaped pressure on retailers during 2018.
A national pub chain with six bars in Aberdeen and two in Inverness is toasting buoyant festive season sales.
Scottish fishers have been threatened with a massive cut in quota for their most valuable species, just as a new poll shows overwhelming public support for them catching more fish after Brexit.
French drinks giant La Martiniquaise-Bardinet has swooped to buy one of Scotland’s most iconic whisky brands.
Sunny weather and more funerals helped to boost profits at Scotmid Co-operative during the first half of its trading year, the group’s boss said yesterday.
Drink giant Diageo is offloading a string of brands to US firm Sazerac for £428 million in order to focus on fast-growing demand for its “premium and above” range in the US.
Scottish offshore drone firm Cyberhawk Innovations has surged into the black after a huge jump in sales.
The first graduates of a unique fast track training programme for salmon farm managers have taken up their new positions.
Smaller firms around the UK are finding it increasingly costly to raise new finance, a Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) survey says.
The departing chief executive of FirstGroup is on gardening leave and will be paid nearly £700,000 in lieu of sums owed to him during his notice period.
A translation business launched in the bedroom of a house in Mannofield, Aberdeen, in 2001, is on track for smashing the £10 million annual sales barrier for the first time.
The potential impact of Brexit on Scotland’s construction industry will be put under the microscope at Holyrood.
Scottish rural management and property consultancy Galbraith says too many investors are missing out on healthy returns from forestry.
An air fare war on lifeline routes to the Scottish islands has left Loganair nursing annual losses of nearly £9 million.
CYBG chief executive David Duffy said yesterday he did not know if branch closures were largely behind the Scottish banking group.
The Scottish Government’s Green Bus Fund is making £1.7 million available to operators, local authorities and regional transport partnerships.
Building materials giant Breedon said yesterday it did not expect any adverse impact from its involvement in the Aberdeen city bypass road despite the collapse of one of the consortium partners behind the project.
Scotland’s fast-growing life sciences industry has some big hurdles in its path but does not lack ambition.
A £10billion VAT bill for Scottish businesses is no April fool’s day joke, according to accountancy firm Campbell Dallas.
Higher-than-expected operating costs for Caledonian Sleeper trains have blown a £47million hole in the balance sheet of operator Serco, prompting a warning from the company it may seek an early exit from the 15-year franchise.
He made his name providing leadership on the pitch at Aberdeen FC but these days Russell Anderson is more interested in helping people sort out their finances.
Crunch talks affecting the future of North Sea fishing seemed to have reached an impasse last night.