Two power giants have led fresh calls for a "level playing field" to encourage investment in pumped storage hydro following the publication of a new report on the benefits of the technology.
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.
Scottish firms have started the new year in despondent mood, judging by a new report published today.
Scottish Enterprise (SE) said yesterday it was entering a “new phase" after chief executive Lena Wilson announced she was quitting the economic development quango.
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.
Independent practice Keppie Design has been appointed as architects for Orkney's new £60m hospital and healthcare facility, it was announced yesterday
Diageo’s 20th year was toasted at the London Stock Exchange yesterday.
Confidence among Scotland’s small business owners has plummeted over the past three months and is lagging behind the rest of the UK, according to new figures published today.
Aberdeen is the biggest faller in a leading lender’s review of UK house prices in 2016.
The number of pub and bar companies going insolvent has fallen by 7% over the past year amid increased popularity of craft beers and food, a survey has shown.
Scottish drinkers could face a 5p charge for plastic straws amid calls for the pub and club trade to clean up a growing environmental problem.
Scotland’s private sector experienced a downturn at the start of the third quarter, with output returning to contraction territory, according to new figures published by the Bank of Scotland today
Businesses are being urged to join a new nationwide campaign to prevent fly-tipping and littering.
A remarkable 25 new gins have been launched in Scotland in the past year as the country enters a "gin boom".
Scottish fishing chief Mike Park has warned the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) it could face legal action over its controversial haddock claims.
Uncertainty over Brexit poses a serious threat to digital technology firms in Scotland that rely on skilled workers from EU countries, it has been claimed.
The Clydesdale and Yorkshire banking group (CYBG) has said it has no immediate plans for further branch closures as it announced a 15% rise in half-year profits.
The owner of a fish and chip shop has said he is "on cloud nine" after being crowned best chippie in Scotland.
Two of the north's rejuvenated whisky brands are celebrating a successful end to 2016.
As drams are raised in Burns Night toasts around the world today, figures show whisky, gin and beer exports are on course to deliver a £2.9billion boost to the UK economy.
Profits and turnover have leapt at aggregates giant Breedon Group during the "most eventful year" in the company's history.
A man has turned his 20 year obsession with collecting trainers into a business that restores old shoes to their former glory.
Two well-known Highland firms have teamed up to rescue the Loch Ness Beer brand after the company that brewed it went into liquidation.
The UK Government has appointed a new energy minister – for the sixth in as many years. Baroness Neville-Rolfe has left the department to be replaced by Lord Prior. Read the full story on our sister website Energy Voice
Flybe has said uncertain customer confidence and poor weather contributed to a slow start to the final quarter of its financial year.
House builder Barratt North Scotland built almost 430 new homes across the area in the year to the end of June, according to figures announced by the company.
Recruiters are "casting their net widely throughout Scotland and the UK" to meet high demand for skilled workers for major long-term construction projects in the Highlands.
Dobbies Garden Centres in Aberdeen, Inverness and 33 other UK locations are reportedly about to change hands after current owner Tesco put the business up for sale and set a deadline of today for offers.
Green power is meeting more than half of Scottish electricity demand for the first time, new figures show.
The number of new beer brands reached a record high of more than 1,600 in the last year following a rise in popularity of artisan products, a study has shown.
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has called on the Scottish Government to help deliver a fair deal for the nation’s growing army of self-employed.
Deeside Brewery is toasting a string of contract wins which will see its beers appearing on more supermarket shelves.