A north-east solicitor has taken up the role of president of the Law Society of Scotland.
A beer festival at discount retailer Lidl is set to deliver a £130,000 boost to craft brewers in Scotland.
Big voice crooner Tony Christie has been unveiled as the start turn at the cHeRries Awards 2017, in association with Robert Gordon University’s Aberdeen Business School and supported by Mattioli Woods.
An initiative combining the best of Scotland's produce from land and sea in a classic culinary combination has been launched by two of Scotland’s largest food organisations.
A forest adventure company said its business in Scotland is flying high after more than 50,000 visitors swung through its trees during the 2016 season.
Finalists for the cHeRries Awards 2017, in association with Robert Gordon University’s Aberdeen Business School and supported by Mattioli Woods, celebrated in style ahead of the main event next month.
A fish processing industry leader involved in one of the biggest corporate transactions in Scotland in recent years won an award last night at an annual food and drink awards event.
Aberdeenshire ice cream firm Mackie’s of Scotland has won a honey of a deal to supply its cold delights to Sainsbury's stores across the UK, worth an estimated £700,000 in sales.
Having written about the importance of humility in good leadership last month, a colleague directed me to a book by Jon Ronson called The Psychopath Test, which she assured me I’d find fascinating – and indeed I did.
As we enter the summer months, I’m reminded about the number of tourists who flock to Scotland for their holidays each year. VisitScotland’s latest figures show we receive 15million visitors a year, translating to income of £5billion. It is a sizable audience to which we can showcase our wares.
After years of controversy, scrapes and political fall-outs, it was a wall in Ferryhill which finally called time on councillor Willie Young and Labour’s reign as the ruling administration on Aberdeen City Council.
A year ago this month I had the satisfaction of signing the Time to Change Employer Pledge on behalf of Aberdeen Asset Management, signalling our determination to tackle the stigma and discrimination associated with mental health issues, focusing on the workplace.
A company in Aberdeen and another in Lerwick have been included in a multi-million framework to provide furniture to local authorities, schools and nurseries.
Construction and facilities management firm Robertson Group has secured work for energy giant SSE worth around £560,000 – marking the first time its specialist division will serve as a main contractor.
The Scottish food and drink industry will benefit from a £1.1million boost aimed at driving innovation in the sector.
A new craft gin made on a historic north-east estate has been launched after striking a deal with a leading independent distributor.
An Aberdeen life science company that develops drugs derived from shark blood has struck a collaboration deal with one of the world's largest biotechnology companies.
The £11billion mega-merger of Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life will see 800 jobs cut across the firms’ global workforce, documents published last night revealed.
A Highland bakery tasted sweet success when it was named Scottish Baker of the Year 2017.
A weaver from Deeside is expanding her business in Edinburgh due to an increase in sales of her 100% British alpaca handwoven accessories and bags, and commissions for her bespoke tweed design service.
A remote Highland community has welcomed the benefits of blades turning on a new £1.8million wind turbine project.
An Inverness window manufacturer has said a £500,000 investment in technology will help it break production records.
The economic value of golf tourism and events to Scotland has risen to £286million - within putting distance of reaching a target of £300million per year by 2020.
A Michelin-starred chef is the guest speaker of a "dining event" for north-east food and drink producers, hoteliers and restaurateurs next week.
The seventh annual North East Business Week (NEBW) 2017 has fired the starting gun on a range of events taking place next week.
Family-owned whisky maker William Grant & Sons has reached over the pond to acquire a distillery in New York state.
A fledgling brewery in the north-east has secured a £120,000 funding package to increase production capacity more than six fold.
You can’t fail to have missed the recent furore around the health of the general population.
After more than two years of job cuts, project delays and general misery in the north-east economy, there has been a number of refreshingly positive headlines in the P&J this month.
Orion has made its name on the back of the gregarious Scottish engineer and their fearless approach to working in the world wherever someone has drilled a hole. Equipped with sun cream and the odd dram, Sottish engineers are a match for anyone.
The importance of humility as a quality of good leaders is an interesting concept.
Few institutions have such a strong a sense of place as Glasgow School of Art (GSA). Take a stroll up Garnethill from the Buchanan bus station and the famous Charles Rennie Mackintosh-designed building looms into view, now being skilfully restored following 2014’s devastating fire in its library.