Aberdeen is losing a vital air link to another London airport.
Lerwick, Aberdeen and Kirkwall are the lowest risk locations in the UK for freelancers and small businesses when it comes to getting paid on time research has found.
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.
When Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) commissioners are disappointed it usually means that a great many people are happy.
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A multimillion-pound investment supported by £1.6 million of EU and Scottish Government funding is to safeguard hundreds of jobs and create more than 40 new roles at a meat processing factory in Portlethen.
Property development and construction giant Henry Boot said yesterday work on the £333 million Teca project in Aberdeen helped underpin the second-best annual profits performance in its 133-year history.
Pharmaceutical firms are lining up to partner an Aberdeen University life sciences team working on new antibodies that could save millions of lives.
North-east legal firm Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace (RCCW) has doubled the size of its team in Stonehaven after acquiring a long-established local firm of solicitors and estate agents.
Commercial gold production from a Scottish hillside is on track to start later this year, the firm behind the project said yesterday.
The boss of North Sea oil producer EnQuest said yesterday he believed the region could yield further discoveries to extend its lifespan.
Scotland’s multi-billion-pound sea-food processing industry needs government help to remove “blockages” to growth, a trade body warned.
An Aberdeen travel firm has reported strong interest from north-east firms interested in going to the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in the US.
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.
Office Outlet has gone into administration, putting the future of 1,200 jobs at risk.
Ongoing ambiguity surrounding Brexit is affecting many kinds of businesses in different ways.
If the UK and EU conclude a withdrawal agreement by March 29, or by the end of any agreed extension, there will be a transition period.
It lasted more than 18 months but the unorthodox co-management of Standard Life Aberdeen (SLA) is over after the company announced yesterday that north-east entrepreneur Martin Gilbert was changing jobs.
Nominations for the 2019 edition of the north-east’s business “Oscars” - the Northern Star Business Awards - open today.
First two corporate hospitality boxes at new £333m Teca venue given to two professional services firms
The first two corporate hospitality boxes at the new £333 million Teca (The Event Complex Aberdeen) venue have gone to two of the Granite City’s largest professional services firms.
The 2019 edition of an annual celebration of excellence in the UK energy industry gets off the ground today.
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 West Highland businessman has put a trio of north hotels up for sale, seeking offers in the region of £6.85 million for all three.
Building materials giant Breedon said yesterday it was finalising contingency plans for Brexit but unable to prepare for “indirect risks”.
A new rural enterprise university could be the catalyst for a £4.5 billion boost to the Scottish economy, according to a new report.
A north-east MP has said a new Scottish Government blueprint for fishing contains “quite a bit” he agrees with.
A blueprint to ensure the “brightest possible future” for the fishing industry after Brexit is being set out by the Scottish Government.
Rising house prices in the rest of the UK have left Aberdeen at the bottom of a league table compiled by a leading property website.
A north tax expert has urged caution over a tourism levy for the Highlands.
Springfield Properties saw its shares rise to their highest value since September after half-year profits more than doubled at the housebuilder.
A three-year, £10.5 million refurbishment programme is under way at the home of Bunnahabhain single malt whisky on Islay.
A former City banker is confident he holds the key to unlocking untapped oil reserves in the North Sea.