North-east businessman Andy Willox has urged the Scottish Government to use the public sector’s “enormous spending power” to boost the economy.
The principals of two universities in the north and north-east have teamed up with one of their peers from Edinburgh to find new ways to support economic development in Orkney.
Serial entrepreneur Angus MacDonald wants to inspire people to grow their businesses faster when he speaks at Entrepreneurial Scotland’s annual conference next month.
The rise of the robots is well and truly under way at businesses across the north and north-east – and in all sorts of workplaces.
Take a look at any very old photograph of bustling harbours in Aberdeen, Peterhead, Fraserburgh or countless other Scottish ports and you will see fishing boats of a bygone era.
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Substantial media coverage has been devoted to the collapse of several household names recently.
NatWest is in the advanced stages of testing a digital “human”, which could in future be used as a new way for customers to get answers to basic banking queries.
Pub entrepreneur Tim Martin launched a scathing attack on leading business groups, company bosses and sections of the media, accusing them of Brexit scaremongering, in first-half results from JD Wetherspoon yesterday.
Scottish fishing chiefs spelled out their demands for Brexit last night as pressure ramps up on Prime Mininster Theresa May not to cede any sovereignty over fishing policy to Brussels.
Independent oil and gas company RockRose Energy commissioned a report into whether a North Sea asset should be replaced
Independent oil and gas production and infrastructure company RockRose Energy said yesterday it had commissioned a report into whether a North Sea asset should be replaced.
Scottish offshore survey experts have helped to create a complete digital map of the world’s ocean floor.
One of Scotland’s most iconic castles and a record-breaking mountain bike championships were among those named best in the business at Scotland’s biggest awards night in tourism.
Five high-profile panellists will discuss prospects for north-east business at a Press and Journal Morning Briefing in Aberdeen next week.
Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden took home nearly £8million last year after being rewarded for his “strong leadership”.
Bosses at construction giant Kier Group are eyeing potential new projects across the north and north-east to build on an already “robust” pipeline of activity in Scotland.
A laboratory shrunk into a microchip, pipelines that are “zipped” together, and a sponge that can help “soak up” oil spills are some of the ideas that have been granted funding under a new scheme run by the Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC).
New figures show Aberdeen was well ahead of other Scottish cities in terms of student accommodation property deals during 2017.
Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) passenger numbers continued to rise in February despite weather disruption.
The UK’s largest construction firm is toasting a big jump in annual profits despite a £44million blow from the Aberdeen city bypass project.
A directors’ bonuses tax loophole that deprived the public purse of £55million has been successfully closed by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
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One-third of UK women earning below the voluntary living wage have no savings and most worry about their finances, a new survey has found.
One of the north-east’s most prestigious hotels got back on track with its earnings as the area’s economy recovered during 2017.
Property sales have fetched more than £2million for the administrators of failed building firm Grampian Construction.
Sparrows Group apprentices impressed Aberdeenshire East MSP Gillian Martin yesterday as they showcased their involvement in a major windfarm development.
A strong fourth quarter helped KCA Deutag (KCAD) beat its earnings forecast for 2017 as the market showed signs of picking up.
Premier Oil would be “more than happy” for the infrastructure on its Solan field to play a part in Hurricane Energy’s plans west of Shetland, its boss said yesterday.
John Lewis Partnership has slashed staff bonuses to levels not seen since 1954 and is poised to axe more jobs after a near-80% drop in profits.
Energy services company Proserv has agreed a restructuring deal which will hand a majority ownership to two lenders.
Alliance Trust suffered a “poor financial performance” at its savings arm during 2017, results from the Scottish finance giant showed yesterday.
North-east construction firm Chap (Holdings) has reported a “marked improvement” in trading despite challenging market conditions.