Bosses at commercial property consultancy FG Burnett have toasted a successful year, with the firm at the heart of a third of all office deals in Aberdeen during 2019.
Caledonian Sleeper operator Serco is in “sit and watch” mode as a battle looms over ScotRail, the outsourcing giant’s boss said.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Craig Middleton, founder of north beer-maker Cromarty Brewing Company.
Each week we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Tess Day, who owns and runs Aberdeen-based life coaching business Mindblox
The biotechnology firm NovaBiotics opened a new laboratory in Aberdeen as it prepares for the next key phase in its growth.
The Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC) started the new year by calling on the Scottish Government to urgently address the “continual cry” of firms to “sort our business rates”.
A building that just a few years ago was at the heart of plans for a major regeneration project in Aberdeen is changing hands as part of a £65 million property deal.
ScotRail train services run by Dutch transport giant Abellio lost more than £11 million in the 15 months to the end of March, it has emerged.
An Aberdeen-headquartered oil and gas consultancy is heading towards a decade in business with continued growth and industry recognition.
Johnston Carmichael (JC) boss Andrew Walker expects Brexit and the UK Government’s Making Tax Digital (MTD) ambitions to keep his growing team busy next year.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Keith Martin, managing director of Strathpeffer-based project management consultancy iPAc.
Each week, we ask small businesses some key questions. Here we speak to Moray-based retailer Laura Hanson, owner of Babalu gift shop in Forres
Environmental campaigners were furious about the deal struck in Brussels, accusing ministers and the European Commission of renaging on a pledge to “end overfishing” by 2020.
Fisheries Secretary Fergus Ewing said the “difficult” end-of-year quota talks in Brussels, probably the last involving the UK, were all the more challenging because of Brexit.
Scottish fishing chiefs have insisted a disappointing quotas deal shows why the UK needs its own seat at the table in future negotiations.
International offshore drilling equipment and maintenance firm RigQuip is relocating its Aberdeen headquarters.
Each week, we ask small businesses some key questions. Here we speak to Brodie Nairn, director of Tain-based companies Glasstorm and North Coast Glass
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Liz Robson, owner and founder of Ginspired Scotland, which she runs from her home in Aberlour
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Scot Gardiner, chief executive of Inverness Caledonian Thistle Football Club.
Former Scottish Enterprise chief executive Lena Wilson is taking on a new role as chairwoman of Chiene + Tait (C+T), the accountancy firm has announced.
Aberdeen Harbour Board (AHB) said it was “one step closer to digital transformation”, thanks to a £161,000 grant to fund a three-year knowledge transfer partnership with Robert Gordon University (RGU).
A Scottish fishing chief has summed up the Brexit frustrations of the catch sector in advance of the next round of talks over quotas for 2020.
EnerMech, the Aberdeen-based mechanical and electrical services company, will have a new chief executive from the start of next year.
Scotland will outperform the rest of the UK in economic growth terms this year – but 2020 is expected to deliver a measly 1% rise in gross domestic product (GDP) throughout Britain.
The billionaire founder, chairman and majority owner of industrial giant Ineos has stepped up his efforts to protect and grow populations of Atlantic salmon.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to David Rusling, managing director of QHSE Aberdeen
A luxury country hotel, seaside fisherman’s cottage and replica First World War trench were among the winners at the Aberdeen City and Shire Tourism Awards (ACSTA) last night.
Budget airline Ryanair has insisted it has not axed flights from Aberdeen to Faro, in Portugal, despite visitors to its website being unable to book them.
Oil and gas technology firm Blue Gentoo said yesterday it had made a “significant” investment in its future with the addition of business acquired from chemical monitoring and management specialist Lux Assure.
Well engineering and project management firm Zenith Energy, of Aberdeen, has started work on a £1 million, six-month contract in Morocco.
House sales are increasing in many parts of the north-east but a property glut has hit prices.
Inshore fishers have warned they are facing a crisis, rather than a "sea of opportunity”, if and when the UK finally quits the European Union.