A leading north-east businessman has taken up a new role managing the day-to-day operations of Sullom Voe oil terminal in Shetland.
The pace of housebuilding across Scotland needs to ramp up if national targets for affordable homes are to be met, a leading firm in the sector said yesterday.
A translation business launched in the bedroom of a house in Mannofield, Aberdeen, in 2001, is on track for smashing the £10 million annual sales barrier for the first time.
By Derek Mair, partner and head of food and drink at Anderson Anderson & Brown
The UK’s leading supermarkets may still gobble up much of our spending, but “buy local” campaigns are gathering momentum and helping an army of food and drink producers around the country to survive and thrive.
Housebuilding and other gains more than offset any Aberdeen city bypass woes in annual results posted by construction group Galliford Try yesterday.
Unemployment in some parts of the north and north-east is falling faster than national trends, new figures showed yesterday.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Alan MacPherson, senior client manager at Aberdeen accountants Carnegie Knox.
Kier Construction Scotland has netted £6 million-worth of work to upgrade mental health facilities in the north-east.
Growing global demand for its oil and gas skills development programmes has led to a key role being created at Portlethen-based organisation Opito.
Scottish energy giant SSE bucked a stock market trend yesterday after the UK’s competition watchdog provisionally approved the merger of its retail arm with “Big Six” rival Npower.
A marine renewables boss warned yesterday the sector is at “real risk” without UK government support.
A former civil servant was yesterday toasting a big jump in sales at the north-east business she leads.
Economic recovery in the north-east is reflected in the latest figures for Scottish commercial property sales, an expert said yesterday.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Alastair Macleod, who runs Oldmeldrum firm Outline Event Services, together with Fraser Young.
The Press and Journal Energy Snow Ball makes a keenly anticipated return to the Aberdeen business calendar later this year and the 2018 edition is shaping up to be even bigger and better than last year’s inaugural event.
Leading business group urges Scottish Government to take ‘swift action’ to halt decline in Scottish retailing
A leading business group is today urging the Scottish Government to take “swift action” to halt a decline in Scottish retailing.
A rejuvenated Aberdeenshire caravan site that was saved from possible closure four years ago is in line to win a major enterprise award.
Construction and property development firm Henry Boot said yesterday its £333m TECA project in Aberdeen was on budget and on schedule for completion in mid-2019.
Scottish fishing chiefs got the reassurances they were seeking at talks with UK Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington in Aberdeen yesterday.
Housing will be in the spotlight at a P&J breakfast event in Aberdeen next month. Here we speak to panellist Mike Cunningham, partner and residential head of property at Ledingham Chalmers.
Investors may soon be lining up to take advantage of opportunities in a growing north-east economy, say council chiefs
Investors may soon be lining up to take advantage of opportunities in a growing north-east economy, council chiefs said yesterday.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Stuart Grant, who runs Grants of Speyside and Grants of Dornoch with his wife, Marjory.
Eight seafood producers and a national trade body are flying the flag for Scotland at a major industry showcase in Japan this week.
One of the oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic drinks in the world is enjoying a renaissance.
Entrepreneur Lucinda Bruce-Gardyne is heading for Aberdeen to reveal her latest plans for Scottish gluten-free food company Genius.
Smaller firms around the UK are finding it increasingly costly to raise new finance, a Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) survey says.
Business chiefs have urged Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) to invest some of its £1.8 billion half-year profits in guaranteeing access to its services for all customers.
The entrepreneurial pair behind Aberdeen-based presentation and magic firm Fifth Dimension have landed a spot on a Baltic cruise in the latest of a string of international engagements.
A fishing vessel built in Aberdeen and launched in 1953 is at the heart of an international tug o’ war over who came up with the design.
Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) has suffered a decline in its monthly passenger figures for the first time since April 2017.
New company JB Well Solutions Limited (UK) said yesterday it had got off to a strong start in its mission to improve safety in the UK North Sea.