The boss of Glacier Energy Services has said there is plenty of work to “go after” amid growing confidence in the North Sea oil and gas industry.
Scottish retailers have reported the worst December sales figures in 20 years, highlighting continuing woes on the nation’s high streets .
A consortium led by Virgin Atlantic and Stobart Group is pumping cash into regional airline Flybe to keep its takeover target flying.
A new scheme aimed at north-east tourism businesses is expected to help unleash their potential as major revenue earners.
A north-east seafood boss has urged MPs to give “serious consideration” to the industry’s workforce needs after Brexit.
The Highlands and Islands have lost their crown as the top region in Scotland for property rental price growth, industry figures show.
The boss of the Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels (CHFH) has said he expects all three of the group’s West Highland operations to be fully booked for much of this year as Scotland’s tourism bonanza shows no sign of abating.
Scottish technology firm Petrotechnics is now under US ownership following its sale by shareholders including chief executive Phil Murray and the Business Growth Fund (BGF).
Official new figures have revealed Buchan as the home of two of the most environmentally unfriendly industrial sites in Scotland.
Small Business Commissioner Paul Uppal is to recommend a traffic light warning system for business bills after new research into the scale of late payments.
Britannia Hotels has expanded its Scottish footprint to five sites, including three in the north and north-east, after buying one of the Highlands’ best-known hotels.
A national pub chain with six bars in Aberdeen and two in Inverness is toasting buoyant festive season sales.
Fashion chain Next has cut its annual profits forecast despite a solid Christmas performance.
New rules for living and working conditions on fishing vessels came into force at the start of the new year.
The potential impact of Brexit on Scotland’s construction industry will be put under the microscope at Holyrood.
Nearly 12,000 Scots will be made bankrupt this year, according to accountants and business advisers French Duncan.
New ways of maintaining ageing oil and gas assets have helped Global Energy Group achieve a rise in profits, chairman Roy MacGregor has said.
The owner of the Ice Factor visitor attraction in Kinlochleven has warned that climate change may have hampered the start of the outdoor ski season in Scotland.
More than 20 north-east jobs have been saved after oil and gas industry supplier Paradigm Flow Services (PFS) was rescued from administration by its parent.
Nearly 30 shop workers at HMV stores in Aberdeen and Inverness are facing an uncertain future following the high street chain’s collapse into administration.
Scottish transport giant Stagecoach Group is selling its North American operations to US-based private equity investors in a deal worth £215 million.
Rare whisky experts have estimated that more than £40m-worth of fake product is on the secondary market for antique bottles of Scotland’s national drink.
Changing shopping habits, Brexit uncertainty and rising employment costs and business rates have heaped pressure on retailers during 2018.
The Scottish fishing industry is looking towards a much-vaunted “sea of opportunity” after Brexit but will have to navigate stormy waters after annual quota talks in Brussels delivered a mixed bag.
A move to include a final date for ending Brussels control over the Scottish fishing fleet in the UK Government Fisheries Bill has been defeated by MPs.
Fisheries ministers arrived at the talks in Brussels to find King Poseidon - are at least someone dressed as him - waiting to greet them.
A mini boom for Scottish fishing may be coming to an end, an industry chief has warned.
Scottish fishing chiefs have delivered a fierce warning to the UK’s EU partners to desist from “vengeful” behaviour at crunch quota talks starting in Brussels today.
An Orkney company is aiming to create a global first with a £1.5 million project to develop a new submersible drilling rig for use in the offshore renewable energy sector.
Crunch talks affecting the future of North Sea fishing seemed to have reached an impasse last night.
Wealth management firm Charles Stanley has set up shop in Aberdeen as part of its plans for expansion.
Oil and gas tycoon Sir Ian Wood has revealed ambitions to transform the north-east as a global adventure destination - and give a boost to key industries such as fishing and hospitality.