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A well-known family of Simmental breeders from the north of Scotland took home the top price at the national spring show and sale of Simmental cattle at Carlisle.
The board of troubled toymaker Hornby has backed its chairman and is now urging shareholders to vote against proposals that would force Roger Canham to step down.
The Isle of Wight Festival's takeover by global entertainment group Live Nation is being looked at by competition watchdogs amid potential concerns over the deal.
It will be 2024 before Scottish farmers see any changes to agricultural policy if Rural Secretary Fergus Ewing gets his way.
Theresa May's plans for a cap on energy prices indicate that people "at the heart of Government" do not believe in free markets, according to the boss of British Gas owner Centrica.
University security staff have launched a 48-hour strike in a dispute over zero-hours contracts.
The level of government borrowing in the 19-country eurozone has fallen to its lowest level since early 2008.
Government borrowing has reached its lowest level in nearly a decade, but the Chancellor has overshot his independent target for shoring up the public finances.
French luxury empire LVMH has agreed to take full control of fashion giant Christian Dior in a mammoth deal worth around 12.1 billion euros (£10 billion).
Virgin Money has said it would keep a close eye on rising consumer debt levels as credit card balances jumped 8% in the first quarter.
Costa Coffee owner Whitbread has cheered a jump in annual profit, but said it remains "cautious" amid forecasts for a tougher year ahead.
Virgin Trains and French rail operator SNCF will jointly bid to run high-speed trains on the HS2 network.
Students should not worry about employment while studying for their degree, the outgoing head of Ucas has said.
Retailer Carpetright has warned over profits after seeing sales growth slow as consumer caution took its toll.
The threat of industrial action by Royal Mail workers over plans to close the company's defined benefit pension scheme next year is being discussed today.
A remote Highland community has welcomed the benefits of blades turning on a new £1.8million wind turbine project.
An Inverness window manufacturer has said a £500,000 investment in technology will help it break production records.
The Strathnairn Farmers' Association has set the date for its annual agricultural working vintage rally and display.
The UK could give up the right to do post-Brexit international trade deals if it gets a good agreement with the EU, Labour has suggested.
A record number of almost 1.2 million emergency supplies were given out at food banks in the past year, new figures reveal.
Fresh concerns have been raised by smaller firms about the impact of Brexit on employing EU workers.
Finance and tech firms dominate a list of the highest paying companies in the UK, offering median salaries of between £80,000 and £110,000 a year, a study shows.
US stocks joined a worldwide surge higher on Monday after the first round of France's presidential election raised expectations that the European Union will hold together.
Uber has denied claims that it used its iPhone app to "identify" users even after they had deleted the car-sharing app.
A planned 48-hour strike on Virgin Trains East Coast has been suspended following progress in talks.
Ringlink is currently in the process of selecting 15 youngsters to take part in its land-based internship programme.
The Scottish Association of Young Farmers’ Clubs (SAYFC) has appointed a new chairwoman for the north region.
Britain is facing into a "bloodbath" over a proposed trade deal with the US, an EU commissioner has warned.
US chemicals giant PPG Industries has upped the ante in its takeover pursuit of AkzoNobel by sweetening its offer for a second time.
Manufacturers enjoyed their biggest jump in export growth for six years thanks to a healthy appetite for British goods from non-EU buyers, a report said.
European stocks raced ahead and the euro soared as investors priced in the prospect of Emmanuel Macron beating Marine Le Pen in the second round of voting in the French presidential election.
One in three Scots on a low income often skips meals as they struggle to scrape by, according to a new survey.