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The FTSE 100 eked out gains on Friday but still ended the week lower after a rollercoaster stretch that had investors concerned that Turkey’s financial woes could impact Europe.
House of Fraser collapsed owing creditors such as Armani, Diesel and Prada a total of £484 million, new documents have shown.
The first floating turbine for the Kincardine Floating Offshore Windfarm has been spotted being towed out from Dundee to its position in the North Sea.
Energy provider Bulb has secured £60 million of investment from two private equity firms to use as firepower to ramp up expansion.
Persimmon will unveil results for the first half of the year next week, with investors keen to hear management’s view on whether the increase in interest rates is starting to impact sales.
Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) has agreed a £15 million loan to help pay for an appraisal well on a southern North Sea field.
Danish conglomerate AP Moller-Maersk said today that it intends to list its drilling subsidiary separately on Nasdaq Copenhagen next year.
Aberdeen’s new £333million conference centre will “without question” boost hotels hit by the oil downturn, according to its managing director.
Waste specialist Biffa has announced a £16.2 million purchase of Weir Waste Services, a provider of waste and recycling in Birmingham and the West Midlands, alongside a host of other acquisitions.
Respol Sinopec Resources UK (RSRUK) has become the latest North Sea operator to announce it is reviewing 3/3 offshore rotas.
Interserve has won a £105 million contract for two new facilities at Durham University.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has announced that chief financial officer Ewen Stevenson will step down at the end of September.
House of Fraser has apologised to customers after cancelling all orders placed online.
The future of the north-east housing market is to be explored at the latest in a series of Press and Journal business breakfasts.
The boss of national housebuilder Dandara claims the company has “reaffirmed its commitment to the north-east” by purchasing land to support the first phase of an emerging new community in Aberdeen.
The FTSE 100 bounced back on Thursday as fears over Turkey’s currency crisis and slowing growth in China eased.
A man who says he narrowly avoided being defrauded of more than £6,000 after receiving false bank details from a hacked email account has taken to social media following “failed” efforts to raise the alarm.
Harvest 2018 progress reports from across Scotland confirm an impending shortage of straw despite more farmers choosing to bale, rather than chop.
Debenhams is to swing the axe on up to 90 staff as it enters redundancy talks with hundreds of workers at its fashion and home departments.
Faroe Petroleum said it is “very concerned” by actions from Norway’s DNO to “take control of its business”.
Asda has notched up another rise in quarterly sales, but the speed of growth was pegged back by the timing of Easter.
Social care services firm CareTech has agreed to buy Cambian in a deal that values the takeover target at up to £372 million.
The number of livestock worrying incidents reported to Police Scotland increased by more than 50% in the spring.
Farmers and crofters will be given advice on how to get the most from their pastures in a series of webinars by Scotland’s Rural College.
Sutherland farmers and shepherds went home delighted after the year’s landmark sale of North Country Cheviots at Lairg exceeded all expectations.
Uber’s losses have shrunk as it continues to invest in expanding, according to the company’s latest financial results.
Shares in MoneySupermarket.com and GoCompare.com have fallen amid fears that Amazon is laying the groundwork for its own insurance comparison website.
Retail sales grew faster than expected in July when sunshine and the World Cup boosted food sales and shoppers took advantage of online sales and prolonged discounts on fashion.
The competition watchdog has launched an investigation of social media stars over concerns they are not declaring when they have been paid to post about products and experiences.
B&Q’s sales have bounced back following warmer weather in the UK, but shares in its parent company fell due to its poor performance in France.
Rank Group has pledged to charge ahead with a turnaround plan after profits fell 41%, having suffered from stricter checks on punters and a drop in bingo and casino customers.
Defence group Chemring has been awarded a 93 million US dollar contract (£73.2 million) from the US Defence Department.