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The number of manufacturing companies entering insolvency has hit a five-year high, new research suggests.
A US website which connects buyers and sellers of trainers could start looking beyond its core “sneakerhead” client base and rope in traditional investors with funds linked to the price of different shoes.
British investors are seeing lacklustre dividend growth and have been forced to rely on one-off special payments from the FTSE’s bankers and miners to boost their returns this quarter.
More than a quarter of people do not know their bank card’s Pin by heart, a survey has found.
Scottish independence would cause “unnecessary barriers” for farmers, the Scottish Conservative candidate for Gordon, Colin Clark, said.
An app designed to enable farmers to log machinery defects and all necessary actions and repairs without getting bogged down in paperwork has been built over the last 18 months by north-east farm manager Marc Skivington.
The Moray-born healthcare technology entrepreneur behind English firm C7 Health has struck a £1.5 million deal to buy a thriving business in his home city of Aberdeen.
The very last range of tractors to carry the David Brown name arrived 40 years ago when the 90 Series launched, writes Pete Small
Invergordon firm Caldive has invested more than £10 million in a new offshore construction vessel, creating 18 jobs.
Halloween was such an eventful time for us that we ended up skipping Bonfire Night altogether.
The London market nudged higher despite a mixed day which saw telecoms firms slump after the Labour Party outlined plans to turn broadband into a public service.
Climate change resilience is better in some sheep and goats than others, claims a new study.
Scottish agriculture’s major charity, RSABI, is launching its biggest-ever campaign this week to raise awareness of the range of support it provides.
Farmers, crofters and auctioneers are being encouraged to share their views on livestock marts as part of a new study commissioned by the Prince’s Countryside Fund.
One of the main milk buyers in the UK has announced plans to create a massive database to help farmers reduce their carbon emissions.
NFU Scotland (NFUS) has signed up as a partner in an initiative to promote and encourage equality, diversity and inclusion in the UK farming industry.
Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) has confirmed the closure of its diagnostic testing facilities in Aberdeen and Thurso with the loss of nine jobs in February next year.
An appeal for funding to meet the final cost of the new £5 million members’ pavilion to be opened at this year’s Royal Highland Show will be launched by the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) next month.
Farm machinery giant Fendt has launched its first ever telehandler, which it describes as the “wheel loader among the telehandlers”.
A Scottish precision farming company has launched a new tool to help potato growers predict crop yield and tuber size.
Jeremy Corbyn sent shockwaves through the City as he unveiled plans to nationalise the UK’s broadband network, providing free internet access for every home in the country.
Potato industry leaders have united to take action against the threat of potato cyst nematode (PCN).
Shareholders in Government contractor Kier have succeeded in a major rebellion over the pay deal for its top executives.
Tesco has unveiled its 2019 Christmas advertising campaign, as it looks to drive customers into its stores for the key shopping period.
Lloyds shareholders have expressed their “bitter disappointment” after losing a multimillion-pound High Court action over the acquisition of HBOS.
Haynes Publishing, the company best known for producing car manuals in the days before the internet, has put itself up for sale, the company has confirmed.
Lloyds shareholders have lost a multimillion-pound High Court action over the acquisition of HBOS.
Fuller’s has warned it will cost more than expected to separate its two arms after it sold its brewing business earlier this year to Japan’s Asahi.
Shares in BT remained in negative territory, although up from initial falls of nearly 4%, as the City and analysts reacted to Labour’s proposals to nationalise Openreach.
Oscar-winning visual effects business DNEG has pulled its planned listing on the London Stock Exchange less than a month after first revealing its intentions.
TalkTalk has put the sale of its full fibre broadband business, FibreNation, on hold after the Labour Party announced plans to turn broadband into a free public service.
Bosses at Carpetright have formally agreed terms to sell the business to its biggest shareholder Meditor in a deal that values the floor specialist at £15.2 million.