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US investment banking giant Goldman Sachs has delivered a bumper fourth quarter, helped by a drop in litigation costs and a market rebound following the election of Donald Trump.
The pound lost its footing on Wednesday as the dollar strengthened and investors backtracked on initial enthusiasm around Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit speech.
Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank is to close 79 branches with the loss of more than 400 jobs, according to Unite.
Deutsche Bank's top earners will have their bonuses slashed as the lender grapples with a hefty fine from the United States and the financial fallout of low interest rates.
The Co-operative Group declared it was "back" after cheering surging sales in its Christmas quarter, boosted by a push to sign up more customer members.
MP Frank Field has urged The Pensions Regulator to speed up efforts to extract cash from Sir Philip Green to plug the yawning hole in BHS's pension fund , as administrators look set to pocket almost £5 million from the retailer's collapse.
The squeeze on household finances intensified at the start of 2017 as perceptions about price pressures hit a three-year high, according to an index.
The chairman and CEO of car giant Renault-Nissan has said he is confident Britain will negotiate a deal on its exit from the EU that will safeguard the future of Nissan's plant in Sunderland.
When Moji Shand first set eyes on her husband, she tried to give him a tip thinking he was a taxi driver rather than the owner of Duncan Taylor Scotch Whisky.
A Scottish firm is flying high after supplying specialist parts for the next generation of space-going communications satellites.
A north-east ice cream magnate has described his plans to expand his empire by creating his first ever sit-in parlour – some 105 years after his firm was founded.
A crofter’s son from the Isle of Harris, Donald Macdonald has spent his whole life working in the hospitality industry.
Mobile phone firm EE has been fined £2.7 million by Ofcom for overcharging tens of thousands of customers.
Scottish retail sales increased 4.3% in December, providing a boost for businesses over the vital Christmas period.
Businesses in Moray have been urged to improve their digital skills to get more people visiting the region.
Aberdeenshire tourism chiefs are planning to pitch-up at one of the world's largest golf shows in a bid to boost the region's holiday trade.
A north-east businessman facing a near-quadrupling of his rates has warned that controversial across-the-board rises will be the "final nail in the coffin" for many firms.
Among the many taxes that businesses pay are business rates - also known as non-domestic rates - which are an annual tax based on the value of the business, commercial and public sector property that they occupy.
Aberdeen Asset Management has stood by tradition by bringing a piper to herald the start of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos.
A bad day for bank stocks pulled the Dow Jones industrial average to its third straight loss on Tuesday as many of the patterns that have propelled markets since election day last year snapped into reverse.
The pound soared nearly 3% while £27 billion was wiped off the FTSE 100, after Prime Minister Theresa May used a major speech to detail priorities ahead of Brexit negotiations.
General Motors will on Tuesday announce a huge investment in its factories that will create or keep around 1,000 jobs.
Rolls-Royce has agreed to pay £671 million to British, US and Brazilian authorities to settle bribery and corruption claims.
Pulling Britain out of the European single market will be "serious but not fatal" for the City of London, said law firm Clifford Chance as Prime Minister Theresa May outlined her plans for Brexit.
Sterling has soared after Prime Minister Theresa May said there would be a parliamentary vote on Britain's Brexit deal with Europe.
Apple is to raise the price of apps in the UK by up to 25% following the fall in value of the pound.
British supermarket shelves are running low on courgettes after the cold snap on the continent hit suppliers.
In flation jumped to a two-and-a-half year high last month as the price of air fares and food rose more sharply than expected, with experts warning of climbing costs for British households in the months ahead.
Sausage roll maker Greggs has reported stellar fourth-quarter trading as it prepares to add hipster favourites vanilla latte, green tea and peppermint tea to its menu.
A north-east university has been ranked as one of the top in the world for its MBA programmes.
Theresa May will today pledge a clean break with the European Union, ruling out "half-in, half-out" or partial membership.
An Aberdeen businesswoman is taking her fledgling enterprise on the road on the back of strong demand for her toasted sandwiches.