A former senior Deutsche Bank trader has been extradited to the UK to face charges of manipulating a key lending rate.
Jayne-Anne Gadhia has said a more diverse City leadership would have helped during the financial crisis, but she stopped short of recommending a woman be installed as the next Bank of England governor.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney and two of his US advisers have racked up more than £100,000 on travel costs and taxis in just three months, figures have revealed.
Insurance policy documents can require university-level reading abilities and even industry experts struggle to cut through the jargon, an investigation suggests.
Nearly a fifth of private renters say they have waited more than three months to get their deposit back, a survey has found.
Scotland’s £674 million flagship beef industry is assessing the potential cost and reputational implications of a single case of BSE.
A north-east farmer with a passion for renewable energy and helping the next generation get into the industry is the winner of this year’s Royal Northern Agricultural Society (RNAS) local award.
It’s pumpkin time again, which always delights me and the girls.
Offshore services firm Bilfinger Salamis said it completely rejects claims that union representatives were removed from the North Sea Culzean project.
A farmer has spoken of his devastation after one of his cows was found to have BSE.
Aberdeen has been confirmed as host for two major energy conferences, putting the North Sea on a “strong footing” to boost its share of work on international projects.
Tory Brexiteers have been told to “concentrate their fire” on Theresa May instead of her officials by former Whitehall mandarins as tensions over talks with the EU mount.
Traditionally October is the month for the potato harvest and before modern machines entered the fields the work was all done by hand.
Children are being asked to draw their interpretation of farming through the seasons in Scotland as part of a new NFU Scotland (NFUS) competition.
Farm assurance should focus on individual animals and welfare outcomes, according to new guidance.
The new chairman of Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) is embarking on a fact-finding mission to gather views on industry challenges and opportunities.
Theresa May has told business leaders she knows time is running out to reach a Brexit deal but she is confident it can be done, the head of the Institute of Directors has said.
A TV news interviewer got a less than favourable response to a question when the head of housebuilders Persimmon walked off camera when asked about his controversial £75 million bonus for the year.
The FTSE 100 struggled for direction on Friday, but manged to end in positive territory following two days of losses.
Royal Bank of Scotland is expected to post higher profits next week amid a drop in litigation and conduct charges, as it releases results alongside banking peers Barclays and Lloyds.
A new energy export conference is to be hosted in Aberdeen next year to present £100 billion worth of project opportunities for UK companies.
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has used a leap of more than 10% in the value of international sales to press its case for a duty freeze on Scotland’s national drink in its domestic market.
The Aberdeenshire farmer whose cow tested positive for the first case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) in Scotland in a decade has described the situation as "devastating".
Government borrowing in September fell to its lowest level since 2007, giving Chancellor Philip Hammond a dose of good news ahead of his budget later this month.
Intercontinental Hotels Group saw a greater return on its rooms in the third quarter, but growth was comparatively slow after last year’s performance was boosted by hurricanes.
Embattled doorstep lender Provident assured it is on stable footing as it continues to recover from a string of regulatory sanctions, but said home credit collections are still below historic levels.
Shares in Trafford Centre landlord Intu jumped more than 14% on Friday after a consortium of investors upped its takeover approach, valuing the company at around £2.8 billion.
The London Stock Exchange is set to shell out 438 million euro (£384 million) to up its stake in British clearing house LCH despite uncertainty over the regulation of euro clearing contracts post-Brexit.
Car dealer Pendragon warned of “uncertainty” as its profit expectations were hit by a drop in new vehicle sales.
Farm leaders have been quick to reassure consumers of the safety of Scottish beef after a case of BSE was confirmed on an Aberdeenshire farm.
The subsea industry is finally starting to feel the positive effects of improved market conditions in oil and gas, despite this week’s closure of the Underwater Centre.
There will not be enough UK seafarers to maintain the North Sea’s offshore support vessel fleet in the event of a hard Brexit, according to an organisation for ship operators.
Britons will increase their spending on Halloween by 5% on last year to almost £420 million, analysts predict, as the event becomes established on the consumer calendar.
Amazon is to open a new office in Manchester as part of plans to create more than 1,000 research and development jobs across the country.
The FTSE 100 followed its global peers into the red on Thursday as a renewed sell off on Wall Street continued to drag on equity markets.
Starbucks is restructuring its European operations after several years of slowing sales and will close its Amsterdam office to the benefit of London.
A case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) has been confirmed on an Aberdeenshire farm for the first time in 10 years.
The woman tasked with attracting City workers to Paris as Brexit rolls on is stepping up her charm offensive, with plans for a new private English school to cater for the wealthy.
Bank customers will be warned if the name of someone they are trying to pay does not match the account details – in the latest step to combat scams where people are tricked into transferring money to a fraudster.
Filipino fast food chain Jollibee will create 1,500 jobs in the UK by 2023 as part of a multimillion-dollar expansion plan, it revealed ahead of the opening of its first London store.
A case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), commonly known as mad cow disease, has been confirmed on a farm in Aberdeenshire.
Mecca bingo owner Rank Group has posted a hefty slump in sales over the past four months as high-rollers reined in their spending at the firm’s casinos.
Retail sales fell in September as shoppers cut back their spending on food after a bumper summer, figures show.
A low-cost Cypriot airline which serves UK airports has ceased trading.
An airline has announced it is cancelling all its flights and indefinitely suspending operations.
Shares in Games Workshop tanked on Thursday after the fantasy miniatures maker warned over uncertain trading.
The World Cup and online betting boosted Ladbrokes owner GVC in the third quarter, but betting shops on the UK high street continued to be weaker.
Surging demand for ice cream in the summer heatwave helped Magnum-to-Marmite giant Unilever post higher third-quarter sales.
Pest control and hygiene giant Rentokil Initial could be forced to sell off the UK arm of recent acquisition Cannon Hygiene after the competition watchdog raised concerns.
Domino’s Pizza has seen UK sales growth more than halve after “evident uncertainty” among customers and the summer heatwave took its toll.
A north-east scientist has been awarded around £1.5 million in funding in a single week giving a “major boost” to research in the region.
Plans to close Scotland’s productivity gap, including support to help firms trade intentionally, have been set out.
A top Bank of England official has defended the institution’s track record on bullying and harassment after figures showed a spike in investigations during governor Mark Carney’s term in office.
The FTSE 100 finished in the red on Wednesday, following US and European markets lower as a cocktail of jitters weighed on investor sentiment.
The UK has done “all it can” unilaterally to cushion the blow of a no-deal Brexit for banks and financial firms, a Bank of England deputy governor has said.
Actor Alun Armstrong branded a disability benefit only given to people unable to walk more than 20 metres a “cost-cutting exercise”, as he joined a protest against the rule.
A world-leading Highland subsea training base has been placed into administration putting around 50 jobs at risk.
Inflation fell in September, as lower price tags on food eased pressure on household finances.
Businessman Luke Johnson, who was forced to inject emergency funding into Patisserie Valerie just days ago, is facing another headache as Brexit scuppers his plans to offload Gail’s Bakery.
Barratt Developments has shrugged off mounting signs of Brexit woes in the property market as it insisted conditions remained solid with strong buyer demand.
The scale of the lost pensions problem is “jaw dropping”, according to the Association of British Insurers (ABI).
UK Inflation fell in September, as lower price tags on food eased pressure on household finances.
Pearson shares were on a roll after the firm said it is on track for a return to profit growth this year as a turnaround plan begins to bear fruit.
Regional airline Flybe saw shares nosedive after it warned over full-year profits following easing demand and a £29 million hit from rising fuel costs and the weak pound.
ScottishPower has refuted accusations alleging the firm will shortchange the Scottish supply chain following its commitment to become a fully wind generated firm.
A global consulting firm has created a “roadmap” for North Sea decommissioning, as operators become “seriously concerned” over its costs.
Housebuilder Crest Nicholson has warned over profits as it blamed Brexit uncertainties for putting off buyers in the traditional strong autumn selling season.
Online fashion retailer Asos reported another year of double-digit sales and profit growth despite ongoing investment in increasing its capacity.
Healthcare in the UK is something that is all too often taken for granted. Whether we need an emergency operation, a routine check up or an annual eye test we are fortunate enough not to have to worry about the associated costs.
More than a third of rural pubs are struggling to stay afloat in the current economic climate – despite an overall growth in the hospitality sector.
A retired engineer has earned the right to weave his own Harris Tweed after undertaking a “labour of love” to restore two vintage looms to their former glory.
Inflation is forecast to have edged down in September, as a spike in prices for recreational activities cooled off.
Beleaguered internet news site Unilad has been acquired out of administration by its arch rival Ladbible.
Sterling was given a lift on Tuesday after official figures showed that British workers enjoyed the strongest wage growth since the financial crisis.
The City watchdog has extended the financial ombudsman’s powers to oversee new SME complaints, but advocates say it is only a “piecemeal” solution towards bringing banks to justice.
Fishing Republic shares were suspended from trading on Tuesday after the firm warned that major investors had pulled their support for the angling retailer.
Inflation is forecast to have edged down in September, as a spike in prices for recreational activities cooled off.
Five-a-side football pitch operator Powerleague is to axe more than 100 jobs under plans to shut sites as part of a rescue deal.
Marmite-to-Dove soap giant Unilever has admitted failing to talk to shareholders in the run-up to its ill-fated decision to move its corporate HQ to the Netherlands.
A former board member of Germany’s central bank has hit back at suggestions that European regulators are not doing enough to save the financial sector from major business disruption after Brexit.
The competition watchdog will take into account the rapid growth of Aldi and Lidl when deciding whether to approve the £12 billion mega-merger between Sainsbury’s and Asda.
Losses narrowed at farm, construction and groundcare machinery company Ravenhill Ltd last year.
Scottish farmers and crofters are to receive their share of £5.7 million in reimbursement payments from the European Commission.
The eagerly awaited review of farm subsidy budget allocations will not apply to the current round of Common Agricultural Policy (Cap) funding, Defra Secretary Michael Gove has confirmed.
Graeme Mackay continued his long run of success at the annual ploughing match held by Caithness Vintage Tractor and Machinery Club.
The UK’s biggest supermarkets lost market share to rivals Aldi and Lidl over the three months to October as the arrival of cooler weather marked the end of a bumper summer for grocers, figures show.
Footasylum has swung to a half-year loss and said it will slow down its store opening plans as the retailer bemoaned a challenging trading environment.
The number of people in work has remained at a near-record high despite a slight fall in employment, new figures show.
Merlin Entertainments reported “in-line” revenue growth on Tuesday, despite lingering challenges to its central London attractions after last year’s terror attacks.
Paddy Power Betfair has been fined £2.2 million by the gambling watchdog for a raft of failings including allowing a punter to gamble money stolen from a dogs home.
A major tech overhaul at Three UK will result in a raft of job cuts for the telecom firm’s 4,500-strong workforce following the roll-out of a new platform next year.
Most octogenarians are more likely to be researching their ideal care home rather than running it.
A former member of Germany’s central bank has warned lenders against “falling prey” to the “false sense of security” around a Brexit transition deal, saying time is running out to prepare for a no-deal scenario.
Housebuilder Bellway has shrugged off easing property prices and surging costs to post a hike in profits, but cautioned over a Brexit risk to the peak selling season.
Scottish Power has switched to 100% wind power generation after selling its gas and hydro business in a £702million deal.
Scottish Power has become the first UK energy company to switch completely to wind power after selling its last remaining gas plant to Drax Group.
EnerMech Group has revealed that the firm has been acquired from Lime Rock Partners by private equity firm Carlyle Group.