The future of fishing after Brexit will be under the spotlight in Aberdeen later this week.
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Accountants in Inverurie, Fraserburgh and Inverness are celebrating promotions at Aberdeen-based Johnston Carmichael (JC).
Islay single malt Ardbeg Kelpie has taken the top award and a clutch of others at the International Whisky Competition (IWC) in Las Vegas.
A north-east butcher has skewered the competition to claim top prizes for their kebabs and chicken in a national competition.
Family-run office supplies firm Langstane said yesterday it had recruited one of the next generation to its boardroom team as it continues to grow its business across Scotland.
A remote Highland mine that supplies high quality sand to one of the world's biggest glass makers has created nine new jobs in a £1million expansion.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle's relegation from the top flight of football could have a knock-on effect for the city's economy.
Inverurie business owners are gearing up to go to polls to decide if the town will become one of the next Business Improvement Districts in the north-east.
Fred "the Shred" Goodwin and other former Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) bosses will be trying to defend their tattered reputation in a £700million lawsuit which gets under way in London this week.
A businesswoman suing Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) for £25million has claimed the Scottish Government missed an opportunity to stop "bad practice and underperformance" at the development agency.
The SNP has called on the UK government to match the funding of the Holyrood executive in city deals in the north and north-east.
The SNP has launched a campaign to protect Peterhead Power Station as the question of the facility's future continues to loom over the town.
An initiative combining the best of Scotland's produce from land and sea in a classic culinary combination has been launched by two of Scotland’s largest food organisations.
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A £3million help scheme for Aberdeen firms, hit by huge business rate rises, is finally going ahead after a U-turn by councillors.
The Highlands' "thriving" business community was celebrated at a sell-out black tie event in Inverness last night.
A Lochaber woman is carving out a career for herself in what is traditionally a man's world.
Staff working at more than 50 businesses in Inverness and Loch Ness has been internationally recognised for their exceptional customer service.
A forest adventure company said its business in Scotland is flying high after more than 50,000 visitors swung through its trees during the 2016 season.
Aberdeen FC may have a large Far East following supporting the team from afar at tomorrow’s Scottish Cup final, thanks to an international conference focused on the multibillion-pound global business of football.
Agency accuses island sea salt business of “unacceptable mis-labelling” that could deceive consumers
A successful sea salt business in the Western Isles is under investigation as food standards officers said it put Scotland's great reputation for food and drink at risk.
Finalists for the cHeRries Awards 2017, in association with Robert Gordon University’s Aberdeen Business School and supported by Mattioli Woods, celebrated in style ahead of the main event next month.
A fish processing industry leader involved in one of the biggest corporate transactions in Scotland in recent years won an award last night at an annual food and drink awards event.
A Highland businessman is the driving force behind a venture which could breathe new life into a historic area.
An Aberdeen woman’s passion for chocolate is paying off after she sank more than £30,000 into a business start-up in Rosemount.
Aberdeen Sports Village is expecting to bring more than £2million to the local economy this year while it hosts a number of high-profile sporting competitions.
Aberdeenshire ice cream firm Mackie’s of Scotland has won a honey of a deal to supply its cold delights to Sainsbury's stores across the UK, worth an estimated £700,000 in sales.
A Northern Irish property company has swooped to buy an Aberdeen shopping precinct for £2.7million.
Work has started on the development of a new pub and restaurant on the outskirts of a north-east town.
Businesses could lose out on thousands of pounds as a popular north-east tourist road closes for two weeks - with a 47 mile detour.
An extra sprinkling of magic is being added to the north-east’s biggest and most exciting event celebrating the region’s energy sector.
A roadshow offering marketing and finance advice to business owners will visit Inverness, Dingwall and Thurso this month.