A north-east university has been ranked as one of the top in the world for its MBA programmes.
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An Aberdeen businesswoman is taking her fledgling enterprise on the road on the back of strong demand for her toasted sandwiches.
Innovative technology used to combat the scourge of sea-lice on Scottish salmon farms has been blamed for the deaths of nearly 6,000 fish at a site in Shetland.
One of Aberdeen's most successful biotech companies has hailed a major milestone as it starts a clinical trial in the city.
One of the hotels in the collapsed business empire of Aberdeen-based entrepreneurial duo Ivor Finnie and Alan Wallace has been sold by administrators for £17.7million.
A bright but chill day at the dawning of 2017 day proves as good as any to think about fresh ventures.
The founder of a government body that galvanised industry and university collaboration in Ireland has urged Scotland to do the same to diversify and strengthen the economy of the north-east.
Accountancy firm Anderson Anderson and Brown (AAB) has notched up a half century of deals in the mergers and acquisitions (M&A) market for a third consecutive year.
Part of a £10million government fund set aside for oil and gas research and development (R&D) projects in Scotland has been handed to a firm led by two American billionaires, it has emerged.
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Aberdeen entrepreneur Chris Tonner has bounced back from business disappointment to launch a new catering firm, Salt & Sauce, alongside a local bar owner.
A bottle of 26 year old GlenDronach single malt whisky signed by President-elect Donald Trump has sold at auction in Glasgow for £6,000.
Business owners in a north-east town are preparing to launch a rebellion over the latest rates hike by Aberdeenshire Council which they claim will "strangle" the local economy.
A record number of travellers used the Highlands and Islands' network of airports last year, according to new figures.
The University of Aberdeen has appointed one of the city's top businessmen to lead its governing body.
A north-east financial company has donated £5,000 towards helping feed some of the region's poorest families.
The campaign for the cHeRries Awards 2017, in association with Robert Gordon University’s Aberdeen Business School and supported by Mattioli Woods, is now in full swing.
Highlands and Islands house prices rose 7% as sales in the region hit an eight-year high in 2016, according to new estate agency figures.
Tidal power firm Atlantis Resources is forming a new internal division to serve the wider water-based renewable energy sector.
Two buildings in Wick's Lower Pultneytown are to be turned into an operations and maintenance base for Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Limited (BOWL).
Single malt style whisky and two different gins to be made at new distillery in grounds of historic Highland castle
Planning permission has been granted to build a distillery at Dunrobin Castle in Sutherland.
A total of 3.1million passengers passed through Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) during 2016, 12.2% fewer than the year before, new figures show.
A leading Aberdeenshire town's business community convened last night to discuss the prospect of becoming a Business Improvement District.
Aberdeen City Council Leader Jenny Laing hailed an "exciting new chapter" for the north-east as she opened the London Stock Exchange to mark the local authority's pioneering bond issue.
A north-east butcher has been crowned chieftain of the pudding race after scooping a top award for his take on the chip shop favourite.
Profits of more than £9million a year ago have turned to losses of £5.5million at Scottish Sawmill business BSW Timber.
Haulage boss Eddie Anderson, who runs Aberdeen firm ARR Craib, said yesterday uncertainty over Brexit had potentially cost his business new work worth many millions of pounds.
Aberdeen travellers can now fly to more international destinations via Heathrow with a single check in and bag drop.
Russia’s ban on mackerel and other seafood imports from the European Union continued to hurt northern isles’ processor Shetland Catch in its last full trading year.
A major new research and business campus is to be built in Orkney - paving the way for a jobs and investment boom on the isles.
An Aberdeen-headquartered business will provide lifesaving training for journalists and production crews going into war zones.