A continuing management strategy to return its focus solely to housebuilding has boosted the balance sheet at Inverness-based Tulloch Homes Group.
North of Scotland
A £5.39million construction contract has been awarded for the development of a new research and innovation campus at Stromness, in Orkney.
Oil firm Total said today that it would make 250 workers redundant in the north-east following its takeover of Maersk Oil.
The evolution of technology continues to reshape the world as we know it, from accessing an app on your phone to remotely control your home heating, to using your mobile to pay for a coffee.
The rise of the robots is well and truly under way at businesses across the north and north-east – and in all sorts of workplaces.
North Sea veteran Algy Cluff said yesterday the current rocky relations between the UK and Russia highlighted the dangers of Britain relying on foreign gas imports.
Technology has made it easier to communicate. But with a number of channels, it can leave communicators unsure which tool to use. PR professional Stevie Brown has five suggestions to ensure your key messages get through
Rebecca Buchan talks to three experts about some worse-case scenarios and what this means for consumers and businesses alike.
Many people will have seen or heard about the reduction in the level of Pension Lifetime Allowance.
Does the UK Government’s anti-corruption strategy go far enough or is it a missed opportunity?
Harvey Aberdein: ‘Researchers have even described one of the robots as like a child, constantly asking questions’
The growth of technology and, more importantly, the pace at which it is impacting our daily lives is undoubtedly one of the big debates of our age.
Historically a pioneer and entrepreneurial powerhouse, Scotland has a proud tradition of innovation and new technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data, robotics, advanced manufacturing, precision medicine and the “internet of things” are driving the next generation of tech firms.
Substantial media coverage has been devoted to the collapse of several household names recently.
Our small country’s ability to take knowledge and expertise from a broad spectrum of sectors onto a global stage is not new and it was this rich history, coupled with an appetite for international networking, that led to the creation of our Aberdeen-Houston Gateway.
North and north-east businesses have a raft of economic data to chew over this week.
Scottish firms could miss out on up to £4.3billion in untapped growth potential in 2018, new study findings show.
If someone were to ask me now what I wanted to be when I grow up I would tell them I dream of being a travel blogger.
Technology: friend or foe? That question is increasingly being asked as the pace of technological development accelerates.
Malcolm Gunnyeon is a partner in Dentons’ dispute resolution team.
Homeowners in the Highlands and Moray have halved the proportion of their disposable income that is going on mortgage payments in the last decade.
Scottish fishing chiefs spelled out their demands for Brexit last night as pressure ramps up on Prime Mininster Theresa May not to cede any sovereignty over fishing policy to Brussels.
Independent oil and gas company RockRose Energy commissioned a report into whether a North Sea asset should be replaced
Independent oil and gas production and infrastructure company RockRose Energy said yesterday it had commissioned a report into whether a North Sea asset should be replaced.
Scottish offshore survey experts have helped to create a complete digital map of the world’s ocean floor.
Nigg Energy Park, in Easter Ross, is gearing up for its role in the construction of the £2.6billion Beatrice offshore windfarm.
Norwegian major Statoil’s name change is a “bold reinforcement” of its commitment to the energy transition, an analyst has said.
RockRose Energy said today that it had commissioned a report to determine whether a North Sea oil vessel should be replaced.
Eight low-carbon technology developers will go head-to-head for funding at Shell’s Springboard competition in Aberdeen next week.
One of Scotland’s most iconic castles and a record-breaking mountain bike championships were among those named best in the business at Scotland’s biggest awards night in tourism.
Hundreds of young people have taken part in events around Scotland run by infrastructure giant Robertson Group to highlight career opportunities in the construction industry.
Five high-profile panellists will discuss prospects for north-east business at a Press and Journal Morning Briefing in Aberdeen next week.
North-east firms have lost their battle to get business rates cut after judges at the highest court in Scotland ruled the oil downturn had not affected the value of commercial properties.
Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden took home nearly £8million last year after being rewarded for his “strong leadership”.