Changes to employment legislation in the aftermath of the independence referendum will be up for discussion at a human resources (HR) conference in Aberdeen next month.
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US billionaire Donald Trump's golf resort at Menie, near Balmedie, has reported a widening of losses but also a big jump in turnover for its first full financial year.
This year's Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival brought a huge boost to the Moray economy.
A Fort William business man who is at the forefront of the biomass sector in Scotland and the north of England has been appointed new chairman of Lochaber Chamber of Commerce.
Fire crews were called to Aberdeen Airport this morning as a helicopter made an emergency landing.
The annual cost of dismantling and removing old oil and gas assets in the UK North Sea is expected to hit £1billion for the first time during 2014.
Bmi regional will increase capacity across its network by 16% in summer 2015, the Aberdeen-based airline said yesterday.
Commercial property and relaxation are never easy bedfellows, thanks to taxes, red tape and maintenance demand.
North-east businesswoman Sharon Tierney said scantily-clad women at oil and gas shows give out the wrong message.
An industry body has been asked by its members to put an end to scantily-clad “poster girls” at big oil and gas events.
A new business park delivering more than 800,000 square feet of commercial development land has been officially unveiled in the north-east.
Aberdeen nightspots with a controversial past are to re-open under a new operator, run by city businessman Russell Davidson.
The owner of a Kemnay salon is raising money for a charity mission to India to train youngsters in the art of hairdressing.
Plans for an office block in Westhill that have prompted objections from doctors and patients have been deferred to allow a site visit.
Aberdeen computer-software specialist Inoapps is beefing up its management team as it chases £50million turnover by 2015.
FirstGroup has lost out on the franchise to run most of Scotland’s trains for the next decade.
The UK's most northerly chippy has been crowned the best in Scotland for second time.
Liberal Democrat activists have rejected a bid to drop the party's opposition to new airport runways - despite concerns about the impact on the north-east.
A family-owned whisky-maker has marked its "steady transition" to the next generation with a product launch.
A small rise in output during 2013 has taken Scottish farmed salmon production to the highest annual total in a decade.
Business and education partnerships brokered through the Interface organisation have helped to secure more than 60 Highlands and Islands' jobs in three years, a new report says.
One of the biggest employers in the Highlands has reported a large slump in profits.
A well known Aberdeen furniture store is closing its doors after 156 years in business.
Shipping and energy service firm Craig Group yesterday announced the launch of two new emergency response and rescue vessels (ERRVs).
There was double success for the north-east at last night's prestigious EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards in London.
Virgin Atlantic has axed its Little Red flights between Aberdeen and London Heathrow just 18 months after they took off.
CNR International has taken a major step towards the decommissioning of its UK North Sea Murchison platform.
As quickly as the party started it’s all but gone. Watch the fantastic Energy Ball 2014 come to life in our incredible time-lapse video of the night. Extra points if you can spot yourself on the dance floor. Read the full story and watch the video on the Press and Journal’s sister website, Energy Voice.
Shetland Islands Council is being asked to back an attempt to kickstart a hydrogen economy in the isles, putting it at the forefront of the world's green energy movement.
The 2014 Press and Journal Energy Ball once again lived up to its reputation as the premier night of the region’s social calendar.
A supermarket price war is putting margins under pressure at Walkers Shortbread, one of the iconic food firm's bosses said yesterday.