A leading light in the region’s cultural and creative arts sector was honoured with a lifetime achievement award at last night’s Northern Star Business Awards (NSBAs).
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Oil service firm Global Energy Group (GEG) is celebrating the biggest deal in its history, with a value understood to exceed £100 million.
The Highlands’ largest port has reported the most successful year in its 46-year history, with a 90% leap in annual profits.
Munro’s Travel said it had secured new business worth around £5 million since the start of the year.
One of the world’s “Big Four” professional services firms is to move its Aberdeen business from the west end into prestigious new offices in the heart of the city.
Nearly 560 UK jobs have been saved, including 450 in Aberdeen, after the sale of two closure-threatened subsidiaries of French paper maker Arjo Wiggins.
Soaring prices for its main raw material, cashmere, resulted in a 35% fall in profits at Johnstons of Elgin last year, despite a rise in sales.
A well-known Highland hotel, bought by an Indian entrepreneur, has reopened after an extensive refurbishment.
VisitAberdeenshire on mission to entice world class conferences to the region following completion of P&J Live
Tourism body VisitAberdeenshire is upping its drive to entice world class conferences to the region following the completion of P&J Live.
The mutual benefits of businesses building bonds with their local communities in the Highlands and Islands and Moray is the focus of a new initiative being rolled out across the area.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Margaret Gear, owner of Yasp Physiotherapy Clinic in Scalloway, Shetland.
Sisters Eilidh and Erin Duncan from Aberdeenshire have become well known on the agricultural show circuit since establishing their Braemuir Charollais flock 10 years ago.
You are likely to come across a McDonald’s restaurant with its familiar golden arches in virtually any corner of the world.
A Scottish economy expert will share his thoughts on the future of the country’s finances at the next Press and Journal Business Breakfast.
Entrepreneur behind plans for producing Scotland’s first buffalo mozzarella cheese to inspire region’s next generation
The entrepreneur behind plans for producing Scotland’s first buffalo mozzarella cheese will be in Aberdeen next month to help inspire the next wave of north-east business start-ups.
Aberdeen Sports Village (ASV) has unveiled its newly refurbished gym following a £500,000 investment.
A Shetland-based expert on the UK pharmaceutical industry has outlined her growing fears for its future after Brexit.
Scrabster Harbour Authority is upbeat about the progress it has made in attracting cruise traffic to the port despite the latest season ending on a low at the weekend.
A “buoyant” private housing market in Scotland and an acquisition that bolstered its presence in the Edinburgh commuter belt have brought a huge boost to results at rapidly-growing housebuilder Springfield Properties.
A deal to save hundreds of jobs and a closure-threatened paper mill is expected to be finalised by the end of the week.
Can you spot yourself in our video highlights from this year’s P&J Energy Voice Gold Awards? For the full list of winners, click the link below: IN FULL: All the winners from this year’s P&J Energy Voice Gold Awards And for our bumper photo gallery, click here.
One of Scotland’s most respected and seasoned entrepreneurs has handed her children the reins to her firm as she embarks upon a new role as CEO of a high-growth start-up.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Billy Thomson, director of Inverurie-based Thomson Partnership Scotland.
The recovery of the north-east’s oil and gas industry has not been “spectacular” despite a flurry of M&A activity in the first six months of the year, an industry expert has said.
A court battle is looming between the builders of the city bypass and the taxpayer over a £250 million disagreement over spiralling costs.
Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace (RCCW) has announced the retirement of partner Stewart Smith after nearly three decades with the law firm.
Work is set to restart on preparations to empty Dounreay’s notorious underground radioactive nuclear dump.
Construction group Galliford Try has counted the cost of the Aberdeen bypass in its latest annual results.
BP was fined £400,000 today for spilling almost four tonnes of crude oil in Shetland nearly seven years ago.
The annual P&J Energy Voice Gold Awards has been and gone for another year. Our photographers Colin Rennie and Heather Fowlie were there on the night capturing all the fun. Who can you spot in our bumper gallery?
Springfield Properties is planning to build 90 houses on its first site in Inverness, as the Elgin-based company continues an expansion into the Highlands.
Technology used to detect life on Mars has been adapted to help reduce an oil company’s impact on the environment.