Meldrum House Country Hotel scooped a top accolade at the "Oscars" for the industry at the AA Hospitality Awards in London.
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Cashmere company Johnstons of Elgin has staunched losses with an upturn in sales.
Total has announced a host of new cost cutting measures.
An 18-year-old business man from Fife is aiming to get the top job at Nisa Retail, the member-owned convenience store with £1.6 billion in sales.
In Inverness civil engineering firm has appointed a new director after winning a motorway upgrade contract on the A1.
A Scots law firm with offices in Aberdeen and Inverness said it enjoyed its strongest performance in eight years but was concerned about a legal skills shortage becoming "acute".
An Aberdeen firm used its state-of-the-art crime scene analysis technology to investigate an infamous medieval crime at Stirling Castle this weekend.
UK industry is gearing up for a post-referendum deal resurgence as the merger & acquisitions (M&A) market rebounds following Thursday's historic vote for Scottish Independence, a law firm has claimed.
A major Australian investment bank has joined Ferrovial in its bid to buy three airports including Aberdeen.
The Scotch Whisky Association said Scotland's decision to say No to independence would deliver stability for firms making the national drink.
Today’s No vote removes some of the uncertainty that was troubling Scottish fishing chiefs but there are other big imponderables on the horizon.
Australian women's fashion retailer Taking Shape has opened its first Scottish outlet in Aberdeen.
The Scottish company aiming to establish the world's biggest tidal-power project in the Moray Firth has signed a multi-million pound contract to sell electricity generated by the scheme.
Moray accountancy firm Faith Simpson has expanded its presence to Aberdeenshire after taking over Huntly business David Brown & Co.
Diageo bosses face a shareholder revolt over "excessive" pay today at the firm's annual general meeting (AGM) in London.
Flybe has struck a deal with its aircraft manufacturer which will see it run smaller planes on its regional flights from next year as part of a turnaround plan.
Aberdeen firm FirstGroup is revving up for a mammoth bussing operation during the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.
An independent north-east brewery has bounced back from hard times and launched exports to China amid growing demand for Scottish craft beers across Asia.
A visitor boost for the Caledonian Canal is in the offing thanks to a new collaboration.
Craft beer fans have handed the Yes campaign a landslide victory just days before the polls open in the Scottish independence referendum.
Two Aberdeen-based maintenance and construction companies have made significant appointment this week.
Dozens of jobs have put in jeopardy in the north after Phones 4u stores were closed yesterday.
Each week, we ask small businesses some key questions. This time we speak to Kathy Taylor, owner of farmed fish vaccination firm Salmovac in Avoch, Ross-shire
Business leaders from two north-east towns have started cashing in on expert advice from retail tsars.
Macrae and Dick (M&D) said operating profits slid by 6% to £1.57million in 2013, with the north's biggest car dealer blaming economic conditions and a squeeze on margins.
Transport Scotland's announcement that the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) will open in 2017 rather than 2018 is music to the ears of the local business community.
Men in Kilts could soon be cleaning your windows in Aberdeen, Elgin and Inverness.
Energy efficiency has become an increasingly hot topic for the UK commercial property industry and successive governments over the past couple of decades.
Scottish small business confidence has fallen below the UK average after a difficult quarter, according to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
Independent oil and gas explorer Hurricane Energy has announced that its Lancaster well West of Shetland could flow twice as much oil as previously expected.
Two Moray businessmen calling for an end to their involvement in Elgin's Business Improvement District (Bid) organisation will meet with its bosses this week.
Fresh doubts have emerged over the future of Virgin Atlantic's Little Red flights between Aberdeen and London Heathrow.