A top fishing leader accused Alex Salmond of intimidation during a heated clash on what independence would mean for Scots skippers.
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The firm behind the world's top-selling malt whisky hailed the "phenomenal" success of one of its other products, Hendrick's gin, as it unveiled a sharp increase in profits.
Police have named the man who died following a fall on a North Sea oil platform. Sean Anderson was working on BP’s Unity platform, almost 100 miles off Aberdeen, when the accident happened shortly after 4am on Thursday. Read the full story on the Press and Journal’s sister website Energy Voice.
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has joined an international organisation devoted to protecting genuine products from copycats.
Developers have revealed that the bulk of the construction jobs for their proposed 20-acre Peterhead retail park will be given to local firms.
Aberdeen-based well management firm Zenith Energy is relocating to new offices in the city's west end.
Aberdeen oil and gas engineering service business Plexus Holdings has nearly doubled the size of its operational headquarters in Dyce, Aberdeen, in a £2.4million investment.
Former chancellor of the exchequer and leader of the Better Together campaign Alistair Darling warned a successful vote for Scottish independence was a "one way ticket to an uncertain destination" for the UK and the North Sea oil and gas industry.
Office occupier behaviour is different in Aberdeen than in either Edinburgh or Glasgow, according to property agent FG Burnett.
Top stock market analysts have backed Alex Salmond's claim that North Sea oil is a bonus rather than the backbone of an independent Scotland's economy.
Some of the assets of bust north firm North West Contracts (NWC) went under the hammer at an auction in Inverness yesterday.
New figures have shown that the property market in the Highlands are continuing to recover, with the best results recorded in six years.
John McDonald wants to maintain certain standards.
Aberdeen is poised to become Scotland's first "gigabit" city under plans to upgrade its broadband infrastructure.
Wealth manager Mattioli Woods said it would continue to buy up rival firms as it revealed a boost in profits and assets under management in its latest financial year.
Scottish business leaders hope a new shortlist of options for growing UK airport capacity will lead to a swift decision which protects regional air services to London.
Shock new figures show the cost of the communications office at Westminster's Department of Energy and Climate Change has soared by almost 70% in two years.
North-east businessman Alan Fergusson has joined the board of wealth management and pension specialist Mattioli Woods as employee benefits director.
Former Liberal Democrat Charles Kennedy has said that Skye and the Small Isles must not be left out of plans to devolve powers to the islands.
A massive windfarm development in the Outer Moray Firth has won Scottish Government approval.
North builder Roy Homes has a new managing director, Scott Strachan, who has headed up the company's timber frame division for the past three and a half years.
Aberdeenshire Council chief executive Colin Mackenzie announced his retirement yesterday, following a career in local government spanning more than four decades.
Housebuilding activity in and around Aberdeen is showing no sign of slowing down despite rocketing prices.
A shopkeeper faces a second date in court to appeal a carbon copy of a case he won just over a week ago.
The Swedish Navy is to use new technology developed by a north-east firm.
The chief executive of Aberdeenshire Council, Colin McKenzie, has announced his retirement this morning.
Fast growing food and drink firms in Scotland could create up to 10,000 jobs in the next five years as the sector remains on track to double exports, a new report has found.
Firms in two north-east towns will get the chance to work with leading retail experts as part of ongoing regeneration efforts.
The Aberdeen office of professional services firm Ernst & Young (EY) has lured a senior hire from rival Deloitte.
The Chief of the Clan MacNeil has given his backing to Scottish independence - claiming a Yes vote would deliver a "fairer future" for all.
More than £1.5million has been spent breathing new life into a Moray holiday park looking to leave a series of scandals behind.