Each week we ask small businesses some key questions. This time we speak to Helena Vettese, the owner of Scandinavian design shop, Eighty7 Design + Living in Aberdeen.
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Oil and gas companies listed on the alternative investment market (AIM) in London suffered a 15% slump in value in the first quarter of 2014, new figures show.
Marine technology specialist Kongsberg Maritime has launched a new charter vessel, allowing it to improve courses at its Aberdeenshire training centre.
Energy services groupPetrofac saw more than £700million wiped of its value yesterday after it admitted profits would be hit by “operational challenges” in the North Sea and Romania.
Fraserburgh businesses are being offered the chance to work with leading retail experts, thanks to a new initiative between industry support organisation Retailer Group and Aberdeenshire Council's regeneration team.
KPMG has recruited a new head of corporate finance for its Aberdeen office.
An Olympic hero and an oil company boss hailed the efforts of enterprising students from across the north east.
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Plans unveiled by Barclays for the scaling back of its troublesome investment banking arm by cutting 7,000 jobs triggered a 5%rise in the banking giant’s shares today.
Industrial giant Costain edges back into investor favour, unveiling record £3.2billion order book, with UK infrastructure, water markets and energy through new upstream business in the pipeline/
Highland seafood businesses will showcase their produce at the world's biggest seafood trade fair this week.
A motorbike has been involved in a crash with a car at Great Northern Road. The collision took place at around 8.13am. No one was injured.
The spirit of collaboration taking hold in the North Sea should be applied to all of Scotland's infrastructure development, a leading energy industry boss has claimed.
Royal Dutch Shell helped keep the London market in positive territory today, despite shock figures showing a sharp slowdown in the US economy.
Fashion chain Next has stepped up the pressure on rival Marks & Spencer by raising its profits guidance for the current year to as much as £790million.
The Highlands and islands could soon have the same number of wind turbines as the amount currently erected in the whole of England, it has emerged.