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The energy regulator has stepped in to stop customers of the failed Economy Energy being transferred to another supplier under an agreement that may no longer be valid.
Nicola Sturgeon confirms that a taskforce to help workers at the at-risk Stoneywood Mill is being considered
Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed steps have been made to consider whether a taskforce should be set up to help the troubled Stoneywood paper mill.
The Government offered to consider taking a stake in a new multibillion-pound nuclear power station before the project was suspended, it has been revealed.
A former North Sea oil worker has unveiled a new soul-saving survival suit prototype designed to give offshore accident victims a increased chance of survival.
The deputy chairman of Patisserie Valerie has resigned a day after the group revealed the extent of an accounting scandal which pushed it close to collapse last year.
Fashion retailer N Brown has revealed falling sales after a “challenging and highly promotional” Christmas.
Game Digital’s sales rose over Christmas and margins improved, although sales at its UK business suffered.
Gambling company GVC expects full-year earnings will beat market consensus thanks to strong growth in its online business.
Mr Kipling Cakes firm Premier Foods named its finance chief as interim chief executive as it revealed tumbling sweet treat and overseas sales.
Premier Inn owner Whitbread has posted higher third-quarter sales and backed its full-year guidance, but warned over the environment in the UK.
Supply chain costs for oil and gas firms in north-east Scotland are expected to drop as a result of the newly-opened Aberdeen bypass, according to transport bosses.
Primark owner Associated British Foods has said profits at the budget fashion chain are “well ahead”, despite a fall in like-for-like sales over its festive quarter.
Colleges around the north-east reported disruption yesterday as scores of lecturers set-up picket lines at their entrances and more lobbied outside the Scottish Parliament demanding fairer pay.
A TV apprentice guru and a chocolate entrepreneur have been announced as the first two speakers at a prestigious annual business conference.
How to prevent accidents offshore through the use of better communication will be explored at The Press and Journal’s next Business Briefing.
Students and rail passengers are being unfairly penalised by an openly-admitted error in the way a key measure of UK inflation is calculated, a Lords committee has warned.
Top-flight shares in London ended the day lower on Wednesday, with consumer goods giant Reckitt Benckiser among the biggest fallers after the announcement of its chief executive’s departure.
Sterling was in a resilient mood on Wednesday, holding onto gains ahead of a Parliamentary no-confidence vote on Theresa May’s Government.
Patisserie Valerie has unveiled the “devastating” extent of the irregularities in its accounting, which included thousands of false entries into the company’s ledgers.
A number of offers have been put forward for music retailer HMV, administrators have confirmed.
Goldman Sachs’s fourth quarter earnings beat expectations thanks to growth in its core investment banking arm, but the lender booked a multimillion-US dollar litigation charge.
Cineworld welcomed a record number of film goers last year, even as the blazing hot summer and the World Cup hit sales in the UK.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has said the pound’s rebound after the Commons vote signals market hope that Brexit can be delayed, but warned over further volatility.
The boss of City Pub Group has said there would be a “Remain dividend” for consumers if Brexit is called off, including lower prices for food and drink.
City Pub Group’s sales grew rapidly last year as the premium operator opened a string of new sites.
Pearson is on track to meet annual profit guidance as it continues to make progress with a turnaround and efforts to slash its debt pile.
Inflation has fallen to its lowest level in two years and within a whisker of the Bank of England’s target due to a drop in petrol prices and air fares.
The pound has held firm on hopes over a Plan B for Brexit as Prime Minister Theresa May fights off another challenge to her leadership.
Lloyds Banking Group has announced plans to lend £18 billion to British businesses this year as part of the banking giant’s transformation strategy.
Housebuilder Bovis Homes has said it expects to post a record year of profit and cheered “encouraging” early signs for trading in 2019.
The long-standing boss of Vanish and Dettol owner Reckitt Benckiser is to retire after more than eight years at the helm and 32 years with the company.
Scottish retailers have reported the worst December sales figures in 20 years, highlighting continuing woes on the nation’s high streets .