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Energy giant Shell has announced plans that will secure work for the St Fergus gas terminal near Peterhead for years to come.
Crunch talks affecting the future of North Sea fishing seemed to have reached an impasse last night.
A backstop could be placed on the recent oil price freefall if traders are convinced Opec proposals to cut global production are “for real”, according to a top petroleum economist.
The boss at Three60 Energy said the fast-growing energy services group is still geared towards expansion.
More than 20 trade organisations have joined forces in an attempt to persuade Scottish Finance Secretary Derek Mackay to ditch plans for a new out-of-town business rates levy.
French drinks giant La Martiniquaise-Bardinet has swooped to buy one of Scotland’s most iconic whisky brands.
CYBG chief executive David Duffy said yesterday he did not know if branch closures were largely behind the Scottish banking group.
Activist investor Christen Ager Hanssen vowed last night to fight the sale of Scottish publisher Johnston Press to a US hedge fund in a pre-pack administration deal.
Half of Scotland’s smaller firms believe they get a raw deal in what they are charged by their banks.
Drink giant Diageo is offloading a string of brands to US firm Sazerac for £428 million in order to focus on fast-growing demand for its “premium and above” range in the US.
Fears are growing that Scotland’s fishing fleet may face a Brexit-fuelled EU backlash at end of year quota talks.
Aberdeen-based Atlas Knowledge has been acquired by global firm Mintra Group for around £10.7 million.
The GMB trade union confirmed yesterday that “most” of its North Sea members had voted for industrial action.
Scottish dealmakers can expect a Brexit-hit drop in mergers and acquisitions (M&As) despite 2018 shaping up to be a near-record year for transactions globally, according to EY.
Small and medium-sized enterprises are rushing to join a proposed lawsuit against Clydesdale Bank, the firm managing the claims said yesterday.
Three north and north-east firms have been singled out for special praise in an annual review of the UK’s legal market.
The prime minister has been urged to take action to tackle the “unfair” delivery charges facing people living in the Highlands and Islands.
Scotland’s fast-growing life sciences industry has some big hurdles in its path but does not lack ambition.
Scotsman owner Johnston Press has put itself up for sale after months of speculation around the future of the business.
Scottish utility SSE and Germany’s innogy claim consumers will be the winners as the competition watchdog approved a merger of two of Britain’s biggest energy suppliers.
The first graduates of a unique fast track training programme for salmon farm managers have taken up their new positions.
A barber plans to expand his Aberdeen business into a UK-wide operation.
Scottish fishers have been threatened with a massive cut in quota for their most valuable species, just as a new poll shows overwhelming public support for them catching more fish after Brexit.
Key whitefish stocks in Scotland’s waters have expanded dramatically over the past decade, according to a new study.
Airbus Helicopters said yesterday it was targeting the global renewable energy market for new business.
The organisation driving research and development (R&D) in the UK subsea sector is today setting out ambitions to unlock new opportunities in the “blue” economy.
Sunny weather and more funerals helped to boost profits at Scotmid Co-operative during the first half of its trading year, the group’s boss said yesterday.
A translation business launched in the bedroom of a house in Mannofield, Aberdeen, in 2001, is on track for smashing the £10 million annual sales barrier for the first time.
Kier Construction Scotland has netted £6 million-worth of work to upgrade mental health facilities in the north-east.
One of the most famous potteries on the Outer Hebrides has reopened after being brought back to life by a family of local artists.
Leading business group urges Scottish Government to take ‘swift action’ to halt decline in Scottish retailing
A leading business group is today urging the Scottish Government to take “swift action” to halt a decline in Scottish retailing.
Eight seafood producers and a national trade body are flying the flag for Scotland at a major industry showcase in Japan this week.