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A Government review of a Scottish business model has been launched following allegations linking it to a 1 billion US dollar fraud.
A teenager who left school without grades has turned businessman and launched a clothing brand from his bedroom.
First-time buyers have a "window of opportunity" as the 2017 housing market gets under way, with a boost in the number of homes to choose from, according to a property website.
Five-a-side football business Goals Soccer Centres said it has "turned the corner" after scoring a rise in annual sales.
The pound slumped to its lowest point for more than three months after reports that Theresa May is heading for a "hard Brexit".
An expansion of a rate relief scheme for small firms will help exempt more than half of all commercial properties from business rates , Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has said.
A record number of travellers used the Highlands and Islands' network of airports last year, according to new figures.
A leading twine and string manufacturer is set to create 15 jobs after an investment from new owners.
Highlands and Islands house prices rose 7% as sales in the region hit an eight-year high in 2016, according to new estate agency figures.
Tidal power firm Atlantis Resources is forming a new internal division to serve the wider water-based renewable energy sector.
Two buildings in Wick's Lower Pultneytown are to be turned into an operations and maintenance base for Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Limited (BOWL).
The sibling duo behind two of biggest operators of flights from Scottish airports have waived loan interest charges worth nearly £1.5million, allowing the parent company to stay profitable.
Business start-ups around the UK have slumped by nearly 20% in five years, a study has found.
Five Highland makers and designers and 15 others from around Scotland have been selected to showcase their work at a prestigious craft show in the US for the first time.
North Sea helicopter operator Bristow Helicopters said yesterday it had worked hard to “secure its position” during a difficult year.
Major US oilfield services company Weatherford is to close its base in Arbroath.
British Airways customers will be able to fly to their destinations during a 48-hour strike by cabin crew next week although a small number of flights will be "merged", the airline announced.
The high street failed to rally at the end of a dismal year for retailers in a fourth poor December in a row, new figures show.
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) said today that it would look into a helicopter’s emergency landing on a North Sea platform.
Shoppers in Scotland have continued to enjoy falling prices, but growing cost pressures are likely to feed through to the tills, the Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) has warned.
It’s fair to say that fisheries and its contribution to Scotland’s economy has been well and truly in the spotlight in 2016.
Inverness-based Carlton Clubs has stepped up its annual spending by more than £100,000 since the government halved taxes on bingo halls.
Aberdeen is the biggest faller in a leading lender’s review of UK house prices in 2016.
Haggis-makers, bakers and brewers are among 47 food and drink manufacturers that have secured funding from the Scottish Government during 2016.
The country's shops will face "formidable challenges" in the coming year, the director of the Scottish Retail Consortium has predicted.
The activist hedge-fund manager which forced boardroom change at Alliance Trust has upped its stake in the Scottish investment giant to 19%.
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has called on the Scottish Government to help deliver a fair deal for the nation’s growing army of self-employed.
Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) director David Lonsdale believes there has never been a better time for Scottish shoppers.
The Scottish Cities Alliance (SCA) is celebrating bringing £100 million into the country's economy in the past 18 months.
A Norwegian airline has announced it is launching flights from Scotland to New York - that will cost less than £60.
The trade body for Scotch whisky say the UK should become a "voice for open markets globally," following the vote to quit the EU.
Taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland took centre stage in the banking sector in 2016 after a year dominated by scandals and fears over its balance sheet.