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An economic think-tank claims Brexit poses a “severe threat” to fishing communities.
Many thousands of dolphins, whales and porpoises continue to be killed in fishing nets – and some European countries are failing to tackle the problem, a new report has warned.
David Beckham is helping Scotch whisky giant Diageo to get its responsible drinking message across to a global audience.
A leading whisky-maker has turned ageing stocks of Scotland’s national drink into cash through an £80million asset-based loan.
The Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) said yesterday John Brodie was to become its new chairman, with effect from January 1.
Scottish salmon exports have soared during 2017 according to the latest figures released today.
Scottish life sciences firms have highlighted an early negative impact from Brexit on the £4.2billion sector – and warned of worse to come.
Scottish utility SSE said yesterday it has been in talks with Npower’s German owner, Innogy, about creating a new independent UK energy supply company.
The new car market has declined for a seventh consecutive month, industry figures show.
Retired homeowners in Scotland are reaping the rewards of paying off their mortgages amid record levels of soaring property wealth, according to equity release adviser Boyd Legal.
A record 104,000 firms throughout Scotland are benefiting from the Small Business Bonus Scheme (SBBS) this tax year, the Scottish Government said yesterday.
The whisky industry’s trade body has renewed calls for the chancellor to cut “staggering” levels of tax on Scotch to support sales growth in the UK and international markets ahead of Brexit.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has announced that small businesses can now access UK Government-backed export finance directly from their banks, boosting Britain’s trade.
A US venture with a seaweed harvesting firm based on Uist “shows the impact” American investment is having the length and breadth of Scotland, according to Scottish Economy Secretary Keith Brown.
Loganair has started operating flights between Aberdeen, Durham Tees Valley Airport (DTVA) and Norwich.
Nearly two-thirds of Scottish parents with children under 18 have made no will, a new survey has revealed.
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) has launched a major new consultation designed to help people define and meet their retirement goals.
North Sea operator Apache North Sea (ANS) enjoyed a near £331million boost to its balance sheet after the UK Government cut taxes on the industry during last year.
Scottish businesses have £35.6billion in “hidden” cash that could be used to fund growth, according to Bank of Scotland.
They may not be waterproof, or the height of fashion, but the tweeds worn by gamekeepers and ghillies on country estates in the north-east and the Highlands do have a role in contributing to the rural economy.
Confidence among Scotland’s small business owners has plummeted over the past three months and is lagging behind the rest of the UK, according to new figures published today.
Profits climbed by more than 11% and turnover hit a new £3.66billion high at Scottish car sales and rental giant Arnold Clark in the last full year before the death of its “inspirational” billionaire founder.
The Co-op has launched a new Scottish Salmon Farming Group as part of its commitment to selling responsibly-sourced fresh fish.
The number of people in Scotland without a job fell by 7,000 in the three months to July.
Airbnb hosts in Scotland together pocketed £86million during the year to July as the number of guests using the holiday home website for UK bookings surged 81%.
More than 50% of adults in Scotland have made no will, a new survey has revealed.
Scotland’s national drink is poised to get better protection from fake competitors in New Zealand under a scheme launched by the Wellington government’s intellectual property watchdog.
A retailers’ trade association is calling for measures to be put in place in the Scottish Government’s upcoming Budget which will support consumer spending and help lift private sector investment.
A strong performance by its operations in Scotland has helped lift second-quarter profits at international fish farming giant Marine Harvest to a record high.
Northern Irish coffee shop chain bob & berts is on the hunt for potential sites in the north-east as part of expansion plans for Scotland.
The Far East’s largest seafood trade event is taking place this week and a record number of Scottish firms are taking part.
Almost two-thirds of Scottish firms are concerned they will be unable to recruit sufficiently skilled employees over the next few years, a new survey has indicated.