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. Read More
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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.
The average house price paid by Scottish home movers has risen by 22% over the past five years,to £204,974, according to new analysis from Lloyds Bank.
Businesses are being urged to join a new nationwide campaign to prevent fly-tipping and littering.
Overseas sales of Scottish salmon leaped to a record high of £346million in the first half of 2017, with the latest figures showing a 70% rise in export value compared to the same period last year.
Scotland’s private sector is “moving up a gear” with output in July rising at the fastest pace in almost three years, according to a new report.
University and college term time is looming again and many parents will be considering their obligations to provide financial support for children enrolled in further education.
Scottish firms have seen “significant rises” in the most serious signals of business distress since the first quarter of 2017, new figures show.
Imperial College Business School is delighted to be visiting Aberdeen on August 3-4 to show how an Imperial MBA can energise your career and way of thinking.
Aberdeen Asset Management (AAM)’s chief economist recalled yesterday how bankers once mistook her for a secretary and asked her to fetch some coffee.
Clydesdale Bank’s new £10 polymer bank note will enter circulation in two months’ time.
New study findings show nearly one in five (21%) Scots have no savings to fall back on, while a third (33%) admit to not saving enough for the long term.
New figures highlight the Scottish fishing industry’s major contribution to the UK fleet’s best economic performance in eight years.
Post-Brexit trade tariffs pose a “major risk” to the performance of Britain’s £28 billion food and drink sector, an industry body has warned.
New studies signal more positive news for Scotland’s economy – but firms want access to the single market
Scottish business is enjoying its longest run of expansion in nearly two-and-a-half years but Brexit is casting a dark shadow over future prospects, new studies show.
Knight Frank says Scotland’s industrial property market has enjoyed a “buoyant start” to 2017 despite woes in Aberdeen.
Scottish Enterprise (SE) said yesterday it was entering a “new phase" after chief executive Lena Wilson announced she was quitting the economic development quango.
A group that was formed to gather claims against Royal Bank of Scotland over the conduct of its now defunct Global Restructuring Group has now turned its attention to Clydesdale Bank.
The leader of Scotland’s largest fishing industry body has dismissed claims that North Sea cod are getting smaller due to climate change.
The trade body for Scotch whisky-makers toasted a political agreement on a new EU free trade deal with Japan yesterday.
Scotland’s proud whisky heritage has attracted a record number of people through the doors of Diageo’s distilleries around the country.
A leading bank says more needs to be done to translate youthful enthusiasm into entrepreneurship across Scotland.