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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.
A Moray engineering and construction company is playing a key role in the railway development taking shape just a stone’s throw from its headquarters.
A wave of facts and figures will hit Scotland this week as the Office for National Statistics and others do their best to shed light on progress or otherwise for the economy.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) says weak sterling has delivered a boost for Scottish exporters but also warns economic growth north of the border remains “fragile”.
The Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI) and the Fraser of Allander Institute have teamed up to hatch a plan for reviving Scotland’s flagging economy.
A leading business group has warned that badly managed parking is hampering efforts to turn around Scotland’s high streets.
Whisky-maker Edrington has shrugged off “a difficult backdrop of economic and political volatility” to report a 30% jump in profits.
Scottish property developer FM Group has reinforced its reputation for breathing new life into listed buildings after investing £10million into two historic landmarks.
Economic data is falling thick and fast this week as experts try to get a handle on the mood of the country's businesses amid all the political uncertainty.
A final-year medical student at Aberdeen University has secured £500,000 of seed finance to take forward his novel treatment for superbug infections.
Closing major productivity gaps between different parts of Scotland could help to unlock up to £25billion of economic growth over the next decade, according to a leading business group.
Scottish drinkers could face a 5p charge for plastic straws amid calls for the pub and club trade to clean up a growing environmental problem.
Business improvement body Investors in People Scotland has been re-branded as Re:markable.
Scottish companies need “reassurance and clarity” over US president Donald Trump’s tax plans, Grant Thornton said yesterday.
I was glad to support the launch last month of KickStart Money, a ground-breaking collaborative project that aims initially to invest £1million in financial education for 18,000 children in 100 primary schools.
The chief executive of energy giant SSE, who recently hit out at proposals to save consumers £100-a-year by capping bills, has been awarded a 72% pay rise.
Scotland's food and drink exports have grown by more than 10% in a year, according to new figures.
Businesses looking for significant investment can claim a share of a £200million funding pot through a new scheme launched by the Scottish Government yesterday.
A long-awaited return to growth at Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) is back on track after a small rise in passenger numbers in May.
Business leaders in the north and north-east have appealed for stability and called for clarity from political leaders to boost the economy in the wake of the general election.
Former professional rugby player Ross McNulty has joined infrastructure group Robertson as a development director in its property division.