Scottish producers sold more than £1billion-worth of food and drink to Asia last year, according to newly released figures. Read More
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Scotland’s largest independent co-operative said a “lacklustre” retail market and the national living wage impacted on profits during the year to January 28.
Scottish producers sold more than £1billion-worth of food and drink to Asia last year, according to newly released figures.
Fish-processing firms have joined forces to warn the "vast injustice" of business rate hikes has put thousands of jobs in jeopardy.
Scotland’s first digital academy is coming to Aberdeen to scope out the demand for coding skills by former oil and gas workers and employers.
A man has turned his 20 year obsession with collecting trainers into a business that restores old shoes to their former glory.
Controversial plans to cut vital rail services from the north-east of Scotland have been scrapped.
One of Scotland’s richest men who fled the country after going bankrupt has been forced to return home after his Middle-Eastern dream went “bust”.
North Sea herring has been given the thumbs up by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), the body behind a highly-prized certification scheme, amid an ongoing furore over haddock.
The Capitol office building in Union Street, Aberdeen, has been recognised as one of the best workplaces in Scotland.
Business groups in Scotland have called for clarity on how to access a £10million pot funded by the apprenticeship levy which comes into force today.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell will travel to Burma and Singapore this week to promote Scotland's business interests.
Three US companies are investing £6.3 million in Scotland, creating or safeguarding more than 40 jobs, the Scottish Government has announced.
A US technology firm is to invest £3.8 million in its specialist research centre in Edinburgh, Scotland's First Minister has announced.
The Scottish Government body that manages procurement for public sector infrastructure projects yesterday said the value of buildings under construction has reached £1.16billion.
A project aimed at saving lives at sea has distributed around 3,500 pieces of vital safety kit to Scottish fishers.
The company behind Scotland’s “other national drink” insisted yesterday its sugar-cutting plan would not get in the way of its long-term growth.
Scottish fishing chiefs took the opportunity in the final hours before the triggering of Article 50 to hammer home their demands for their sector to be wholly under UK control after Brexit.
Scotland's construction sector is stuck in a "state of limbo" because of political and constitutional uncertainties, according to an industry leader.
The health of key Scottish fishing stocks is closely linked to the type and quality of the seabed, new research findings have confirmed.
North America’s largest seafood trade showcase has been hailed as a big success for the Scottish firms on a mission to grow their exports across the Atlantic.
Scotland's property and construction sector faces uncertainty over Brexit and a second Scottish independence referendum, according to a professional services firm.
More than 150 Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest branches are to close with hundreds of job losses after a "dramatic shift" in customer banking.
Scotland's economy is forecast to continue to recover this year but uncertainty caused by Brexit and a second Scottish independence referendum will slow growth, a new report has found.
The average price of property in Scotland in January increased by 4% compared to the same month last year, according to new figures.
Scotland could "certainly" be an independent country but such a move would have financial consequences, according to the former governor of the Bank of England.
Some of the UK's top banks have been accused of processing around £600 million in a multibillion-pound Russian money-laundering scam.
Scottish fishing chief Mike Park has warned the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) it could face legal action over its controversial haddock claims.
Broadband infrastructure business Openreach has announced plans to recruit more than 195 new trainees from across Scotland.
Scottish fishing chiefs yesterday called for a conservation group to retract “false” claims about the state of North Sea and west coast haddock stocks.
Scottish salmon producers celebrated 25 years of the prestigious Label Rouge accreditation at a seminar and dinner in Edinburgh yesterday.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill, the retail group run by the billionaire Philip Day, has emerged as the front runner to acquire struggling high street chain Jaeger.
Balfour Beatty has swung back into profit as the construction firm's turnaround under boss Leo Quinn continues to pick up pace.