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The aftermath of the general election offers the Scottish and UK governments a "golden opportunity" to set politics aside and co-ordinate their activity to help business succeed.
fisherman has opened a dedicated seaweed shop - thought to be the first of its kind in the UK.
Fred "the Shred" Goodwin and other former Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) bosses will be trying to defend their tattered reputation in a £700million lawsuit which gets under way in London this week.
A businesswoman suing Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) for £25million has claimed the Scottish Government missed an opportunity to stop "bad practice and underperformance" at the development agency.
Brewing and pub giant Marston's has said it intends to continue its Scottish expansion drive, with a target of three or four new openings-a-year.
Unemployment in Scotland fell by 14,000 in the first three months of the year to 120,000, according to the latest official figures.
One of the flagship new office developments in Aberdeen city centre is more than 85% let, defying fears that finding tenants in a local economic downturn would be a major challenge.
The Clydesdale and Yorkshire banking group (CYBG) has said it has no immediate plans for further branch closures as it announced a 15% rise in half-year profits.
Community groups across the north could be given a cash boost thanks to the TSB.
The founder and chief executive of a global advertising company has given his support to the Scottish newsbrands industry.
New car sales in Scotland suffered a 17.5% year-on-year plunge in April as motor traders felt the impact of sweeping tax changes, industry figures show.
A new head of Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) will be chosen next month, a year after the last permanent chief executive's departure was announced.
Development agency Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has appointed an Edinburgh law firm to help record 150 of its properties in the new Land Register of Scotland (LRS)
There is "no confusion" over the SNP's fishing policy, Nicola Sturgeon has insisted.
The Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC) network has set out three key business priorities ahead of next month's general election.
The Scottish Government is holding onto valuable mackerel quota while it gauges the success of voluntary efforts by fishers to help increase the amount of fish they land into the country’s ports.
The proportion of women high earners has not changed for six years despite moves to increase diversity in senior positions, a study has found.
Sir Philip and Lady Green appear on a list of the richest couples in the country - although their wealth is said to have fallen by £433 million over the last year.
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) is joining a high-level mission to Canada led by European agriculture and rural development commissioner Phil Hogan.
The trade body for Scotch whisky has welcomed a resurgence in exports which has seen the value of overseas sales rise to more than £4billion.
The Scottish Fishermen's Federation has insisted Scotland must abandon the EU Common Fisheries Policy.
Scottish seafood businesses have reeled in a near-£1million EU funding boost to help them showcase their produce at international trade shows.
Scottish companies are targeting post-Brexit markets at the world’s largest seafood trade show.
The loss of a key contract which threatened a processing factory in Fraserburgh took a large bite out of profits and turnover at Young’s Seafood in its last trading year.
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.