All Scotland business Posts
The owner of Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks has revealed an extra £350million hit after seeing soaring payment protection insurance (PPI) claims ahead of the complaints deadline.
Nicola Sturgeon hailed new Chinese investment in an oil and gas firm as “great news” for the north-east as she began a five-day Far East visit.
A £10billion VAT bill for Scottish businesses is no April fool’s day joke, according to accountancy firm Campbell Dallas.
North-east offshore services firm Motive Offshore Group has invested £1.7million in specialist equipment to meet demand around the world.
Millions of UK workers risk missing out on basic rights because they work for outsourced companies so cannot challenge minimum wage or holiday pay abuses, according to the TUC.
Stewart Milne Group halved its losses this year following a “major improvement” in trading performance.
Irn-Bru firm A.G. Barr has shaken off the impact of the looming “sugar tax” to report higher sales and profits.
Scottish Renewables’ chief executive has said she can see a “really strong relationship” forming between the oil and gas and renewables sectors as they look towards the energy transition.
Scottish energy minister Paul Wheelhouse has urged the UK Government to review its position on low cost renewables and recognise the challenges faced by remote island projects.
Cobra Beer founder Lord Karan Bilimoria believes entrepreneurs must “adapt or die” in the face of political and economic uncertainty.
Loganair finance director David Dishon has made himself redundant after launching a cost-cutting drive at the airline.
The Bank of Brother and Sister is almost as generous as the better-known Bank of Mum and Dad, a survey has found.
North-east businessman Andy Willox has urged the Scottish Government to use the public sector’s “enormous spending power” to boost the economy.
Serial entrepreneur Angus MacDonald wants to inspire people to grow their businesses faster when he speaks at Entrepreneurial Scotland’s annual conference next month.
Take a look at any very old photograph of bustling harbours in Aberdeen, Peterhead, Fraserburgh or countless other Scottish ports and you will see fishing boats of a bygone era.
More than 25 of the UK’s best-known retailers have signed up to a series of pledges on collective action to tackle environmental issues, inequality and modern slavery.
Scottish housebuilder Cala Group said yesterday it was at the start of another "exciting new chapter” after financial services giant Legal & General (L&G) took full control of the company in a £315million-plus deal.
Atlantis Resources expects to announced the finalised terms of an acquisition that will lead to its incorporation into Sanjeev Gupta’s GFG Alliance in the next quarter.
Scottish oil firm Cairn Energy said today that it would get to work on its first operated exploration well in UK waters later this year.
Rural companies could add up to £2.5billion to the Scottish economy if they are given the tools to embrace digital technology, according to a new report.
Alliance Trust suffered a “poor financial performance” at its savings arm during 2017, results from the Scottish finance giant showed yesterday.
Scottish seafood producers need to be far more innovative in order to capture a bigger slice of a growing but highly competitive global market, an industry chief warned yesterday.
Building materials giant Breedon said yesterday it did not expect any adverse impact from its involvement in the Aberdeen city bypass road despite the collapse of one of the consortium partners behind the project.
The arrival of the Beast from the East has led to the cancellation of a number of business events across Grampian as guest speakers and entertainers remain stranded in other parts of the UK.
Entrepreneurs will be challenged to push the envelope at a major enterprise conference in Scotland next month.
Growth in chocolate sales and a developing taste for real dairy ice cream in the Far East have helped a north-east confectionary brand to achieve further growth and strong profits.
Scotland’s national drink has secured enhanced legal protection in New Zealand after the Scotch Whisky Association’s application to register it as a Geographical Indication (GI) was successful.
Trade association Scotland Food and Drink is to work with groups around the country on an action plan to increase consumption of locally sourced produce.
Scottish hotel and pub entrepreneur Nic Wood – son of Aberdeen-based oil and gas industry doyen Sir Ian Wood – has snapped up seven bars from his younger brother, Garreth, in a move hailed as “an exciting deal for both parties”.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has posted its first annual profits in a decade – as it is about to slash its branch network.
Higher-than-expected operating costs for Caledonian Sleeper trains have blown a £47million hole in the balance sheet of operator Serco, prompting a warning from the company it may seek an early exit from the 15-year franchise.
Nearly three-quarters (70%) of Scottish businesses want to remain in the customs union and the single market after Brexit, new survey findings show.