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The value of fraud in Scotland dropped substantially last year to £16.2million, having recorded a four-year high in 2016.
The boss of Trac Oil and Gas said yesterday that he was “satisfied” after the company returned to the black in 2016-17.
North Sea operator Marathon Oil is planning another appeal after a UK tax tribunal ruling left it with a £80million-plus hit to cashflow.
Premier Oil’s debt reduction drive will “accelerate” at current oil prices as production from its Catcher field ramps up, the firm said today.
Business confidence in Scotland is among the lowest in the UK, a new survey has found.
Scottish firms have started the new year in despondent mood, judging by a new report published today.
Scottish law firm Brodies will enter a new era in May after its managing partner for the past 20 years, Bill Drummond, hands over the reins.
Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC) president Tim Allan said the business network saw 2018 as a year to focus on growing Scotland’s economy, thanks to the absence of any elections or referenda this year.
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Gin is outselling Scotland’s national drink at a discount supermarket’s stores around the country.
Diageo’s 20th year was toasted at the London Stock Exchange yesterday.
An international supermarket has launched a new programme to try to give up-and-coming food and drink companies in Scotland the chance to secure their big break.
Scottish commercial property is likely to see more “investor appetite” during 2018.
A boost in worldwide sales of Edrington’s flagship single malt and the impact of Brexit has led to Macallan Distillers reporting an increased turnover of 8.1%.
Recent publicity about an English Court of Appeal ruling on the rights of unmarried couples has highlighted a misunderstanding many people have about their rights following their partner’s death.
Scotland’s first woman coppersmith has taken up the age-old whisky craft as a modern apprentice.
Scotland’s £2.7billion pharmaceutical industry can be the “driving force for economic growth”, a leading think-tank says in a new report out today.
Scottish entrepreneurs have enjoyed a modest uplift in funding for new businesses but the same research shows fewer established companies benefiting from financial support to help them grow.
Construction materials group Breedon, owner of quarries and plant around Scotland, including in the north and north-east, said yesterday it delivered “another solid performance” during the 10 months to October 31.
The UK’s biggest banks are getting bigger but Scottish rival CYBG stands head and shoulders above other “challengers” in the industry, its boss said yesterday.
Nearly two-thirds of Scots worry about their credit or debit card details being stolen while they shop online, new research has found.
Economic growth in Scotland is projected to fall slightly next year but the country is expected to avoid recession amid uncertainty over Brexit, a new report has found.
An economic think-tank claims Brexit poses a “severe threat” to fishing communities.
Many thousands of dolphins, whales and porpoises continue to be killed in fishing nets – and some European countries are failing to tackle the problem, a new report has warned.
David Beckham is helping Scotch whisky giant Diageo to get its responsible drinking message across to a global audience.
A leading whisky-maker has turned ageing stocks of Scotland’s national drink into cash through an £80million asset-based loan.
The Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) said yesterday John Brodie was to become its new chairman, with effect from January 1.
Scottish salmon exports have soared during 2017 according to the latest figures released today.
Scottish life sciences firms have highlighted an early negative impact from Brexit on the £4.2billion sector – and warned of worse to come.
Scottish utility SSE said yesterday it has been in talks with Npower’s German owner, Innogy, about creating a new independent UK energy supply company.
The new car market has declined for a seventh consecutive month, industry figures show.
Retired homeowners in Scotland are reaping the rewards of paying off their mortgages amid record levels of soaring property wealth, according to equity release adviser Boyd Legal.