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One of the UK's longest-serving cabin crew has flown her final flight after a career spanning more than 44 years.
Switching of energy suppliers has surged to a six-year high as householders increasingly shop around for better deals on gas and electricity.
Scotland's railways should be brought back into public ownership "lock stock and barrel", unions leaders have demanded.
London's top-flight index slipped further into the red as investors punished the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) following its ninth consecutive year of losses.
Home affordability in cities is at its worst levels since 2008, with properties typically costing nearly seven times earnings, a report has found.
The Scottish Salmon Company (SSC) is back in the black but expecting no major boost to production at its fish farms this year, despite recent investment, as the industry wages war on sea-lice.
Scottish high streets are in line for more bank closures and job cuts after Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) announced annual losses of £7billion.
Morgan Sindall, whose businesses include Aberdeen city centre office developer Muse Developments, has reported a return to the black in 2016.
A discount supermarket is to create up to 360 jobs at a new multi-million pound regional distribution centre in North Lanarkshire.
Ministers have vowed to leave "no stone unturned" as they seek to secure compensation from Volkswagen for UK motorists affected by the emissions scandal.
The company running northern isle ferries and Caledonian Sleeper train services between Scotland and London saw nearly £300million wiped from its balance sheet yesterday.
Salmon farming nemesis Don Staniford has warned the continued use of antibiotics to combat disease in the industry is a public health risk.
Shares in Royal Bank of Scotland soared on Monday after the Government slammed the brakes on the bank's sale of Williams & Glyn (W&G).
Start-ups have received a £140,000 boost from the Scottish Government.
Plans to close more than 20 Jobcentres in Scotland will heap stress on some of the most vulnerable, employability minister Jamie Hepburn has said.
First-time buyers in Scotland are on average about £850 a year better off than those who rent, according to analysis from the Bank of Scotland.
Space ports could be set up and satellites launched from regions across the UK under new powers to be unveiled this week.
Ithaca Energy today announced the start-up of production from the Stella field in the North Sea.
The Scottish Salmon Producers’ Organisation (SSPO) has cast its net for a new chief executive to replace Scott Landsburgh.
An industry body has called on the Scottish Government to find ways to stimulate the building sector.
Two associations representing whisky distillers in Scotland have agreed to work in partnership to support the industry and its supply chain.
The managing director of a public relations firm has been named as the new chairwoman of the SCDI’s Highlands and Islands committee
UK consumers have a growing appetite for Scottish seafood and any efforts to encourage this trend can only help the industry after Brexit, Seafish boss Marcus Coleman said yesterday.
Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing has called for more Scottish food to be served in schools, hospitals and other public buildings.
The threat of strike action at drinks giant Diageo has been lifted after union members accepted a compromise plan in a dispute over pensions.
The expansion of Heathrow will benefit airports across Scotland, Chris Grayling has said.
The Scottish construction sector expects to regain ground lost following the EU referendum with growth forecast in workloads, employment and profit, according to a new survey.
Around a third of Edinburgh to London rail journeys could be lost to air travel if air passenger duty (APD) is abolished, according to Virgin Trains.
Loganair said yesterday the largest contract in its history would see it deliver letters and parcels to and from Orkney, Shetland and the Western Isles on behalf of the Royal Mail.
One of Scotland’s leading businessmen has joined the board at the company which makes the country’s best-selling whisky.
Loganair has been awarded a new contract by Royal Mail to operate its postal service in the Northern Isles.
A Scottish brewery is to get its own heliport to welcome VIP guests.