All Scotland business Posts
Standard Life Aberdeen (SLA) investors will enjoy a £1.75 billion windfall if the proposed sale of the group’s UK and European insurance business goes to plan.
The Scottish Government’s Green Bus Fund is making £1.7 million available to operators, local authorities and regional transport partnerships.
Fisheries Minister Fergus Ewing batted away rumours of a looming cabinet reshuffle at Holyrood during his visit to the Skipper Expo International Aberdeen show yesterday.
DIY chain Homebase is heading for new ownership after retail restructuring firm Hilco agreed to buy the ailing business for a nominal sum.
Energy firms including Shell, Orsted and Scottish Power have signed up to a new initiative to increase the number of women in senior and middle management roles in the sector.
Crown Estate Scotland (CES) has unveiled proposals to lease seabed to encourage a new generation of offshore wind projects in Scotland’s waters.
The widespread use of items such as milk cartons and netted footballs as buoys to show where inshore fishing gear is located will be outlawed under new legislation, the Scottish Government said yesterday.
Corallian Energy has made a move to hire a rig for the drilling of the Wick prospect in the Moray Firth.
Equifax says uncertainty about security may be one of the reasons why more than a third (34%) of Scottish consumers prefer using cash, rather than contactless, when buying goods and services.
Scottish rural management and property consultancy Galbraith says too many investors are missing out on healthy returns from forestry.
Two new whiskies launched by Edderton-based Balblair have been awarded gold status at prestigious industry awards less than six months after their release.
The AA has called the number of potholes around the UK a “national disgrace” after finding massive car repair bills are costing drivers and insurers at least £1 million a month.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) said yesterday a £3.6 billion deal struck with the US Department for Justice was a “milestone moment” in its efforts to clean up the business.
Up to 2,500 jobs in core supermarket supply chains could be at risk in the wake of the proposed merger of Sainsbury’s and Asda, new analysis has found.
The First Minister has announced a £54.5million fund to help tackle fuel poverty in Scotland.
A host of north-east energy companies and industry professionals have touched down in Texas for the oil sector’s biggest event.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) investors were unimpressed by forecast-busting first quarter results from the banking giant yesterday.
Customs charges for the offshore industry worth up to £145million which were set for to start in July have been pushed back by nearly a year.
Business leaders from around the world gathered at Gleneagles yesterday to share their thoughts on how Scotland can become the most entrepreneurial society in the world.
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.