The referendum on the UK's future in the European Union is damaging investment in Scotland's "fragile" property and construction sector, an advisory firm has warned.
Another year goes by and it doesn’t get any easier. The price of a barrel is 10% down on this time last and now hovers just over $40! The Saudis are playing very hardball with the Frackers and continue to pump full bore.
Tucked around the corner of the busy traffic corridor around Union Square and the train station is the Merchant Quarter. Its cobbled streets and independent shops, bars and restaurants hugging the base of Union Street above is remnant of Aberdeen’s medieval past and an oasis of character and charm, an antidote to chain outlets and corporate blandness.
Diageo boss Ivan Menezes stopped on Islay yesterday to launch a year of celebrations to mark the 200th anniversary of the Lagavulin Distillery.
Wind farms in Scotland generated record amounts of power in the first quarter of 2015 according to new data, which was released days after the UK government decided to cut subsidies to the projects.
Pub company and brewer Greene King said it will take on 10,000 apprentices over the next three years.
Potential buyers of the historic McEwens of Perth brand have been urged to hand in their best and final offers as the company's flagship store closed its doors for the last time yesterday.
The stock market flotation of Aberdeen Asset Management “only seems like yesterday” - although the firm has just celebrated 25 years of being a listed company.
A historic north-east soft drinks firm revived by a descendant of its founders has launched just the tonic for Scotland's fizzing gin industry.
A four-star country house hotel in Banchory has come under the control of new management who have hopes of turning its fortunes around.
An Aberdeen property professional has called the bottom of the market after demand for offices in the Granite city grew strongly in the second half of 2016.
The Scottish forestry industry produced a record 7.5 million tonnes of wood in 2014, accounting for 57% of all UK soft wood, figures revealed today will show.
Markets welcomed news of the £11billion mega-merger that will create an asset management “powerhouse” based in Scotland.
Hospitality giant Marriott Hotels has opened the doors on its latest development in Aberdeen.
Variety development ‘twists and turns’ over the last 50 years have been visualised in a new video animation published by levy body AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds.
Brightsolid, the Scottish cloud hosting and data centre provider, has been crowned Scottish Employer of the Year at an awards ceremony in Glasgow.
With his sculptured beard and white ruff, his thatched cottage in Stratford-upon-Avon and his Globe theatre in London, few characters from history appear as quintessentially English as William Shakespeare. Yet, as the bard’s 400th anniversary is commemorated this year and our television screens and wirelesses are packed full of his poetry and plays, it’s worth remembering that Shakespeare also had a strong connection to the North of Scotland – and one that businesses are slowly beginning to use to their advantage.
An Inverness manufacturer has broken its record for the number of windows it has made, as it proves its recovery from the housing downturn.
The largest producer of the iconic tweed made exclusively in the Hebrides nearly doubled its profits last year as expansion of its facilities on the Isle of Lewis allowed it to meet strong demand for the fabric worldwide.
Over 100 jobs have been saved after a private equity company snapped up beauty products firm Arran Aromatics from administrators.
Expensive single malts are expected to drive an 8% boost in global whisky sales over the next few years, a report has predicted.
An outdoor clothing and equipment retailer is set to launch a sales portal in China in time for the country's biggest online shopping day.
Hotels, bars and restaurants in the north-east risk collapse as the oil price crash causes a major drop in consumer spending, a specialist has warned.
As she strolls around her official residence at Bute House in Edinburgh during the run-up to Christmas, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will be greeted by the sight of two Norway spruce trees, grown by Highfield Forestry at Beauly, near Inverness.
Specialists in the field of human resources, training and recruitment in the north-east of Scotland have been urged to submit their entries to a prestiguous annual awards ceremony for the sector.
A new craft gin made on a historic north-east estate has been launched after striking a deal with a leading independent distributor.
A north-east animal feed business has become a purveyor of high end country fashions to customers in the south of England since it launched its retail website.
Finalists for the cHeRries Awards 2017, in association with Robert Gordon University’s Aberdeen Business School and supported by Mattioli Woods, celebrated in style ahead of the main event next month.
A remote Highland community has welcomed the benefits of blades turning on a new £1.8million wind turbine project.
The first column of the year is always a challenge to write, mainly because there is not all that much of note happening on the farm or on the milk processing side of the business. Even the school calendar and family wall planner are fairly quiet this month.
A stalwart of the north east tourism industry, Roger Goodyear, was honoured last night by his peers at the 2016 Aberdeen City and Shire Tourism Awards (ACSTA).
Some Aberdeen-based gin makers have raised a glass after doubling projected sales and scaling up production five-fold due to increased market demand.