Diageo’s 20th year was toasted at the London Stock Exchange yesterday.
Scottish fishing chiefs have insisted a disappointing quotas deal shows why the UK needs its own seat at the table in future negotiations.
Energy giant Shell has announced plans that will secure work for the St Fergus gas terminal near Peterhead for years to come.
Confidence among Scotland’s small business owners has plummeted over the past three months and is lagging behind the rest of the UK, according to new figures published today.
Seafood industry body Seafish has delivered a snapshot of UK fishing fleet employment as a bullish catch sector prepares for uncharted waters after Brexit.
Changing shopping habits, Brexit uncertainty and rising employment costs and business rates have heaped pressure on retailers during 2018.
FirstGroup’s biggest shareholder is demanding the Scottish transport giant gets rid of its chairman and five other board members “in order to return the business to peak performance”.
The Scottish property market finished 2018 with a flourish to achieve a whole-year total of more than £18 billion in sales, new figures show.
Record levels of private equity funding for Scotland’s flourishing life sciences industry highlight its growing appeal to investors, the public-private sector partnership driving its development said yesterday.
Aberdeen is the biggest faller in a leading lender’s review of UK house prices in 2016.
The number of pub and bar companies going insolvent has fallen by 7% over the past year amid increased popularity of craft beers and food, a survey has shown.
A national pub chain with six bars in Aberdeen and two in Inverness is toasting buoyant festive season sales.
Scotland’s multi-billion-pound sea-food processing industry needs government help to remove “blockages” to growth, a trade body warned.
CEO and founder of The Student Hotel Charlie MacGregor has been announced as one of the speakers at an annual business conference.
Scottish fishers have been threatened with a massive cut in quota for their most valuable species, just as a new poll shows overwhelming public support for them catching more fish after Brexit.
A Scottish fishing chief has summed up the Brexit frustrations of the catch sector in advance of the next round of talks over quotas for 2020.
French drinks giant La Martiniquaise-Bardinet has swooped to buy one of Scotland’s most iconic whisky brands.
Scotland will outperform the rest of the UK in economic growth terms this year – but 2020 is expected to deliver a measly 1% rise in gross domestic product (GDP) throughout Britain.
Scottish drinkers could face a 5p charge for plastic straws amid calls for the pub and club trade to clean up a growing environmental problem.
New Scottish Government figures have revealed mixed fortunes for the country’s fishing fleet.
Sunny weather and more funerals helped to boost profits at Scotmid Co-operative during the first half of its trading year, the group’s boss said yesterday.
The Eastgate Centre in Inverness was among those to feel the benefit as bargain-hunting shoppers brought a slight boost to Scotland’s retail sector last month.
Mowi, the world’s largest producer of farmed salmon, has unveiled record third quarter turnover and volumes – but lower profits.
Located in the west end of Aberdeen, Albyn Hospital is the only independent hospital serving Grampian and the North of Scotland.
A team of academics and music industry professionals is to map and measure the impact of the music industry on Scotland’s economy.
Law at Work (LaW) has seen employment claims rise since fees were abolished in July 2017.
Leading north-east entrepreneur Jeanette Forbes has backed a Women’s Enterprise Scotland (WES) call for improving access to finance for female business leaders.
Fisheries Secretary Fergus Ewing said the “difficult” end-of-year quota talks in Brussels, probably the last involving the UK, were all the more challenging because of Brexit.
Scotland’s private sector experienced a downturn at the start of the third quarter, with output returning to contraction territory, according to new figures published by the Bank of Scotland today
Businesses are being urged to join a new nationwide campaign to prevent fly-tipping and littering.
Drink giant Diageo is offloading a string of brands to US firm Sazerac for £428 million in order to focus on fast-growing demand for its “premium and above” range in the US.
A home has been secured for Scotland’s new stock exchange which is due to launch later this year.