Royal Bank of Scotland high-flyer Alison Rose has emerged as the frontrunner for the top job at the group after chief executive Ross McEwan announced his exit yesterday.
It has been almost 50 years since the Scottish Stock Exchange merged with the LSE, forcing the nation’s own trading platform to close its doors for what could have been the final time.
Former Scottish Enterprise chief executive Lena Wilson is taking on a new role as chairwoman of Chiene + Tait (C+T), the accountancy firm has announced.
Scottish offshore drone firm Cyberhawk Innovations has surged into the black after a huge jump in sales.
Businesses throughout Scotland are being urged to prepare for a recession as the threat of a no-deal Brexit becomes “increasingly real”.
The Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC) started the new year by calling on the Scottish Government to urgently address the “continual cry” of firms to “sort our business rates”.
British manufacturers cut jobs last month at the fastest rate since 2012 as pressures from Brexit and a global trade slowdown caused the sector’s longest decline since the financial crisis.
A remarkable 25 new gins have been launched in Scotland in the past year as the country enters a "gin boom".
Jobcentre Plus staff in Inverness are targeting the north’s hospitality industry with a range of support for those who are currently out of work.
The first graduates of a unique fast track training programme for salmon farm managers have taken up their new positions.
A Scot who leads the banking division of professional services giant Accenture will tell entrepreneurs to look east for export opportunities at a conference held at Gleneagles.
A new report says that Scots firms are “crying out for the return of some sanity” as politicians dither over Brexit.
Smaller firms around the UK are finding it increasingly costly to raise new finance, a Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) survey says.
Scottish firm Big Partnership, one of the UK’s largest marketing and communications agencies, has hired its first chief executive.
Scottish fishing chief Mike Park has warned the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) it could face legal action over its controversial haddock claims.
The departing chief executive of FirstGroup is on gardening leave and will be paid nearly £700,000 in lieu of sums owed to him during his notice period.
Scotland’s aquaculture sector will benefit from a £10 million boost which, it is hoped, will help reaffirm its position as a global leader in innovation and seafood production.
Uncertainty over Brexit poses a serious threat to digital technology firms in Scotland that rely on skilled workers from EU countries, it has been claimed.
A translation business launched in the bedroom of a house in Mannofield, Aberdeen, in 2001, is on track for smashing the £10 million annual sales barrier for the first time.
The woman now at the helm of the Scottish Fishermen’s Federation (SFF) has said the industry is at a “pivotal” point, with the looming Brexit deadline dictating the UK’s role in crunch end-of-year quota talks.
In just over two years since its inception, EnteroBiotix has advanced from a concept on a piece of paper to a reputable biopharmaceutical company delivering potentially life-saving medicinal products to patients across the UK and EU.
The potential impact of Brexit on Scotland’s construction industry will be put under the microscope at Holyrood.
The parent company of Morrison Construction plans to shut down part of its business in a restructuring, with Scotland bearing the brunt of 350 likely job losses.
Efficiencies gained in the North Sea during the oil and gas downturn are “unsustainable” in the long-term, industry leaders from around the world heard yesterday.
Hotels in and around Aberdeen are showing signs of recovery after the impact of the 2014 oil price slump but their occupancy rates still lag most of the rest of the UK, a study has found.
Fishing chiefs have called the latest verdict on the health of North Sea cod stocks a “hammer blow” for the Scottish fleet.
Scottish five-a-side football venue operator Goals Soccer Centres is losing its chief executive amid investigations into VAT accounting errors that have cost at least £12 million.
Growing demand for its Scotch helped Diageo to higher profits and sales during the final six months of 2018.
The boss of North Sea oil producer EnQuest said yesterday he believed the region could yield further discoveries to extend its lifespan.
The Clydesdale and Yorkshire banking group (CYBG) has said it has no immediate plans for further branch closures as it announced a 15% rise in half-year profits.
Scottish rural management and property consultancy Galbraith says too many investors are missing out on healthy returns from forestry.
The owner of a fish and chip shop has said he is "on cloud nine" after being crowned best chippie in Scotland.