The Serious Fraud Office has launched an investigation into a construction consultant involved in major Scottish projects including Union Square and the Inverness Royal Academy.
A "buoyant and insular" Aberdeen market continues to attract the attention of domestic and international law firms, a new report says today.
Businesses have been urged to be vigilant as firms overpay the tax man by more than £4.6billion, a report has warned.
Finance giants who threatened to move their head offices south of the border if referendum voters chose independence were quick to commit themselves to Scotland after the No verdict.
Making sure your financial future is in ship-shape requires expert coaching - just like our sporting heroes, says Rhian Morgan, a financial planner at Acumen Financial Planning in Aberdeen
Representatives of the north-east fishing industry hit hard by the sudden imposition of trade sanctions by Russia have welcomed a Scottish Government plan for the sector.
Oil explorer Serica Energy is buying BP's 18% stake in the Erskine field in the UK North Sea for £6.5million plus 27million new shares.
Britain's finance ministry mistakenly released potentially market-moving information today and blamed a website error for erroneously saying it planned to sell £4 billion pounds of shares in Lloyds Banking Group.
Medium-sized companies in Scotland are getting squeezed between smaller firms and major corporates and require extra support, a study has claimed.
The owner of the giant petrochemical and oil refinery at Grangemouth is moving forward plans for a new terminal to process imported shale gas after securing a £230million loan guarantee from the UK Government.
North and north-east universities have joined forces with industry in a £7.5million project aimed at boosting innovation in Scotland's construction sector.
More than £5.5million is being poured into a revamped fund aimed at budding Scottish entrepreneurs.
The facilities management arm of French energy giant GDF Suez has boosted its business in the with a significant acquisition.
Each week, we ask small businesses some key questions. This time we speak to Steve Carroll, a freelance illustrator based in Dufftown, Moray
A Scottish fishing leader has said a proposed blanket ban on driftnets is another example of the kind of "nonsense" rules from Brussels that have led to UK voters backing the anti-Europe UK Independence Party (Ukip).
The prospects for Scotland's job market are the best they have been since the recession, with growing numbers of employers planning to take on staff, according to a new report.
One-third of Scottish parents make lifestyle sacrifices in order to bankroll children's housing and education, a survey has revealed.
Markets and many business leaders will this morning breath “a sigh of relief” after Scotland voted to remain with the United Kingdom.
Increased property tax could limit future building developments north of the border, according to BDO.
As with every top sporting event, lots of people have been trying to predict the results of the Fifa World Cup currently being contested in Brazil.
Everybody is talking about Alex Salmond's plan B. Make sure you have a plan B for your financial future, says Rhian Morgan, a financial planner at Acumen Financial Planning in Aberdeen
Sir Ian Wood, whose intervention in the independence debate caused such a stir after he questioned Scottish Government figures for future oil production, said the electorate had "chosen the best of both worlds".
Scotland could soon take a further step towards reducing sex discrimination in its boardrooms, with Holyrood seeking new powers to establish quotas for women.
Investors should give serious thought to putting cash into emerging markets, says William Wordie, investment manager at the Nairn branch of stockbroker Redmayne-Bentley
Done the right way, investing in wine can offer good returns. In this interview with David Elswood, international director of wine at auction house Christie's, former Aberdeen FC and Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson explains the love of good wine behind his own collection.
Each week, we ask small businesses some key questions. This time we speak to Aberdeen man Charlie Abel, who plays music under the trading names Iron Broo and The One Man Ceilidh Band.
Each week, we ask small businesses some key questions. This time we speak to Gary Atkinson, owner of the Carmelite hotel in Aberdeen. He is also a board member of Aberdeen Inspired and founder member of the Aberdeen Merchant Quarter Initiative, as well as being on the executive committee of the Scottish Council for Development and Industry.