No matter how hard I try, I can’t sugar-coat this.
Pubs, hotels and restaurants owned by brothers Garreth and Nicholas Wood are expected to grow solidly this year after published accounts revealed a smorgasbord of business ventures.
Two Aberdeen hotels controlled by the former owners of the Albyn Bar have followed its collapse into administration as the oil and gas downturn continues to take its toll.
There are some serious recent developments in employment law which I would draw to the attention of all employers and managers in our area.
Few institutions have such a strong a sense of place as Glasgow School of Art (GSA). Take a stroll up Garnethill from the Buchanan bus station and the famous Charles Rennie Mackintosh-designed building looms into view, now being skilfully restored following 2014’s devastating fire in its library.
A company in Aberdeen and another in Lerwick have been included in a multi-million framework to provide furniture to local authorities, schools and nurseries.
It is not a match day at Pittodrie Stadium yet there is still a buzz about the old place.
The seventh annual North East Business Week (NEBW) 2017 has fired the starting gun on a range of events taking place next week.
A life sciences firm on Skye that was rescued from administration six years ago is expecting to grow its workforce on the back of developing innovative products and support from Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE).
Glasgow bar and restaurant tycoon Stefan King has emerged as the developer behind "ambitious" plans to take over Greyfriars church next to Marischall College.
Christmas has come early to Soul, the popular restaurant and watering hole based in the splendour of the former Langstane Kirk at the centre of Aberdeen's Union Street.
One of Scotland's oldest coaching inns has exchanged hands in a deal worth £750,000.
The host of Scotland’s new pig monitor farm is confident that, despite the vagaries of the pig market, there are many opportunities for the sector.
The floods and severe weather which left large parts of Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire under water were as shocking as they were unexpected.
The backers of an urban community hydro energy scheme in Aberdeen has launched a bid to raise £500,000 from local investors.
Drinkers of beer, cider and spirits raised a glass to the chancellor after taxes were frozen in yesterday's Budget.
A forest adventure company said its business in Scotland is flying high after more than 50,000 visitors swung through its trees during the 2016 season.
A north-east solicitor has taken up the role of president of the Law Society of Scotland.
Sunshine is pouring into the conservatory at Ferryhill House Hotel where a group of Aberdeen’s young professionals meet to talk about networking, mutual support – and a good party.
This one must be a record.
Aberdeen Young Professionals (AYP), the local talent network for young professionals working in and around the city, has announced the launch of its inaugural AYP Ball.
Market watchers worried about the effects of Donald Trump’s surprise electoral victory in the US have been advised: “Don’t panic”, by one of Scotland’s leading fund managers.
Ross McEwan is accustomed to making the headlines, but not always for the right reasons.
In this day and age, it’s sometimes hard to believe that in the time it takes to clock in for work first in thing in the morning and clock back out for lunch, you’d be hard pressed to have made the train journey all the way from Glasgow to the Granite City or, dare I say it, the wonderful capital of the Highlands.
By the time Colin Parker hangs up his captain’s hat at Aberdeen Harbour Board later this year he’ll have spent almost 30 years working at the port.
Cala Group will start development on three new developments in Aberdeen as the housebuilder sees signs the market is set for a recovery.
Outlets of a retro diner chain in Inverness and Aberdeen have closed after Ed's Easy Diner went into administration.
The trend for adults to entertain and soothe themselves with colouring-in books has boosted sales at DC Thomson's puzzle publishing division.
A firm behind a controversial trout farm at Loch Etive has hailed a "transformational" year despite an increase in annual losses.
“It has been a long time since business leaders had so many twists and turns to negotiate when making crucial decisions, but despite political upheaval they remain ours to make.”
Pub and hotel operator Punch Taverns has unveiled plans to invest almost £800,000 in three Highland properties.
At a time when the north-east needs some inspiration - and perhaps a little rock and roll - the Press and Journal has booked an amazing guest speaker for the Gold Awards in September.