Two of the north's rejuvenated whisky brands are celebrating a successful end to 2016.
As drams are raised in Burns Night toasts around the world today, figures show whisky, gin and beer exports are on course to deliver a £2.9billion boost to the UK economy.
It was very welcome to see increased activity in the oil and gas sector throughout 2018, with a number of high profile transactions in the upstream exploration and production (E&P) space as well as a strong uptake in oilfield services deals in the final quarter. We fully expect that this trend will continue throughout 2019.
Profits and turnover have leapt at aggregates giant Breedon Group during the "most eventful year" in the company's history.
The offshore industry’s changes to shift patterns has led to a dip in passenger figures at Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd (Hial).
An air fare war on lifeline routes to the Scottish islands has left Loganair nursing annual losses of nearly £9 million.
A man has turned his 20 year obsession with collecting trainers into a business that restores old shoes to their former glory.
Business Gateway is to continue delivering Scotland’s national digital business skills training programme DigitalBoost after securing £1.63 million of new funding.
Two well-known Highland firms have teamed up to rescue the Loch Ness Beer brand after the company that brewed it went into liquidation.
New York-based serial entrepreneur David Rose is to deliver one of the keynote speeches at a prestigious business conference on this side of the Atlantic next month.
CYBG chief executive David Duffy said yesterday he did not know if branch closures were largely behind the Scottish banking group.
The Scottish Government’s Green Bus Fund is making £1.7 million available to operators, local authorities and regional transport partnerships.
Building materials giant Breedon said yesterday it did not expect any adverse impact from its involvement in the Aberdeen city bypass road despite the collapse of one of the consortium partners behind the project.
The UK Government has appointed a new energy minister – for the sixth in as many years. Baroness Neville-Rolfe has left the department to be replaced by Lord Prior. Read the full story on our sister website Energy Voice
M&A deals almost always include warranties – promises by the seller to the buyer about certain matters in relation to the company they are selling.
Ambitious entrepreneurs of the Highlands and Islands can now apply for this year’s Scotland Can Do SCALE programme.
Higher crude prices should encourage North Sea oil companies to dial down the caution and bring forward more new projects, a prominent petro-economist said yesterday.
New Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) chief executive Alison Rose unveiled a senior management reshuffle during her first day at the helm of the Scottish banking giant.
Scotland’s fast-growing life sciences industry has some big hurdles in its path but does not lack ambition.
Flybe has said uncertain customer confidence and poor weather contributed to a slow start to the final quarter of its financial year.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) chief executive Ross McEwan received a pay package worth £3.58 million as the banking giant more than doubled its profits during 2018.
A £10billion VAT bill for Scottish businesses is no April fool’s day joke, according to accountancy firm Campbell Dallas.
House builder Barratt North Scotland built almost 430 new homes across the area in the year to the end of June, according to figures announced by the company.
Higher-than-expected operating costs for Caledonian Sleeper trains have blown a £47million hole in the balance sheet of operator Serco, prompting a warning from the company it may seek an early exit from the 15-year franchise.
A new year can provide a good opportunity to revisit plans for the year ahead.
He made his name providing leadership on the pitch at Aberdeen FC but these days Russell Anderson is more interested in helping people sort out their finances.
Crunch talks affecting the future of North Sea fishing seemed to have reached an impasse last night.
Recruiters are "casting their net widely throughout Scotland and the UK" to meet high demand for skilled workers for major long-term construction projects in the Highlands.
A row between Standard Life Aberdeen (SLA) and Lloyds Banking Group may take until the end of this year to resolve, it emerged yesterday.
Dobbies Garden Centres in Aberdeen, Inverness and 33 other UK locations are reportedly about to change hands after current owner Tesco put the business up for sale and set a deadline of today for offers.
Green power is meeting more than half of Scottish electricity demand for the first time, new figures show.
The Scottish fishing industry is looking towards a much-vaunted “sea of opportunity” after Brexit but will have to navigate stormy waters after annual quota talks in Brussels delivered a mixed bag.