Restaurateur Garreth Wood has sold two pubs including one in Aberdeen to Glasgow club tycoon Stefan King.
Business groups in Scotland have called for clarity on how to access a £10million pot funded by the apprenticeship levy which comes into force today.
An initiative combining the best of Scotland's produce from land and sea in a classic culinary combination has been launched by two of Scotland’s largest food organisations.
The owner of the stranded oil rig on the Isle of Lewis is facing calls for an investigation after a report revealed a string of leaks and breaches of health and safety in the North Sea by other rigs owned by Transocean.
An aspiring entrepreneur inspired by the trend for beards has launched a scheme to raise £2,500 through crowdfunding.
Away from the news of Aberdeen Asset Management’s proposed merger with Standard Life, Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2017 was held earlier this month. Under the auspices of Skills Development Scotland (SDS) it provided another successful boost to the promotion of apprenticeships. This year’s theme was “apprenticeships are changing” and more than 200 events organized in different Scottish local authority areas highlighted this development.
Scottish aquaculture companies have been urged to flag interest in attending a major international trade event in Norway to be held in August.
The farming grandparents of Defra Minister George Eustice could provide the unlikely inspiration for Britain's new agricultural policy, a dairy conference learned yesterday in Glasgow.
Sir Ian Wood has said he hopes the people of Aberdeen will see his latest honour as "an award for them".
Small businesses welcomed a “stay of execution” delivered in yesterday’s budget over requirements to file tax returns online, but most other companies in the north-east must still comply by April 2018.
An Aberdeen life science company that develops drugs derived from shark blood has struck a collaboration deal with one of the world's largest biotechnology companies.
Already tourism to the north-east has started to pick up since the oil and gas downturn.
An organisation founded to champion the economic opportunities across Scotland is celebrating 50 years of having offices in the north.
A north-east accountancy firm has reported a record year in business, increasing its turnover by 20%.
High end fast food chain Burger and Lobster is on the verge of signing a deal to open its first outlet in Scotland at the controversial Marischal Square development.
The powerful protest group, Farmers For Action (FFA) is to lead members and supporters on an industry march to Downing Street later this month.
A long-established Aberdeen marketing firm is under new ownership. Alan Mearns has handed the reins of his family business, Mearns & Gill, to Michael Wilson after he bought the firm for an undisclosed sum.
The Chief Executive of Saltire Energy, Mike Loggie, was named overall EY Scotland Entrepreneur Of The Year 2015 at an awards bash at Gleneagles Hotel last night.
Scotland’s first digital academy is coming to Aberdeen to scope out the demand for coding skills by former oil and gas workers and employers.
Graduate recruitment in Scotland is on the rise, but businesses are reporting concerns over the quality of careers guidance and graduates’ readiness for the world of work, a new survey has found.
Aberdeen is set to be the host of the UK’s largest dementia research conference next year.
In his new year's message Federation of Small Businesses' (FSB) Scottish policy convenor Andy Willox has said that 2015 must be a year of delivery for the country's small firms.
UK corporate profitability reached a 16-year high in 2014 despite easing back in fourth quarter, new figures have shown.
Highlands-based Tomatin Distillery is celebrating an “impressive haul” of awards at a spirits competition in the US.
The amount of heat produced from green energy sources increased by almost a fifth last year, new figures have revealed.
An Aberdeen flooring firm believes it has one of the largest ratios of apprentices to staff of any company across Scotland.
As we enter the summer months, I’m reminded about the number of tourists who flock to Scotland for their holidays each year. VisitScotland’s latest figures show we receive 15million visitors a year, translating to income of £5billion. It is a sizable audience to which we can showcase our wares.
Two north business women are in the running to win face-to-face meetings with potential investors in a business awards scheme.
Sean Melville from Inverness has been named Scotland's top Civil Engineering Apprentice of 2014 at an annual awards ceremony.
A temporary bridge over the River Spey in Laggan has helped contractors get to the other side of a major substation project.
A new Aberdeen restaurant has launched a special delicacy in honour of the Buy North-East campaign.
An "app" developed in Aberdeen aimed at shortening queues at festivals by allowing punters to pay with their mobile phones had its first successful trial.