It lasted more than 18 months but the unorthodox co-management of Standard Life Aberdeen (SLA) is over after the company announced yesterday that north-east entrepreneur Martin Gilbert was changing jobs.
A research report launched by national maritime welfare charity Seafarers UK highlights “significant” safety concerns and “creeping neglect” at UK fishing ports.
The Bank of Brother and Sister is almost as generous as the better-known Bank of Mum and Dad, a survey has found.
One of the UK’s biggest banks has delivered a major boost to women in business by launching a £1 billion funding pot to support female entrepreneurs.
ScotRail train services run by Dutch transport giant Abellio lost more than £11 million in the 15 months to the end of March, it has emerged.
The number of new beer brands reached a record high of more than 1,600 in the last year following a rise in popularity of artisan products, a study has shown.
Equifax says uncertainty about security may be one of the reasons why more than a third (34%) of Scottish consumers prefer using cash, rather than contactless, when buying goods and services.
A consortium is looking at how anchoring technology currently used in Scotland’s marine energy sector might be transferred to aquaculture.
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has called on the Scottish Government to help deliver a fair deal for the nation’s growing army of self-employed.
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Official figures show the value of Scotland’s exports beyond the UK to the rest of the EU grew by £1.7 billion in the year after the Brexit vote.
Equivalent of 250 million barrels of oil discovered in North Sea – the biggest in more than a decade
Chinese, French and Italian energy firms are celebrating the biggest gas find in the UK North Sea in more than a decade.
Deeside Brewery is toasting a string of contract wins which will see its beers appearing on more supermarket shelves.
Highlands and Islands house prices rose 7% as sales in the region hit an eight-year high in 2016, according to new estate agency figures.
Scottish entrepreneurs have enjoyed a modest uplift in funding for new businesses but the same research shows fewer established companies benefiting from financial support to help them grow.
Immigration Minister Robert Goodwill has shown “willingness” to help tackle fishing crew shortages off the west coast, Western Isles MP Angus MacNeil said yesterday.
Standard Life Aberdeen (SLA) investors will enjoy a £1.75 billion windfall if the proposed sale of the group’s UK and European insurance business goes to plan.
A total of £75,000 is up for grabs for digital skills projects across Scotland under a scheme aimed at inspiring young people to understand, create and use technology.
The Highlands' largest private sector employer has reported a large slump in profits and turnover for the third year running.
The boss at Three60 Energy said the fast-growing energy services group is still geared towards expansion.
Activity across three of the main industry sectors it serves saw the Port of Cromarty Firth report its busiest day of the year so far this week .
Bosses at a revamped Highland port have hailed the “culmination of 10 years’ work” as they yesterday welcomed the arrival of the world’s largest semi-submersible drilling rig.
Inverness is bracing itself for a boom in 2017 after soaring in popularity in the European destination rankings.
Scotland’s proud whisky heritage has attracted a record number of people through the doors of Diageo’s distilleries around the country.
Business chiefs have urged Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) to invest some of its £1.8 billion half-year profits in guaranteeing access to its services for all customers.
Aberdeen-based Atlas Knowledge has been acquired by global firm Mintra Group for around £10.7 million.
Scotsman owner Johnston Press has put itself up for sale after months of speculation around the future of the business.
The history of the oil and gas supply chain in the UK is characterised by engineering expertise, learning hard lessons, our people’s incredible ability to get things done and a cycle of change.
Nigg Energy Park's (NEP) owners have hailed evidence of "shoots of success" following £47 million investment, with a significant increase in the number of vessels visiting the facility.
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are the engine room of the UK economy.
Rare whisky experts have estimated that more than £40m-worth of fake product is on the secondary market for antique bottles of Scotland’s national drink.
Scottish mackerel has been stripped of an important kitemark showing it is from well-managed, sustainable fisheries.