Scottish parents are willing to pay an average £80,000 more to live in the catchment area of a top performing state school, according to new research from Bank of Scotland.
The Scottish economy is still fragile despite official new figures highlighting a “robust” labour market, a leading think-tank said yesterday.
North Sea operator Apache North Sea (ANS) enjoyed a near £331million boost to its balance sheet after the UK Government cut taxes on the industry during last year.
Highland breweries have helped a major supermarket chain more than double its craft beer and premium bottled ale sales in Scotland in just three months.
Leading business group urges Scottish Government to take ‘swift action’ to halt decline in Scottish retailing
A leading business group is today urging the Scottish Government to take “swift action” to halt a decline in Scottish retailing.
Serial entrepreneur Angus MacDonald wants to inspire people to grow their businesses faster when he speaks at Entrepreneurial Scotland’s annual conference next month.
A barber plans to expand his Aberdeen business into a UK-wide operation.
The new car market has declined for a seventh consecutive month, industry figures show.
The world’s largest seafood trade show is under way in Brussels and dozens of Scottish firms are there hoping to find new customers for this country’s second biggest export.
Eight seafood producers and a national trade body are flying the flag for Scotland at a major industry showcase in Japan this week.
A think-tank has placed the UK at the top of an international league table of overfishing.
Scottish mussel growers achieved a bumper harvest during 2017, official figures show.
New studies signal more positive news for Scotland’s economy – but firms want access to the single market
Scottish business is enjoying its longest run of expansion in nearly two-and-a-half years but Brexit is casting a dark shadow over future prospects, new studies show.
The Scotch whisky and gin making industry was up in arms yesterday while drinkers bemoaned two pennies added to the cost of a pint in yesterday’s Spring budget.
The proportion of shops lying empty in Scotland’s town centres rose to more than one-in-10 last month, according to figures published today.
Scottish transport giant Stagecoach Group is selling its North American operations to US-based private equity investors in a deal worth £215 million.
A Scottish centre of expertise for sensor and imaging technology and an English university spinout have teamed up to tackle a problem costing the UK oil and gas industry billions of pounds a year.
Scottish clothing retailer Mackays Stores Group, operating as M&Co, has reported its best trading performance in five years.
Brewing and pub giant Marston's has said it intends to continue its Scottish expansion drive, with a target of three or four new openings-a-year.
Scotland’s first woman coppersmith has taken up the age-old whisky craft as a modern apprentice.
Serial entrepreneur Sonia Lo is on a mission to solve the world’s food problems “one crop at a time”.
Johnston Carmichael has announced the appointment of its new head of VAT.
The average house price paid by Scottish home movers has risen by 22% over the past five years,to £204,974, according to new analysis from Lloyds Bank.
Nearly two-thirds of Scots worry about their credit or debit card details being stolen while they shop online, new research has found.
Energy firms including Shell, Orsted and Scottish Power have signed up to a new initiative to increase the number of women in senior and middle management roles in the sector.
The first gold mined commercially in Scotland was sold for an average £4,557.9 per ounce at auction in Edinburgh yesterday.
Up to 2,500 jobs in core supermarket supply chains could be at risk in the wake of the proposed merger of Sainsbury’s and Asda, new analysis has found.
The development of new hydroelectric power schemes will no longer be economically viable if the UK Government continues to cut subsidies, a London-based investment fund has warned.
Stewart Milne Group halved its losses this year following a “major improvement” in trading performance.
The AA has called the number of potholes around the UK a “national disgrace” after finding massive car repair bills are costing drivers and insurers at least £1 million a month.
The owner of Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks has revealed an extra £350million hit after seeing soaring payment protection insurance (PPI) claims ahead of the complaints deadline.
Morgan Sindall, whose businesses include Aberdeen city centre office developer Muse Developments, has reported a return to the black in 2016.