A young Aberdeen-based drone company is enjoying take-off in more ways than one after taking part in an innovative business accelerator scheme.
Half-year figures from international property specialist Savills reveal a huge jump in office space take-up in and around Aberdeen.
Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) bosses have cause for celebration after the terminal’s latest passenger figures delivered a second consecutive month of year-on-year growth.
London Stock Exchange (LSE)’s new 1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain report celebrates the achievements of 25 Scottish firms and more than half of them are in the north and north-east.
The family-owned firm behind waste-management specialist Taylors Industrial Services has suffered a sharp fall in profits following a property revaluation.
An entrepreneurial north-east duo aim to spruce up more Scottish workplaces with their 50-strong team after a management buyout (MBO) from industrial and commercial cleaning company Ecocleen.
A leading hotelier believes the world is finally waking up to the idea of Aberdeen as a tourism destination.
The property developer behind the award-winning Capitol office building in Aberdeen has suffered a financial hit from “ongoing challenges” in the Granite City.
Shareholder advisory group Pirc has urged investors in FirstGroup to vote down bosses’ pay deals at the company’s annual general meeting in Aberdeen on July 18.
Cala Group chief executive Alan Brown said yesterday a “stable” Aberdeen market continued to generate good business for the upmarket housebuilder.
An Aberdeen-based financial planning firm has doubled its assets under management (AUM) in only a year.
Aberdeen Asset Management (AAM) chief executive Martin Gilbert said sweeping reforms announced by the UK’s financial regulator yesterday provided the industry with “clear guidance”.
Rival Scottish transport operators FirstGroup and Stagecoach Group are involved in a three-way battle to run the UK’s new high-speed trains.
A final-year medical student at Aberdeen University has secured £500,000 of seed finance to take forward his novel treatment for superbug infections.
The Capitol building in Aberdeen has been named as the best new office development outside central London.
The Aberdeen office of the Business Growth Fund (BGF) has signed off an £8.3million investment in a German bus operator.
FirstGroup chief executive Tim O’Toole enjoyed a small rise in his total pay package to £1.26million in the year to March 31, the Aberdeen-based transport giant’s latest annual report has revealed.
New industry figures point to some green shoots of recovery in Aberdeen’s beleaguered hotel market.
A long-awaited return to growth at Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) is back on track after a small rise in passenger numbers in May.
Aberdeen specialist-paint manufacturer Spencer Coatings is under new ownership after US company Axalta Coating Systems swooped to buy it from its five directors.
Aberdeen Football Club’s latest signing cost it £5.7million but sadly for fans of the Dons it will not appear on any team sheet next season.
FirstGroup boss Tim O’Toole insisted yesterday the transport giant had no plans to relocate its headquarters from Aberdeen despite faster business growth across the Atlantic.
Private housing landlords are facing a huge increase in tax in the biggest shake-up of Scotland's letting industry in 30 years, an Aberdeen-based expert warned yesterday.
Chartered accountant and business advisor Anderson Anderson and Brown (AAB), of Aberdeen, has topped a list of Scottish “dealmakers” for a 12th consecutive year.
Aberdeen entrepreneur Jeanette Forbes has been appointed chairman of the Scottish development group for type 1 diabetes charity JDRF.
Family-run office supplies firm Langstane said yesterday it had recruited one of the next generation to its boardroom team as it continues to grow its business across Scotland.
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Aberdeen FC may have a large Far East following supporting the team from afar at tomorrow’s Scottish Cup final, thanks to an international conference focused on the multibillion-pound global business of football.
An Aberdeen woman’s passion for chocolate is paying off after she sank more than £30,000 into a business start-up in Rosemount.
Scottish commercial property consultancy FG Burnett has survived the past few years “unscathed” against a backdrop of economic turmoil in its home city, the company’s boss has said.
Aberdeen hotels are still operating in a declining market, new figures show.
Aberdeen Asset Management (AAM) boss Martin Gilbert has added another boardroom role to his roster.