More than half (57%) of cat and dog owners don't have pet insurance, research has found.
Design and engineering firm WS Atkins has suffered a sizable revolt over bosses' pay and its remuneration policy.
Top bankers could be jailed or at least stripped of their bonuses for up to 10 years for behaving recklessly under proposed new rules for the financial service sector.
A holiday lodge complex in the Highland village of Kinlochewe is among the stand-out opportunities available in the commercial property market in the north.
Aberdeen firm ESS Support Services Worldwide is to provide catering and hotel services to 180 people on a new deepwater drillship after winning the £10.5million contract.
Norwegian oil and gas giant Statoil said second quarter profits were hit by asset sales, lower gas prices and seasonal effects.
The northern isles fish processor at the centre of the UK's biggest "black fish" scam more than doubled its profits in the year to March 31.
Scottish salmon farmer Marine Harvest has been fined nearly £16million by the European Commission (EC) for an alleged breach of merger rules.
UK Fisheries Minister George Eustice will hear all about key challenges facing the Scottish fishing fleet during a visit to Peterhead and Fraserburgh tomorrow.
The Speyside firm behind the world's best-selling single malt whisky is among firms tipped for a £100million takeover of liqueur-maker Drambuie.
Expanding housebuilding and construction group Galliford Try will build the new Inverness Royal Academy and a primary school in Wick after netting deals worth a total of £50.8million.
Inverness firm Korrie is taking advantage of the school holidays to complete work on a string of sites during daylight hours.
One of the largest aquaculture research facilities in Europe is undertaking an expansion aimed at reinforcing the reputation of Scotland as a world leader in marine science.
An old limestone quarry and a former specialist garden centre and tearoom are among the properties being marketed by Aberdeen and Northern Estates (ANE).
New rules preventing people from reducing their exposure to inheritance tax by setting up multiple trusts for their heirs are being considered.
Strong demand for flights to the islands drove up passenger number at north airports in the three months to June 30.
The owner of the giant petrochemical and oil refinery at Grangemouth is moving forward plans for a new terminal to process imported shale gas after securing a £230million loan guarantee from the UK Government.
Tool rental firm Speedy Hire has reported a large jump in sales just months after appointing a new chief executive.
Scotland's economy has grown past its pre-recession peak to a new record level, official figures show.
Oil and gas chiefs have welcomed a £15million contribution from the UK Government towards the cost of a new industry regulator.
Transocean has named the man it expects to become its next chairman.
The latest addition to the Prime Four business park at Kingswells, Aberdeen, is not an office building but a piece of art.
The start of this month saw the launch of a new type of individual savings account (ISA), the NISA.
A sell-off in the technology sector and the broad range of shares driven higher by sheer momentum over the past year or so have triggered a move from money to value stocks.
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The Seafood in Schools project reached about 50,000 pupils in 2013/14, the final tally shows.
Serco Group, the problem-plagued company behind NorthLink ferry services to the northern isles, suffered another major blow yesterday.
Scottish five-a-side football venue operator Goals Soccer Centres made no mention of a widely expected boost from the 2014 Fifa World Cup in its latest trading update yesterday.
A 19th Century mansion in Elgin that reputedly once belonged to a wealthy tea plantation owner is on the commercial market at offers over £599,000.
The UK Government claims to have "defused the ticking time bomb" of an energy crunch.
Soaring property prices have rocketed Aberdeen to number five in a list of the most expensive places in the UK to buy a home.