Half of Scotland’s smaller firms believe they get a raw deal in what they are charged by their banks.
A Moray based steel fabricator has opened a new office across the globe after creating the world’s first mobile malt whisky distillery.
An office building in the heart of Aberdeen has changed hands for an undisclosed sum only weeks after it was snapped up at auction for just £20,000.
Enterprise chiefs have unveiled their vision for an “international, multi-use” campus in Fort William, in the wake of the closure of a diving centre in the town.
The airline with more flights from Aberdeen than any other may soon be under new ownership.
A major fire ripped through a historic business park in the heart of a Moray community last night.
Increased investment in the Highlands is contributing to a strong housing market in the region – with demand growing for houses in the £500,000- £1 million bracket, according to the latest figures from an independent property consultancy.
A “real crisis” exists in Scottish entrepreneurial education, the head of a north-east business school said yesterday.
FirstGroup named a new chief executive alongside results showing a big improvement in underlying profits and revenue.
Drink giant Diageo is offloading a string of brands to US firm Sazerac for £428 million in order to focus on fast-growing demand for its “premium and above” range in the US.
Scotland’s booming cruise liner industry has sailed to new passenger number and vessel visit records this year, with north ports again proving the most popular for sea-borne holidaymakers.
Dignity’s profits declined in the third quarter as a price war in the funeral market weighed on its income.
Just 7% of companies in Aberdeen are paying lower business rates now compared to before last year’s shake-up, according to new documents.
The boss of an Aberdeen oil field services consultancy has urged operators to ease the pressure on the supply chain after another challenging year for industry.
Fears are growing that Scotland’s fishing fleet may face a Brexit-fuelled EU backlash at end of year quota talks.
Aberdeen-based Atlas Knowledge has been acquired by global firm Mintra Group for around £10.7 million.
Politicians, business leaders and trade unions will join forces in a bid to save the closure-threatened Michelin tyre factory in Dundee.
Peterhead-based energy service firm JBS Group is building on its recent purple patch with two senior appointments. JBS Group, founded as a boat-builder in Peterhead about 45 years ago, managed to double its turnover to just under £6 million for the year to April 30, 2018. To read more on Energy Voice, click here.
Life sciences firm 4D Pharma said yesterday the world’s largest live biotherapeutic clinical trial was under way in a revolutionary approach to treating irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Nearly 100 alleged victims of Midas Financial Solutions (Scotland) have lost a High Court battle against their financial adviser.
More businesses failed in the north-east than any other part of Scotland last year.
A gaming and technology expert has been appointed to drive digital company incubation and growth in the north-east.
A 2.5% drop in the number of private firms in Scotland “spells trouble” for both the economy and local communities, ministers have been warned.
Crunch talks between the Offshore Contractors’ Association (OCA) and North Sea trade unions will continue later this month after yesterday’s meeting brought no resolution.
The transformation of Union Terrace Gardens, a giant statue of a bull for the side of the AWPR and a New York-style “Highline” have all been mooted as ways to reinvent the region.
More than a quarter of Scotland’s farmers plan to diversify to survive after Brexit according to a new report from NFU Mutual.
Like-for-like sales at Primark fell in the year to September as bad weather weighed on trading in Europe.
Booming cashmere specialist Johnstons of Elgin is to open a flagship store in the heart of the Scottish capital’s luxury shopping quarter.
LAR Housing Trust said yesterday it was nearing completion of another development in Aberdeen, its seventh in the city.
The number of passengers using the main airport in the Outer Hebrides soared to a new monthly record in October, according to figures released by airline Loganair.
A freelance contractor has said it is “right” the disguised employee model will “disappear” from the North Sea, thanks to incoming legislation.
The Scottish Government has announced fresh funding to help link businesses with academic institutions.