Employment in Scotland has dropped further than any other part of the UK, official statistics indicate.
Andrea Leadsom has compared the way businesses are having to prepare for Brexit to getting ready for “bad weather”.
Persistent Brexit uncertainty has knocked business confidence among finance chiefs to some of the lowest levels in recent years.
A pioneering collaboration between Scottish fishermen and scientists will use new technology to avoid unwanted catches of cod and whiting.
A host of companies from across the north and north-east are to benefit from a £21 million investment from a partnership between Scotland and Japan.
Budding young entrepreneurs across the north and north-east are getting a little extra help from Tesco, thanks to a funding tie-up between the UK’s largest retailer and Young Enterprise (YE) Scotland.
Marine equipment, technology and services firm Gael Force Group has set its sights on growth in the international fish farming industry after a year of acquisitions and product development.
North-east oil and gas doyen Sir Ian Wood says Aberdeen could be the energy capital of the world – but only if political leaders show more commitment to making it happen.
Sparrows Offshore Group has reported a boost for renewable energy in “another year of stability and growth”.
Many firms now ask new recruits for details about their background – such as the school they attended, or if their parents are university-educated, according to a new report.
North-east craft distiller Lost Loch Spirits is celebrating another milestone after launching a school for would-be rivals.
The woman now at the helm of the Scottish Fishermen’s Federation (SFF) has said the industry is at a “pivotal” point, with the looming Brexit deadline dictating the UK’s role in crunch end-of-year quota talks.
Business and union representatives are pressing home concerns they have about the future of Wick John O’Groats airport.
The boss of the world’s most famous shortbread brand has said the business remains “robust” despite enduring two of the toughest years in its history as the price of its key ingredient soared.
Scrabster Harbour Trust has reported another successful trading year with record revenues and profits being achieved for the fifth consecutive year.
Dozens of budding entrepreneurs descended on Pittodrie Stadium in Aberdeen yesterday for the first festival of its kind aimed at inspiring business leaders of tomorrow.
The economy will not fall into recession in the case of a no-deal Brexit as businesses are well prepared to leave the EU, a leading economist said yesterday.
North-east entrepreneur Martin Gilbert said last night he was looking forward to more golfing, fishing and skiing after he retires from the front line of business next year.
Owner of popular Aberdeen cafe vows to find ‘right person’ to buy the business he built over last 16 years
The owner of a popular Aberdeen cafe has vowed to find "the right person" to buy his business, as he places it on the market.
North-east entrepreneur Martin Gilbert has announced his retirement.
The £2 billion-a-year Scottish salmon farming industry produced nearly 18% fewer fish during 2018, compared with the year before, official figures showed yesterday.
Thomas Cook staff left in limbo are preparing to go without their wages on Monday – which should have been their payday – following the collapse of the travel giant.
Oil service firm Global Energy Group (GEG) is celebrating the biggest deal in its history, with a value understood to exceed £100 million.
The future of a paper mill has been secured and hundreds of jobs saved after a management buyout.
Nearly 560 UK jobs have been saved, including 450 in Aberdeen, after the sale of two closure-threatened subsidiaries of French paper maker Arjo Wiggins.
A programme designed to fast-track north-east businesses to success has opened for its second year.
The Scottish construction operations of Kier Group have offset a “disappointing” performance for the diversified company across the UK.
Aberdeen Sports Village (ASV) has unveiled its newly refurbished gym following a £500,000 investment.
A Shetland-based expert on the UK pharmaceutical industry has outlined her growing fears for its future after Brexit.
Scrabster Harbour Authority is upbeat about the progress it has made in attracting cruise traffic to the port despite the latest season ending on a low at the weekend.
A “buoyant” private housing market in Scotland and an acquisition that bolstered its presence in the Edinburgh commuter belt have brought a huge boost to results at rapidly-growing housebuilder Springfield Properties.
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