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An Aberdeen team has solved an “age-old” industry challenge for North Sea platforms.
Pharmaceutical firms are lining up to partner an Aberdeen University life sciences team working on new antibodies that could save millions of lives.
North-east legal firm Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace (RCCW) has doubled the size of its team in Stonehaven after acquiring a long-established local firm of solicitors and estate agents.
Innovative and growing food and drink businesses from across the north-east had their achievements recognised at the region’s prestigious annual food and drink awards last night.
Commercial gold production from a Scottish hillside is on track to start later this year, the firm behind the project said yesterday.
The boss of North Sea oil producer EnQuest said yesterday he believed the region could yield further discoveries to extend its lifespan.
Scotland’s multi-billion-pound sea-food processing industry needs government help to remove “blockages” to growth, a trade body warned.
An Aberdeen travel firm has reported strong interest from north-east firms interested in going to the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in the US.
Reforms aimed at increasing the share of public sector contracts going to Scotland’s small businesses have had “little impact”, a new report has claimed.
Businesses in the north-east have been urged to prepare themselves to cope with flooding after a national study found that 5,600 business in the region are at risk.
Start-up businesses in Scotland have borrowed more than £26 million from the British Business Bank since its launch six years ago.
Sir Philip Green is preparing to launch a dramatic restructuring plan for his retail empire, which could come at the cost of hundreds of jobs.
It lasted more than 18 months but the unorthodox co-management of Standard Life Aberdeen (SLA) is over after the company announced yesterday that north-east entrepreneur Martin Gilbert was changing jobs.
Business leaders welcomed MPs’ vote to reject a no-deal Brexit under any circumstances but urged the Government to turn it into action.
More Scottish businesses can apply for a share of £2 million to prepare for Brexit, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
Nominations for the 2019 edition of the north-east’s business “Oscars” - the Northern Star Business Awards - open today.
Shetland firm Laurence Odie Knitwear has become employee-owned as its founder looks towards retirement.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said: "The prime minister and the UK government should be hanging their heads in shame this evening.
Inverness-based Global Energy Group (Geg) has announced multi-million-pound plans to add more than 800 feet of new quayside to its Nigg Energy Park site at the entrance to the Cromarty Firth.
Scottish oil firm Cairn Energy vowed to go after “material” exploration targets this year despite suffering losses of almost £1 billion in 2018.
A Nasa engineer has said Scotland’s growing space sector can work “hand in hand” with the subsea industry.
A new facility aimed at ensuring the Highlands and islands benefit from growing market opportunities in data science has been launched in Inverness by Digital Economy Minister Kate Forbes.
The 2019 edition of an annual celebration of excellence in the UK energy industry gets off the ground today.
The Scottish Government should have a seat at the negotiating table in Brexit trade negotiations to protect the distinct priorities of Scottish trade, according to a House of Commons committee.
Nicola Sturgeon has announced a new strategy to tackle the gender pay gap in Scotland in a speech on International Women’s Day.
A West Highland businessman has put a trio of north hotels up for sale, seeking offers in the region of £6.85 million for all three.
A traditional pub which has been a mainstay of Aberdeen city centre for more than a century has been put on the market.
Building materials giant Breedon said yesterday it was finalising contingency plans for Brexit but unable to prepare for “indirect risks”.
Business leaders have criticised the “regrettable” decision to cut hundreds of thousands of pounds from Visit Aberdeenshire which they believe could leave the hospitality sector “crippled”.
A new rural enterprise university could be the catalyst for a £4.5 billion boost to the Scottish economy, according to a new report.
The documentary filmmaker son of Robert Redford has said Scotland is “doing what it needs to” in terms of renewable energy compared to the US market.