A former City trader behind a £1.4 billion banking fraud has been deported to Ghana despite a campaign to keep him in the UK.
Dignity’s profits declined in the third quarter as a price war in the funeral market weighed on its income.
Politicians, business leaders and trade unions will join forces in a bid to save the closure-threatened Michelin tyre factory in Dundee.
Sage Group has appointed Steve Hare to the role of chief executive with immediate effect.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has warned interest rates could rise in the event of a no-deal Brexit if a cliff-edge withdrawal sends the pound into freefall.
Supermarket giant Asda is to start consulting with staff over potential job losses next year which could total almost 2,500, according to sources.
Debenhams has unveiled plans to axe up to 50 high street shops, putting around 4,000 jobs at risk, as the struggling department store chain swung to a near £500 million loss.
Telecoms giant BT has appointed Worldpay boss Philip Jansen as chief executive.
Debenhams has unveiled plans to axe up to 50 high street shops, putting around 4,000 jobs at risk, as profits plunged at the struggling department store chain.
The number of smaller firms going into liquidation has increased by almost a third so far in 2018.
Patisserie Valerie’s chairman has said it will be “business as normal” at the cafe chain after swooping in with a rescue package that saved nearly 3,000 jobs and the company from collapse.
Former City trader Kweku Adoboli, who gambled away £1.4 billion in the UK’s biggest banking fraud, has been bailed from detention pending a decision over his deportation.
Unilever has bowed to pressure from shareholders and scrapped plans to move its corporate headquarters from London to Rotterdam.
John McDonnell has claimed the financial crises has left Britain’s economy dangerously unprepared for the fourth industrial revolution.
Sports Direct board members have discussed a possible merger between Debenhams and House of Fraser, a company director has revealed.
Sports Direct chairman Keith Hellawell has said he will step down from the company, ending a controversial nine-year tenure in the role.
Galliford Try’s annual profits surged 145% as the company recovered from hefty charges linked to major infrastructure projects a year earlier.
Energy giant SSE has warned half-year profits will tumble 50% after suffering the effects of higher gas prices and dry, still and warm weather.
Pub company JD Wetherspoon is to increase its range of drinks from UK and non-EU producers from later this month, it has announced.
A Scottish law firm is urging businesses to support the cultural sector to reinforce the vital role it plays in attracting visitors and investment to the city.
A new tool has been launched to help save Aberdonians from thousands of pounds of fraud.
Aberdeen City Libraries are hosting a unique murder mystery event to mark the end of the Central Library’s 125th anniversary celebrations.
Parking misery looks set to continue at Raigmore Hospital with the news that plans for two overspill car parks have been put on hold.
Highland Council has pledged to rectify new webcast equipment that crashed within minutes on its first day of operation at Thursday's Inverness City Committee.
Highland Council chiefs have been accused of lacking "accountability and transparency" over spending from the £315million Inverness City Region Deal.
Three north and north-east councils are in talks to combine their buying power in a radical experiment that could save them millions of pounds each a year.
Highland Council was under fire last night for spending £500,000 to dress an iconic Inverness building in a "hideous" gold coat.
A bitter row has erupted over a claim that deposed north MP Danny Alexander jeopardised a multimillion-pound investment package for Inverness by not finalising a deal while in a position of power.
Not too long ago, Aberdeen was voted the best city to live in Scotland – and the second best in the UK.