Inflation has slipped to its lowest in almost three years after gas and electricity prices fell on the back of the new energy price cap.
The UK jobs market has “softened” as Brexit uncertainty weighed on hiring in September, City analysts have said after the latest set of UK labour market figures.
Airbnb accommodation guests are on course to spend an estimated £223 million at restaurants and cafes around Scotland this year, the online marketplace has said.
The UK economy avoided falling into a recession after UK Gross Domestic Product (GDP) returned to growth in the third quarter.
Rising property costs have increased inequality as the poorest families have borne the brunt of the housing crisis, according to a think-tank.
Permission has been granted for a £120 million development of homes, offices and a hotel in Newcastle despite opposition from football fans who said it will spoil a famous view of the St James’ Park stadium.
Sajid Javid has said the Conservatives will increase borrowing to pay for new infrastructure as he heralded new fiscal rules for a “new economic era”.
UK consumer credit growth has slumped to its lowest level in five years, according to new data.
Councillors will today decide whether to progress plans to future-proof Moray's tourist offering.
Scotland’s Finance Secretary will insist the county can “more than afford” to be independent.
Labour’s general election manifesto will be written “from the grassroots up”, John McDonnell said as he kicked off a UK-wide pre-poll campaign tour in Essex.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has confirmed that the UK economy slid into decline in the second quarter of 2019, in the latest update of its figures.
A no-deal Brexit could lead to the UK’s first recession for a decade, according to new analysis.
Scottish spending on takeaways increased by 9% last year to cross the £1 billion mark, according to new figures.
Tourism and conference-hosting is arguably one of the key industries most crucial to sustainable economic growth in Scotland and the north-east. It is a notoriously volatile trade, demanding constant innovation. If this key sector is to be successfully grown it will require long-term strategic thinking.
Aberdeen Harbour Board is famously Britain’s oldest company.
Brexit could spark a “new era of economic and industrial decline” in Scotland that the country would take a generation to recover from, a union has warned.
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 new rural enterprise university could be the catalyst for a £4.5 billion boost to the Scottish economy, according to a new report.
North-east unemployment continues to fall as the region’s economy picks up and the job market in the Highlands is “buoyant”, Jobcentre staff in Aberdeen and Inverness said yesterday.
Orkney, Shetland, Moray and Aberdeenshire have some of the worst broadband connections in the UK, according to new research.
As the hapless former US Secretary of State Donald Rumsfeld once said about predicting the future, there are known knowns, known unknowns and unknown unknowns.
With a focus on accelerating growth and diversification across the region, companies of all sizes are being encouraged to explore their options to diversify, innovate, invest in their businesses and expand.
As Scotland’s energy sector transitions to a lower-carbon future, diversification has become a buzzword for businesses looking to take advantage of new opportunities.
A three-month consultation into the impact of Brexit on rural Scotland has been extended to the end of November due to “overwhelming demand” from rural communities.
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.
The north-east’s house prices have continued to fall, but property experts say there are signs of stabilisation in the market.
The Scottish Government has launched a new economic action plan, which includes an £18 million fund for advanced manufacturing and the piloting of two new “productivity clubs” for businesses.
Aberdeen has come out tops in a list of the happiest and “most vibrant” places to live in Scotland.
The Loch Ness Monster is worth nearly £41 million a year to the Scottish economy, new research reveals.
Huge swathes of the Highlands are being put up for sale in what is said to be evidence of a massive boom in multi-million-pound timber industry.
As if things aren’t austere enough, much more misery lies in store for Highland residents according to Highland Council’s revenue budget forecasts for the next three years.