British pork giant Cranswick has reported a surge in exports after African swine fever decimated pig herds in far east Asia.
Utility giant Severn Trent has warned that Labour policies for nationalisation of the industry would impact its ability to fulfil its strategic goals.
Up to 350 jobs are being axed at builder Galliford Try amid an overhaul of its under-pressure construction business.
Nationwide Building Society has seen annual profits tumble by almost a fifth after taking a £227 million hit on its technology assets and ramping up spending on IT.
Tesco Bank is to sell off its mortgage portfolio after halting new lending, in a move which could affect more than 23,000 customers.
Finance leaders from across the world are meeting in Scotland to address monetary risk from climate change.
The FTSE 100 has slumped to a two-month low after China announced tariffs on the US as tensions between the two global powers continue.
Awards from the Scottish Government’s Digital Development Loan fund to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have reached a total of £1 million as the first anniversary of its launch approaches next month.
Public sector workers in Scotland are paid less than they were a decade ago in real terms, Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has said.
The largest shareholder of property developer Shaftesbury has threatened to take the company to court over an ongoing dispute.
How will businesses fare after Brexit and where is the UK and Scottish economy headed after our impending divorce from the European Union are questions being asked around the country.
Environmental activists have staged a protest at the Royal Bank of Scotland’s (RBS) headquarters, demanding further action to combat climate change.
The number of people in Scotland being declared insolvent rose by more than 20% in a year, new figures indicate.
NHS Grampian spends more than £200,000 on leasing 130 cars – but whistleblower claims few have been used
A whistleblower has claimed the north-east's health board has wasted hundreds of thousands of pounds on cars that have not been used.
Residents and businesses in towns without any banks face “substantial financial hardship”, according to a report.
The start of a new financial year always provides a good opportunity to reflect on the previous year, take stock and plan ahead.
Bosses at Parkmead Group said today they were “working intensively” on acquisitions to beef up the firm’s portfolio.
A businessman protesting about his treatment by financial institutions has agreed to suspend his hunger strike ahead of a meeting later this week.
The City watchdog has fined UBS £27.6 million for failing to report tens of millions of transactions properly over nearly a decade.
Healthcare and technology companies powered stocks broadly higher on Wall Street on Wednesday, giving the market its third straight gain.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has insisted that Scotland “gets it share” of UK spending – but complained he gets “precious little thanks” from the SNP for it.
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Chancellor Philip Hammond is “penalising” Scots by shortchanging Holyrood ministers of billions of pounds of cash, Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has claimed.
JP Morgan has failed in its latest attempt to halt an 875 million US dollar (£670 million) lawsuit brought by the Nigerian government, as the investment banking titan was also ordered to pay £375,000 in legal costs.
The Bank of England has ordered credit card giant Visa to appoint accountancy giant PwC to help avoid a repeat of an outage that caused chaos last year.
A majority of people working in the finance sector believe the UK will exit the EU without a deal, a study found.
Personal income rose by 3.1% on average in 2017 in Fresno County to $41,470.
San Francisco County is in the top 10 for average personal income in California.
Health boards in the north and north-east have been shortchanged out of tens of millions of pounds, opposition politicians have claimed.
The leader of the largest opposition group in the chamber said he was deeply concerned about the prospect of redundancies.
Schools, libraries and bus services across Aberdeenshire will all be hit by swinging council cuts.
A £5 million roads repair "holiday" is one of a raft of controversial cuts being proposed by opposition politicians to balance a north-east council's books.