The number of restaurants going bust has almost quadrupled over the last decade, highlighting how “precarious” the market is, new analysis has found.
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.
Jobs are under threat at Michelin’s Dundee tyre factory amid an “influx” of cheaper foreign imports into the European market.
Plans for further strike action at a local authority have been withdrawn following talks between trade unions and council officials.
Low-paid workers are having to borrow money to pay their bills and many say financial concerns are affecting their mental health, research reveals.
The Scottish Government is to invest almost £5 million in an aerospace innovation centre.
Mothercare has successfully completed a share issue, raising £32.5 million as it pushes ahead with sweeping store closures.
Low cost airline Ryanair has warned over job losses for more than 100 pilots and 200 cabin crew as it revealed plans to cut its Dublin-based aircraft fleet by 20%, blaming recent pilot strike action.
Manufacturing growth has picked up to its strongest rate for a year, but firms have signalled their investment intentions remain subdued.
Barclays has announced plans to create up to 2,500 new jobs in Glasgow.
JCB has announced an investment of more than £50 million in a new plant, creating hundreds of jobs and doubling production of cabs used on its machines.
The names of 167 men who lost their lives in the Piper Alpha disaster 30 years ago will be read aloud at a memorial service next week.
Bob Dylan recently announced the launch of his own signature line of whisky called Heaven's Door, in a bid to capitalise on the growing demand for all things celebrity endorsed.
Visitor numbers in Aberdeen have soared in the last year - prompting predictions from industry chiefs that tourism will generate £1billion a year by 2023.
Two drinks industry bodies have joined forces to better protect “authentic” Scottish whiskies.
A new Scottish business taskforce of economic and business leaders will discuss ways to help support some of the country’s most important sectors including oil and gas, tourism, financial services and food and drink.
Opening in 1808, the Broadford Works became the longest running iron-frame mill in Scotland.
Italy's FPT Industrial has provided the engine for the "tractor of the year" for the second year in a row.
A former Aberdeen industry which was once one of the biggest in the world will be the subject of a talk at the Maritime Museum.