Scotland’s transport bosses have hailed 2018 as a “defining year” for the north-east.
Spending on business research and development (R&D) in Scotland has topped £1 billion for the first time.
A £65 million international centre of manufacturing expertise is to be built near Glasgow Airport, the First Minister has announced.
Private sector growth in Scotland has slowed to an eight-month low but business confidence has increased, according to a new Bank of Scotland report.
Goods exports from Scotland grew by almost a fifth to reach £28 billion, new UK Government figures have revealed.
The Highlands and islands and Cairngorms areas have been chosen to take part in a new Scottish Government-led pilot programme aimed at increasing the number of companies exporting their products and services.
Progress has been made following "intensive talks" aimed at securing the future of troubled engineering firm BiFab, the Scottish Government has said.
Workers at the crisis-hit BiFab yards are to march on Holyrood in bid to raise awareness of their plight.
The Scottish Government has pledged to do whatever it can to help the struggling engineering firm BiFab after "disputed payments" sparked a financial crisis there.
The First Minister has laid a wreath to commemorate servicemen and women killed in conflict as remembrance services took place across Scotland.
Plans to create the first "Living Wage towns, cities and regions" in the UK have been put forward by the Scottish Government.
Hopes that a north-east railway line could be reopened have been renewed.
A US venture with a seaweed harvesting firm based on Uist “shows the impact” American investment is having the length and breadth of Scotland, according to Scottish Economy Secretary Keith Brown.
A land-owning couple, whose farm has been cut in half by the Aberdeen bypass, have been visited by the senior government minister heading up the project.
“Brutal cuts” to Scottish military bases, including Fort George, should be reconsidered, according to Veterans Minister Keith Brown.
One of the north and north-east’s best-known and most successful industries has become the centre of attention in the latest round of wrangling over post-Brexit trade deals.
New studies signal more positive news for Scotland’s economy – but firms want access to the single market
Scottish business is enjoying its longest run of expansion in nearly two-and-a-half years but Brexit is casting a dark shadow over future prospects, new studies show.
Scottish Enterprise (SE) said yesterday it was entering a “new phase" after chief executive Lena Wilson announced she was quitting the economic development quango.
A leading bank says more needs to be done to translate youthful enthusiasm into entrepreneurship across Scotland.
A senior SNP minister has been snubbed by his UK counterpart in Westminster during his quest for answers over the Tory-DUP deal, according to a Scottish Government official.
The chairman of Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) is to lead a new board implementing changes to development agencies across the country.
Plans to dual the A96 road from Inverness to Aberdeen have reached a milestone with design options for a key stretch through Moray ready to be revealed.
A senior government minister has visited a new multimillion-pound health centre which is being created in a north-east town.
Economy secretary Keith Brown will unveil the Scottish Government's infrastructure investment plan progress report in Inverurie today.
Orkney MSP Liam McArthur has warned the needs of Highland businesses and communities will become a "secondary consideration" under Scottish Government plans for the north's development agency.
One of Holyrood's most influential committees has chastised the economy secretary amid claims officials "did not provide ... full information" about delays to the Aberdeen by-pass.
Liberal Democrat leader, Tim Farron, has thrown his weight behind the Press and Journal's campaign to keep Highlands and Islands Enterprise local.
A crucial section of the Aberdeen by-pass could be delayed by as much as a year.
The UK Government has launched a thinly-veiled attack on its Scottish counterparts' plans to centralise the Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) board.
Scottish Liberal Democrat MSP Tavish Scott: "Could you furnish the committee - I don't expect today, but in writing - with a specific list of all the organisations and individuals who said that a central board was the right solution?"
Keith Brown has urged the UK Government to commit to keeping military bases in Scotland amid swingeing cuts to the defence estate.
The Scottish Government minister behind the plan to centralise the Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) board has "refused to name anyone" that supports the move.