London Stock Exchange (LSE)’s new 1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain report celebrates the achievements of 25 Scottish firms and more than half of them are in the north and north-east.
Peterhead is enjoying a bumper year for fish landings.
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An Aberdeenshire firm’s new recruit has to work long hours in sub-zero temperatures – but there is little chance of “Cookie” complaining.
North-east builder Chap has reported “significant progress” over the past year despite accounts showing the firm slid into the red.
Scotland’s fishing fleet could be in line for substantial quota increases next year, if bureaucrats follow the latest recommendations of scientists.
North-east businessman Pat Machray was last night honoured with a lifetime achievement award at the 2017 Elevator Awards.
Banchory-based construction firm Bancon Group has appointed Allan Clow as managing director of its homes business.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove was in friendly territory when he visited Peterhead to talk Brexit and fishing yesterday.
A £50million new business park near Aberdeen has already welcomed its first tenant.
Lunar Fishing Company, of Peterhead, has reported a boost to turnover and an even bigger jump in profits, thanks to higher mackerel prices.
Seafood industry body Seafish has urged more women to join the sector in the UK after a survey found evidence of gender bias.
A changing of the guard at the Aberdeen Association of the Royal Warrant Holders Association (RWHA) has seen Christopher Leigh, managing director of smokehouse John Ross Jnr installed as new president.
The north-east’s top chefs were unveiled last night following a pulsating cook-off to sort the best from the rest.
Magical duo Fifth Dimension said yesterday their business had shaken off the north-east downturn and was thriving on the back of £100,000-worth of contracts secured this year.
Accountants in Inverurie, Fraserburgh and Inverness are celebrating promotions at Aberdeen-based Johnston Carmichael (JC).
North-east firm Bancon Group said yesterday its construction arm had recruited two new directors to help drive growth, including through the delivery of new contracts worth a total of £12million.
A retired north-east fishing skipper has warned the industry must “wake up” to what the fall-out from Brexit will mean for the Scottish fleet.
The second of two new Hampton by Hilton hotels in the north-east is officially open for business.
Firms across the north-east have deliver a business wish list for tomorrow’s council elections.
Administrators are mulling bids for two hotels that were among businesses owned by Aberdeen-based entrepreneurial duo Ivor Finnie and Alan Wallace.
The Scottish Conservatives say fishing communities will “not be fooled" by SNP general-election candidates who try to keep them onside by signing a Brexit pledge.
North-east entrepreneur Danny Cowie has added another business, The Printer, to a growing portfolio of companies now operating under the Jasmine name.
North-east builder Stewart Milne Group (SMG) slumped to pre-tax losses of £26.1million during the year to June 30, 2016, its latest accounts show.
Property developer Ardent Group is looking to further opportunities to help it achieve its growth ambitions after celebrating the completion of its latest project.
Sir Ian Wood is on the hunt for a “Loch Ness Monster” for the north-east to give the region iconic tourism appeal.
Flybe’s new service between Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) and London Heathrow took to the skies yesterday, creating competition on the key route for the first time since autumn 2015.
Henry Boot said work on the new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) contributed to one of the busiest years in its 131-year history.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Christopher Bruce, who runs Ballater firm Roaring Stag Coffee Roasters
North-east firm Tekserv has celebrated the official opening of new premises in Peterhead.
Celebrity fisherman Jimmy Buchan has taken on a new role supporting the Scottish Seafood Association (SSA) and its 70-strong membership.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions.