Inverness and Aberdeen are ranked top in Scotland, and among the top 10 locations overall in league tables of the best cities to live and work in the UK.
Thomas Cook’s former auditor, PwC, was paid £21 million for providing consultancy and non-audit work for the travel firm between 2007 and 2016, MPs have been told.
Any type of Brexit deal will touch on every aspect of Northern Ireland’s “already weak economy”, the head of a lobby group has said.
Consumer confidence has fallen ahead of the crucial Christmas trading period as just a fifth think they will have more disposable income over the next year, research suggests.
Scottish homeowners can expect the value of their properties to rise by 14% on average over the four years to 2022, a new report suggests.
Britain’s big four accountancy firms should be broken up in order to loosen their stranglehold on the audit market, a hard-hitting report argues.
A rise in drone usage in the oil and gas industry and in Scotland’s farming industry could help to deliver a £42 billion boost to the UK economy by 2013, a new report has forecast.
Economic growth in Scotland is projected to fall slightly next year but the country is expected to avoid recession amid uncertainty over Brexit, a new report has found.
There are mixed results for the north in PwC’s latest Good Growth for Cities report.
Bringing more people over the age of 55 into the workforce could boost the UK economy by £80billion, according to a new report.
One of the flagship new office developments in Aberdeen city centre is more than 85% let, defying fears that finding tenants in a local economic downturn would be a major challenge.
New figures show retail activity in the centre of Aberdeen remained relatively robust during a year which saw one store shut each day in Scotland.
Footwear retailer Jones Bootmaker is closing its shops in Aberdeen and Inverness, with the loss of 18 jobs, after part of the chain was bought out of administration.
One of Scotland’s biggest law firms set to become second tenant in Aberdeen’s The Capitol development
One of Scotland’s biggest law firms is poised to become the second tenant in The Capitol office development in Union Street, Aberdeen.
Nearly two thirds (58%) of Britain’s “captains of industry” feel their businesses are already hurting as a result of the UK’s decision to quit the European Union, a study has found.
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) across Scotland are clear about what they want from Brexit but don’t know how to prepare for life outside the EU, according to a new study.
Scottish business chiefs moved quickly to calm nerves yesterday after UK voters chose to quit the European Union.
Scotland is teetering on the brink of another recession and a Brexit could push it over the edge, a leading think-tank warned yesterday.
Aberdeen’s newest office building welcomed invited guests for a grand opening last night following its £30million transformation.
Young people were urged to save more money as the chancellor unveiled a new a scheme aimed at the under-40s.
Growing demand for e-cigarettes drove up the number of tobacconists around Scotland during 2015, new figures show.
North and north-east travellers who were left out of pocket by the collapse of a Scottish airline more than six years ago are still in the dark about their chances of getting any of their money back.
Scottish economic growth this year and next is likely to be weaker than expected, while a possible Brexit from the EU would damage prospects further down the line, a think-tank warned yesterday.
A US-backed investment fund has called in the administrators on a discount shoe chain, putting 2,000 UK jobs at risk.
An ailing oil and gas industry has forced experts to lower their expectations for economic growth across the whole of Scotland during 2015.
Aberdeen has fallen down a ranking of the best UK cities due to the effects of the oil price crash - although it has retained a top five place, a new report shows.
Nearly 10% of UK companies don’t know how many cyber security attacks they have had this year and 14% don’t know how they happened, a report has found.
Aberdeen social enterprise Glencraft and whisky firm BenRiach won honours for Scotland at the 2015 Private Business Awards (PBAs) in London.
The 14-years jail sentence handed down to Tom Hayes, formerly of UBS, for manipulation of Libor rates, with 11 more people due to stand trial, has once again brought into public focus the serious flaws in the corporate culture of many financial institutions.
PwC said yesterday it had appointed three new partners and six directors in its Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh offices.
Scotland's economic growth is being fuelled by a combination of capital investment - particularly in infrastructure - and consumer spending, according to a respected think-tank.
Over the last few months there has been a lot of noise about gender diversity and the impact this has on both personal and career ambitions, business growth, and even the economy.