Plans to strengthen and grow the Scotch whisky industry over the next three decades will be at the heart of the sector’s annual conference.
Six airports will close for one day this week as a result of a strike by air traffic controllers involved in a pay dispute.
The Royal Mail is launching the UK’s first parcel postboxes across the UK.
Plans to unlock the “vast potential” of a former port and industrial site have been unveiled as a consultation on its future is launched.
Michael Gove has urged the Home Secretary to introduce flexible immigration rules for skilled workers after Brexit to avoid vacancies in certain industries.
Britain has urged the United States and China to step back from a “full-blown trade war” as Beijing threatened retaliation for the latest round of US tariffs.
Star fund manager Michael Platt has been named the City’s richest hedgie for the fifth year in a row, after his wealth surged by £700 million.
New legislation to reform the planning system in Scotland will make it harder rather than easier, the finance secretary has said.
Snapchat has managed to make a small increase on the size of its user base, reporting narrowed net losses as the company edges a step closer to achieving profitability.
Twitter has reported growth in revenue but saw monthly active users drop by six million on this time last year, the firm’s latest financial results show.
Demand for new cars fell 3.4% in March as uncertainty over diesel and Brexit continued to hit consumer confidence, the automotive industry said.
Britain’s dominant services sector contracted for the first time since the Brexit vote last month as intense political uncertainty constrains demand and weighs on business sentiment.
Elder, an app that connects vulnerable elderly people with healthcare professionals, is seeking its next round of funding as the firm looks to scale up and reach £1 billion of sales.
Royal Mail has appointed former British Airways boss Keith Williams to be its new permanent chairman as the group grapples with the fast-changing delivery market.
Fresh plans for industrial action on some North Sea platforms have been announced by the trade union Unite.
Delaying Brexit will consign Britain’s already weak economy to “sluggish” growth and risks a further manufacturing exodus until a deal is struck, a former Bank of England rate-setter has warned.
Sir Philip Green is preparing to launch a dramatic restructuring plan for his retail empire, which could come at the cost of hundreds of jobs.
Workers at Glasgow Airport are to be balloted over strike action in a dispute over pay and pensions.
Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley has called for a clean sweep at the top of Debenhams and proposed installing himself as an executive at the troubled department store chain.
LK Bennett – a brand favoured by the Duchess of Cambridge – has collapsed into administration, putting around 500 jobs at risk.