The 2019 Northern Star Business Awards ceremony is shaping up to be one of the biggest to date.
Donald Trump's decision to cancel a visit to Denmark next month after the prime minister described his plan to buy Greenland as "absurd" has taken the Danish royal palace by surprise, a spokeswoman said.
Law firm CMS said Aberdeen-based engineering and design business GDi had become the first Scottish company to join its EquIP programme.
Official statistics outlining Scotland's public finances will be published on Wednesday.
General Electric Co. has “very high” exposure to the long-term care insurance market and is worse than average when it comes to the adequacy of reserves tied to those policies, according to Fitch Ratings.
A nuclear reactor at a power station will temporarily return to service after being shut down last year when cracks were found in its core.
The oil and gas industry’s “unique characteristics” are blocking the adoption of new technology, a new study of psychological factors said.
The U.K.’s energy markets regulator said it’ll probe whether grid operators or power generators breached license conditions during the Aug. 9 blackout that saw more than one million British households lose power.
Energy services giant Subsea 7 is giving experienced engineers from all sectors the chance to forge a new career in the subsea industry.
An expert in high-tech control and data systems on Formula One racing cars will join digital economy minister Kate Forbes and other invited guests to celebrate the official opening of The Data Lab’s new innovation centre in Aberdeen later today.
The Iranian supertanker detained last month on suspicion of hauling oil to Syria in violation of European sanctions set sail from Gibraltar waters after being released by the British territory and is now signaling Greece as its next destination.
The demolition of a coal-fired power station where four workers were killed caused a power cut affecting about 40,000 people, energy firm SSEN said.
Spanish and Belgian firms have clinched a £370m deal to build and operate a new waste-to-energy plant in Aberdeen.
Electricity supplier Ure Energy has been stripped of its licence by regulator Ofgem after failing to pay into a fund when it did not source enough renewable energy.
As festivals go, TechFest is rather unusual. Rather than celebrating striking works of art or talented local musicians, it focuses on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (Stem).
Brexit and the delay in oil price recovery caused profits at Burness Paull to fall in the last 12 months.
Balfour Beatty announced a 14% jump in underlying profits yesterday, saying the performance was boosted by growing its business outside the UK.
Energy regulator Ofgem has set a 50% target for gender equality across all levels of the energy sector by 2025.
Climate activist Greta Thunberg has said she will not waste time speaking to President Donald Trump as she heads across the Atlantic on a racing yacht to attend UN summits on global warming.
Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg is due to set sail from Plymouth to attend UN summits in New York and Chile on tackling global warming.
When two U.K. power plants shut down almost simultaneously in London’s first major blackout for a decade, it triggered a storm of questions about how to avoid another failure.
An Aberdeen hotel that closed its doors at the start of the year due to the oil downturn will reopen under a new owner.
One of the north-east’s most renowned business figures has gained international recognition for his philanthropy.
Portugal has started rationing petrol as a precaution after 2,000 lorry drivers began an open-ended strike over pay, a move that comes at the height of the crucial summer tourist season and during the summer harvest.
Iqarus, a leading provider of intelligent and integrated healthcare for demanding and complex environments, has strengthened its clinical leadership with the appointment of two new clinical directors.