Boris Johnson has been urged to “do something decent” and intervene on behalf of one of the UK’s main bus manufacturers as it went into administration.
The EFL has expressed its concern at delays over the sale of Bolton and wants to see a resolution before Tuesday.
Bolton have been criticised after announcing the postponement of Tuesday’s League One game with Doncaster amid welfare concerns for their young squad.
Bolton’s Sky Bet League One home game with Doncaster on Tuesday has been postponed, amid welfare concerns for their young squad.
Holidaymakers are being urged to contact their travel agents after two firms collapsed.
Jamie Oliver has told of his desperate attempts to save his restaurant group from collapse as he ploughed millions of pounds of his own money into the business.
Aberdeen’s ruling council administration will do “all it can” to hold on to power, its co-leader has today claimed.
A deal to save an under-threat Aberdeen paper mill has fallen through, it was revealed today.
Airline flybmi has suspended flights and is filing for administration, blaming uncertainty around Brexit.
A Scottish Government minister has held a "positive meeting" with management at a closure-threatened Aberdeen paper mill.
An Aberdeen MSP has called on the Scottish Government to form a taskforce to help secure a buyer and safeguard jobs at Stoneywood Mill.
Administrators have been appointed for the company that owns a historic Aberdeen paper mill.
An Aberdeen branch of a fashion chain has shut after the firm collapsed into administration.
A total of 45 people in the North-east have lost their jobs at a vehicle hire firm after it went into administration.
Nearly 30 jobs have been saved following a sale of the business and assets of an Aberdeen firm which collapsed into administration in January.
A North-east firm has gone into administration, with the loss of 50 jobs.
The Aberdeen branch of Handmade Burger Company will remain open after the chain went into administration.
Wood Group has acquired the trade and assets of Enterprise Engineering Service Limited’s (EESL) Aberdeen based fabrication and manufacturing business, following an announcement last month that EESL had appointed administrators.
An oilfield services company has gone bust with the loss of 171 jobs in London and Aberdeen. Harkand has entered into administration after it defaulted on the payment of its senior secured bond issue and interest, due to insufficient liquidity. For more on this story visit Energy Voice