Berkeley Group will pay its shareholders a nearly half a billion pound windfall as it doubles the money it plans to return to investors.
Travelex has restored some of its systems after a New Year’s Eve cyber attack left customers unable to exchange foreign currency online at some of Britain’s biggest banks.
Politicians from across the north-east have welcomed progress on the Scottish budget date being set.
North-east council dips into cash reserves after spending two-thirds of budget in first eight months
Aberdeenshire Council has spent almost two-thirds of its budget over eight months according to a newly-published report.
Christmas hit the spot for Ryanair and the airline was able to upgrade its profit forecast, even as losses rose at an Austrian subsidiary.
Local authorities will be forced to “set council tax rates blind” due to the delay with the UK Budget, a city councillor claimed today.
Global markets were dominated by the US air strike that killed one of Iran’s top generals as traders reacted to rising oil prices.
Clydesdale Bank has apologised to customers today after payments scheduled to go into their account failed to appear.
Decision to stop charging north-east parents for school bus travel will cost council £165,000 a year
Parents of more than 1,000 north-east children will save on school transport, but it will leave a black hole in a council’s coffers.
The amount of money owed to Aberdeen City Council has fallen.
Aberdeen's economy is forecast to grow in the years ahead, a new report has revealed.
Rising property costs have increased inequality as the poorest families have borne the brunt of the housing crisis, according to a think-tank.
The consumer car finance market was worth almost £4.3 billion in September, according to new data released this week.
Aberdeen City Council’s winter roads budget could be extended should the weather be worse than anticipated, councillors have been told.
Aberdeen's council bosses have warned its winter roads budget will only be able to cope with a mild season despite forecasters predicting this winter could be the coldest in more than three decades.
The opening days at two household waste and recycling centres in Aberdeen have changed.
Work will start earlier to identify a raft of cost-saving measures to balance Aberdeen City Council’s budget in the next financial year.
Now summer’s here, many people will be rolling up their sleeves and getting stuck into their gardening.
British pork giant Cranswick has reported a surge in exports after African swine fever decimated pig herds in far east Asia.
Utility giant Severn Trent has warned that Labour policies for nationalisation of the industry would impact its ability to fulfil its strategic goals.
The number of people in Scotland being declared insolvent rose by more than 20% in a year, new figures indicate.
Proposed budget cuts would have a major impact on plans to create jobs and grow the city’s economy and be a “blow for the entire cultural sector”, Aberdeen tourism and culture bosses said today.
Council tax will rise by 3% in Aberdeenshire, posts will go and services cut in a budget dubbed a “catalogue of horrors”.
A north-east council is more than £500,000 over budget for its sports and culture services.
It’s one of the oldest rules in the book when it comes to personal finance: the concept of “paying oneself first”.
City council leaders have written to Finance Secretary Derek Mackay calling for Aberdeen to retain £28 million in business rates.
Scotland's Public Finance Minister today denied the north-east has been short-changed in a budget described as “disastrous” for residents.
Residents and community groups have been urged to have their say on financial planning at a local authority.
Finance bosses have urged the city council to stop spending “wherever possible” in a bid to tackle cost pressures.
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