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EDF Energy is to close a coal-fired power station because of “challenging market conditions” and the drive to decarbonise electricity generation.
Around 15 million households will see their energy prices rise after regulator Ofgem hiked price caps designed to protect those on poor value deals.
Companies supporting the oil and gas sector have seen their turnover decline for the third year in a row, a new report revealed.
The UK Government has been told it needs to step up “urgently” to protect the future of Scotland’s oil and gas industry.
A significant new gas discovery has been made in the North Sea.
Unemployment in Scotland has fallen below 100,000 for the first time, new figures have revealed.
Confidence in the outlook for the UK oil and gas sector has increased almost fourfold in two years, an industry survey found.
The Scottish Government has been included in a list of the 100 most LGBT inclusive employers in the UK.
Staff at a manufacturing plant in Livingston were allowed to carry on working despite bosses knowing they would not be paid.
Business leaders from across the farming and food and drink industry in Scotland have called on politicians to avoid a “no deal” Brexit.
About 200 left-wing activists have staged a “yellow vest” protest in Belfast city centre.
The boss of a clinical waste firm has insisted he is “still fighting” for workers – despite staff having to turn to foodbanks after not being paid when the firm ceased trading.
The impact Brexit could have on Scotland’s construction sector is to be probed by a Holyrood committee.
Councils should be permitted to use a £50 million fund set up to help Scotland’s struggling high streets to cut business rates, according to retailers.
More than £17,000 has been raised for workers at a computer components plant who were laid off on Christmas Eve.
The high street may already be awash with deals put up by desperately competitive retailers but that is unlikely to put consumers off the traditional Boxing Day sales.
Uber is set to find out whether its appeal against a landmark “gig economy” ruling that its drivers are “workers” has been successful.
Britain’s big four accountancy firms will have their stranglehold on the audit market challenged as part of a radical shake-up of the scandal-hit industry.
Security equipment manufacturer ATG Access has been put up for sale as demand for its bollards and road blockers increases amid the global terror threat, it can be revealed.
Half of British households could switch to faster broadband today, according to Ofcom, as the regulator announced proposed new rules that would make internet providers tell customers about their best deals.
Nicola Sturgeon says she is “disappointed” the Scottish Government only found out about the planned closure of a rail maintenance depot through media reports.
A housing group has secured a £76.5 million investment that will enable it to build hundreds of new affordable homes.
The prospect of working for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the Queen or the Princess Royal had thousands clicking online job adverts this year.
Labour would scrap trade union laws barring workers in the UK from taking industrial action in solidarity with their counterparts in other countries, the shadow chancellor has announced.
Primark owner Associated British Foods (ABF) has warned that trading at the budget retail chain in the run-up to Christmas has been “challenging”.
Calls for a moratorium on new salmon farms in Scotland’s waters have been rejected by MSPs.
Energy giant BP has used technology designed to maximise oil production offshore for the first time, as it began pumping oil from a new development west of Shetland.
Ministers are being urged to scrap the current school leaving age of 16 and instead bring in a requirement that young people stay in learning, in either the classroom or the workplace, until they are 18.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has said the “grotesque” and ongoing unfairness in pay at the BBC is offensive.