Sixty-six people have been made redundant after a haulage company went into administration.
Almost 230 people have lost their jobs after administrators were appointed at department store chain Watt Brothers.
Retailers have endured their worst September month in more than 20 years amid the political “gridlock” surrounding Brexit, according to an index.
Greeting cards chain Clintons is being put up for sale by its owners, with accountancy giant KPMG drafted in to find potential buyers.
The warm late summer weather helped food sales in the UK grow, but these were offset by a fall in non-food sales as shoppers continue to wait and see how Brexit plays out, new data has revealed.
More than 50 jobs have been saved after Aberdeen-headquartered Aiken Group was bought out of administration in a pre-pack deal.
A north-east oil service firm has folded before its latest incarnation could get up and running.
Carluccio’s has been given approval for a restructuring programme that could see it close dozens of restaurants, putting 500 jobs in doubt.
Fears that the North-east economy will suffer a huge blow due to a major rail development have been disputed by a UK Government minister.
A footwear shop in Aberdeen is among a raft of closures after part of the chain was bought out of administration.