HMV in Aberdeen's Trinity Centre is closing - but could relocate elsewhere.
Scots have been urged to stay home for Hogmanay as the number of new daily coronavirus cases surged above 1,000 for the first time in two weeks.
Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia retail empire has fallen into administration with 13,000 jobs at risk, administrators have confirmed.
A dog food brand has recalled some of their products due to the possible presence of salmonella.
A huge sports retailer has announced plans to open a store in Aberdeen.
The Scottish Grocers Federation has strongly criticised today’s announcement by the first minister that wearing face masks in shops is to become mandatory.
Businesses across Aberdeen city centre are gearing up to open their doors on Monday.
An Aberdeen furniture store will reopen tomorrow.
An Aberdeen jeweller is planning to reopen their store in the city centre.
A popular Aberdeen ice cream parlour will reopen next month.
A north-east farm shop has closed its doors until further notice.
Small businesses can now set up an online store for free on Facebook and Instagram, the social network has announced.
The makers of Buckfast tonic wine have issued a warning to customers after it discovered retailers selling bottles considered "no longer fit for purpose".
One in five shops on Aberdeen's Union Street are currently empty.
Retailers across the north-east are being targeted by fraudsters trying to cash in fake vouchers, The Evening Express can reveal today.
A project which saw hundreds of school pupils design and build models of their ideal shop for Union Street has won a national award.
The owners of an Aberdeen shop say the "huge detrimental effect" of Brexit is linked to their decision to close after 27 years.
The closure of two city shops shows Aberdeen is not immune to the decline of the high street, a business body boss has said.
A project that saw hundreds of children draw up shopfront designs for Union Street has been shortlisted for a national award.
An operation to deter shoplifters in part of Aberdeen has been hailed a success.
Figures have been announced showing that Aberdeen’s high street has lost 16 stores over the course of one year.
A bid to give a North-east town an economic boost and calm the "churn" of business premises has been given backing.
Nursing mums have welcomed a new scheme which will help them breastfeed in public with confidence.
Plans have been unveiled to create a new nursery and food shop in an Aberdeen suburb.
Three businesses have been fined after selling cigarettes to an under age council “spy”.
Revised plans for a new hotel, retail and housing complex in Aberdeen will go on display today.
NEW jobs are to be created after proposals to develop five new shopping units in a North-east town were approved.