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Europe is the main market for Britain's manufacturers, according to latest trade figures.

09-05-2001

More than 3,600 companies went bust in England and Wales during the first three months of this year, a decrease of 0.

09-05-2001

Shopping trolleys designed to beat thieves go on show at the beginning of next month at Europe's biggest retail IT show, held at the NEC in Birmingham.

09-05-2001

Royston biotech firm, Adprotech is moving to Chesterford Research Park and doubling its lab space.

09-05-2001

Networking has always been at the heart of successful businesses and organisations.

09-05-2001

Research within 15 major European companies, in sectors from retail to automotive, has revealed that manufacturers taking a 'lean' approach - focusing clearly on customer needs - are more likely to thrive than those putting too much resource into the 'e-business' model relying on web technology.

09-05-2001

Subscriber growth rates for mobile services in the United States will decline sharply after 2004, according to new research.

09-05-2001

Soaring online ticket sales are helping boost revenues for low-cost airline easyJet.

09-05-2001

Anglia Railways has won the prestigious European Train Operator of the Year 2000 Award.

09-05-2001

A deal designed to improve the success rate of drug development has been struck between Astex Technology on Cambridge Science Park and the mighty AstraZeneca.

08-05-2001

WAXT info Limited, one of the UK's leading new generation information management companies, based in Cambridge, has announced the appointment of Dr.

08-05-2001

Allied Irish Bank is the latest financial institution to abandon Huntingdon Life Sciences.

08-05-2001

Save British Science today wrote to the leaders of the Political Parties to find out what they intend to say about science and technology in their Election Manifestos.

08-05-2001

On May 8th 2001, The Harten Group, an Interim Management provider in Comberton, Cambridge launched their new web based service, the first of its kind in the industry.

08-05-2001

Greenfield Ventures has been retained by Logitext Limited to source a Chairman and a Non Executive CFO to lead a ground-breaking communications utility project in the UK and facilitate its subsequent expansion into Europe.

06-05-2001

Antenova, the company with the clever antenna for mobile phones, has won 3.

04-05-2001

A get-together is being arranged in Cambridge for biotech companies and their estranged investors.

04-05-2001

Things are looking gloomy for Bright Station, the internet technology group that employs 60 people in Cambridge.

04-05-2001

British e-tailers are the most confident in Europe, says a new survey.

04-05-2001

Ministers are under pressure to clarify the rules which landed Cambridge drugs firm Napp with a 3.

04-05-2001

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