Europe is the main market for Britain's manufacturers, according to latest trade figures.
More than 3,600 companies went bust in England and Wales during the first three months of this year, a decrease of 0.
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.
Royston biotech firm, Adprotech is moving to Chesterford Research Park and doubling its lab space.
Networking has always been at the heart of successful businesses and organisations.
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.
Subscriber growth rates for mobile services in the United States will decline sharply after 2004, according to new research.
Soaring online ticket sales are helping boost revenues for low-cost airline easyJet.
Anglia Railways has won the prestigious European Train Operator of the Year 2000 Award.
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.
WAXT info Limited, one of the UK's leading new generation information management companies, based in Cambridge, has announced the appointment of Dr.
Allied Irish Bank is the latest financial institution to abandon Huntingdon Life Sciences.
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.
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.
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.
Antenova, the company with the clever antenna for mobile phones, has won 3.
A get-together is being arranged in Cambridge for biotech companies and their estranged investors.
Things are looking gloomy for Bright Station, the internet technology group that employs 60 people in Cambridge.
British e-tailers are the most confident in Europe, says a new survey.