Tech and telecom stocks were under pressure yesterday as the FTSE-100 Index continued to fall away from the important 6,000 barrier.
Major roadworks are to be suspended so Cambridge University students can
revise and take their exams in peace.
Despite the recent economic downturn, consumers will still use the Internet to purchase travel online.
The gateway to America opened from Stansted yesterday with the launch of a daily transatlantic service to New York.
Punters may soon be able to afford a share in The Generics Group at Harston, although news of the move to make it affordable put 20 on the price yesterday.
A small start-up company at Madingley is poised to play a major role in the forthcoming nationwide diabetic screening programme.
Resurgent tech and telecom stocks helped boost the London market today, after strong gains in the US last night.
Marketing and communications agency Network (Cambridge) Design Consultants Ltd has won a place in the winner's enclosure for its campaign to launch a revolutionary new seed treatment technology called 'Jockey'.
A company harnessing new technology to replace x-rays has been spun out of Cambridge Research Laboratory and backed by local venture capitalists with 3.
Shares in British Telecom sparked today after the group confirmed it was in talks about selling its interests in Japan to UK rival Vodafone.
Warman & Bannister has just been named as the UK's top performing PR agency over five years - for the second time.
Shares in BT dropped six per cent following the announcement that the
chairman, Sir Iain Vallance, is to be replaced.
Cambridge Building Society says it has dropped its mortgage rate to the lowest level in 38 years.
A multilingual public web site has been launched to help prevent Internet fraud globally.
House prices remain on course to increase 7 per cent this year despite the slight weakening in the economy, it emerged yesterday.
Blue-chip stocks got off to a strong start yesterday as the FTSE-100 surged closer towards the 6000 barrier.
Amino Communications, UK-based developer and vendor of network appliance technology, today announced the appointment of Grant Masom as its Chairman.
Shares in the Cambridge-based intelligent agent company Autonomy rose after better than expected first quarter results.