The London Stock Exchange was nudging into positive territory yesterday (Monday) as it shrugged off losses in the US on Friday.
A new generation of innovators and leaders on both sides of the Atlantic is the promised outcome of 'unprecedented' collaboration between the University of Cambridge and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), of Cambridge, USA.
Last week saw a British company make a profit of almost 10 billion in a single year.
Survival pressures drive trend towards earlier stage investing
Corporate Venturing - the means by which large corporations invest in
fledgling companies, particularly in the technology and new media arenas - is hotting up in Europe.
Ion channels are a $15b business and are the focus of drug discovery activity amongst many pharmaceutical companies.
Autonomy, the Cambridge software firm that has seen its share price slashed by 35 per cent over the past few weeks, went on the offensive yesterday (Thursday), saying it had recorded a strong set of full-year figures.
Company bosses in Cambridgeshire have issued a plea to Chancellor Gordon Brown ahead of next month's budget -- no new taxes.
Telecom stocks staged a recovery yesterday (Thursday), taking their lead from an upbeat performance on the US Nasdaq overnight.
City-based construction company Sindall has contributed to another strong set of full year results by parent company Morgan Sindall.
The Government has announced a 30 million drive to spread the success of Silicon Fen across the UK.
The FTSE-100 was in the doldrums yesterday (Wednesday) as sharp falls in telecoms and tech stocks pulled down the market.