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Netcall invests in, develops and manages advanced internet-based technologies that enhance the value of communication.
A new, highly personalised Web site http://www.
Mobile phone group Orange failed to stir the London market yesterday (Tuesday) with the long-awaited announcement of its opening share price.
Business lawyers Eversheds are throwing an electronic lifeline to human resources departments drowning in the flood of new legislation.
GSM operator Connect Austria, which trades under the brand name ONE, has chosen Geneva to support the rollout of its GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) offerings.
Advice Store is pleased to announce the appointment of Greenfield Ventures, the specialist technology headhunting company to source two high level board members to aid in the ongoing development of its business.
The National Registry for all domain names ending uk, Nominet UK, has opened a two-month public consultation as part of its review of procedures for dealing with domain name disputes.
The mosquito's deadly bite may soon be consigned to history following a breakthrough by Cambridge-based Acambis, the biotech company formerly known as Peptide.
Drugs firm CeNeS Pharmaceuticals has signed a money-making deal with one of Canada's largest biotech companies.
Schlumberger, the Franco-American group has tabled a 3.
A new dot com set up by two Cambridge brothers has attracted the attentions of TV bosses.
A benchmark study, published recently by Arthur Andersen and GrowthPlus, has found that the United Kingdom is doing more than most of its European neighbours to stimulate entrepreneurial activity, and even tops the United States.
Computer services group Sema provided the spark for the market yesterday (Monday), jumping 13 per cent on confirmation it was in 3.
Companies of all types and sizes in the Cambridge area could net themselves some new business by logging on to a new web service to be launched on Monday 12th February.