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Women entrepreneurs are now responsible for a third of all business start-ups, an increase of more than 22 per cent during the past four years.
Companies in Cambridge and East Anglia are defying the global trading gloom to pledge a strong new wave of jobs and investment in the first half of this year.
Techs and telecoms stocks dominated the Footsie risers' board yesterday (Wednesday) as the London Stock Exchange got off to a confident start.
Intersaver, a Cambridge-based online electrical goods retailer, is the latest dot com firm to go into receivership.
Leading European veterinary product supplier Virbac has appointed Warman & Bannister to give its competitors a flea in the ear with an innovative marketing campaign.
Shares in high street giant Marks & Spencer emerged unscathed yesterday (Tuesday), despite a 5.
Rising star Fleetstar, one of Trafficmaster's key brands, prepares for its pan-European launch with the help of Ware Anthony Rust.
Cambridge student entrepreneurs have the chance to win 1 million in the richest business plan competition in the UK.
Cambridge techno consultancy Sentec has sold part of its holding in optical spin-off Polatis for 4.
Celltech has teamed up with healthcare giant, Johnson & Johnson to develop a new cancer treatment.
UK games developer Creature Labs, best known for their innovative Creatures range of PC games, has announced the appointment of Ian Konrath as their new Chief Financial Officer, further strengthening their executive management team.