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It seems that telecom companies are about as popular as a rattlesnake in a lucky dip at the moment.
Yesterday's key decision on interest rates dampened activity on the London Stock Exchange, as traders and investors waited to hear whether rates would be cut as expected.
A Cambridgeshire company that provides information to vets across the world is hoping to boost its sales by half after a takeover by an international firm.
Professor Stephen Hawking is due to deliver a rare public lecture in Cambridge today to help raise funds for a tiny primary school.
Geneva Technology was presented last night with the prize for the Best All-round Product at the Telestrategies OSS 2001 conference in New Orleans.
Geneva Technology, a leading provider of convergent billing solutions to the telecommunications, e-commerce, utilities and on-line marketplaces, today announced that Arsenal Digital Solutions has implemented the Geneva billing system just three months after contract signing.
High Street banking giants Barclays has been blasted for giving in to terrorism after abandoning an under-threat research company.
News that France Telecom is slashing the price of next week's flotation of Orange, coupled with a warning on revenues from US giant Cisco Systems, conspired to send the London Stock Exchange sharply downwards yesterday (Wednesday).