Cambridge, April 19, 2001.
Ken Livingston, the mayor of London, is calling on the UK government to speed the introduction of broadband so the capital retains its status as 'a world leader in e-business'.
A severe profits warning from the world's largest networking equipment company saw hi-tech stocks in the UK plummet yesterday (Tuesday).
Cambridge Consultants has won a 1 million order to supply a series of missile-scoring radar systems to an Italian aircraft manufacturer.
A new housing company has been set up to provide accommodation for Silicon Fen's influx of workers.
Financial services companies are failing to meet the basic online needs of their customers, according to new research.
Your company could benefit by offering valuable work experience to an undergraduate student this summer.
Yahoo! is shedding more jobs after reporting a drop in year-on-year revenues and a loss of one cent per share in the first quarter of 2001.
Marconi, the communications company, has announced it will cut 3000 jobs, 1500 in the UK, over the next three years.
Greenfield Ventures is actively seeking European start ups that have developed or are developing Linux technologies and applications.
The Economist magazine is now wading in to criticise Cambridge for failing to make life easy for the region's booming economy.
An appetite suppressant that kept the wolf from the door for African tribesmen during hunting expeditions, could be a life-saver for the world's fatties.
Hot shot Cambridge venture capital outfits, Prelude, CRIL and Avlar have put a further 950,000 into one-year-old De Novo Pharmaceuticals.
A leading animal sanctuary which has been losing 55,000 Euros a month because of the foot and mouth crisis, is to re-open this Easter.
The American online grocery market could be worth USD 27 billion by 2005, according to a new report by Datamonitor.
Cambridge microchip designer ARM yesterday (Wednesday) said it had seen a strong quarter, and was confident about the outlook for the next six months.
Marconi in Cambridge is having to wait to see if the global jobs purge will hit home.
New biotech company, Diversys, has clinched a 12 million deal with Australian biotech firm, Peptech.