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Leading technology marketing and PR agency, Rooster, is today sending clients and contacts a Christmas card with a difference.
'Brain Queen', celebrity scientist and television personality Prof Susan Greenfield will officially open CeNeS's new research laboratories on January 19.
The London Stock Exchange tumbled downwards in early business yesterday (Wednesday) as traders awoke to a gloomy set of figures from abroad.
Jeremy Hartley, founder of Dataracks, is changing his role to chairman, with Michael Cook taking over as managing director.
Anglian Water is threatening to take industry watchdog OFWAT to the Competition Commission after its proposed increases in water bills were blocked.
Cambridge United's ambitious plans to rebuild its Abbey Road Stadium have been given a cash boost - almost half the Euro 4.
Scientists in Cambridge have been awarded a major grant for research into cancer.
The London Stock Market opened on the back foot yesterday (Tuesday) as techs and telecoms exerted a downwards influence.
More women have ambitions to become entrepreneurs -- and Cambridge is leading the way.
The Institute of Directors is calling for a much more business-friendly legal system in the UK.