Embattled investors breathed a sigh of relief yesterday (Monday) as London markets started the week in positive fashion.
British retail is in a ''sorry state'' with many stores struggling to keep up with the growing demands of consumers, according to a report just published.
Huntingdon Life Sciences increased sales by 9 per cent last year to 63.
Fears that internet service provider, PSINet, may be on the brink of collapse, were unallayed this weekend.
London shares sparked ahead in early trading on Friday -- staging a comeback from previous massive losses as tech and telecoms stocks shot ahead.
The University of Cambridge Entrepreneurship Centre officially opened on Friday evening, making a dream come true for one of the city's most illustrious entrepreneurs, Dr Hermann Hauser.
Industrial rents in Cambridge have reached 8.
A new drug discovery company has opened offices at Babraham.
The venture capital trust market has slowed down considerably in the first quarter of this year, according to independent performance analysts, Allenbridge.
Speech recognition company, Vocalis has joined the 'Ninety per cent Club', the term for quoted companies whose shares are currently worth less than a tenth of their peak value.
The FTSE-100 Index plunged through the 5400 barrier yesterday (Thursday), plagued by negative sentiment surrounding the state of the US economy.
A cull of 100 healthy sheep began on a farm in Cambridgeshire this morning.
The Cambridge Entrepreneurship Centre last night scooped the Cambridge Evening News Business Training award for 2001.
Businesses are unaware and ill-informed of the financial risks posed by new technology and need to remedy this.
A 12,000-year-old Irish Elk fossil is to make a welcome return to a Cambridge University museum after vital restoration work.
The latest stage in the development of a part-time Master of Studies Degree in Community Enterprise was completed this month, says the Judge Institute of Management.
Hewlett Packard has provided funding to the Judge Institute for industrially sponsored research into E-Learning.
Test tube baby pioneer Dr Robert Edwards is to be awarded an honorary degree from Cambridge University.