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The University of Cambridge will be celebrating the official opening of the Cambridge Entrepreneurship Centre this Friday (23rd March) at 6pm.

18-03-2001

European Telecom, the mobile phone distributor, yesterday (Thursday) announced it is to make a ''significant'' number of redundancies.

16-03-2001

Beleaguered minister Keith Vaz was in Cambridge yesterday afternoon (Thursday) to promote the benefits of EU membership to the Eastern region.

16-03-2001

The FTSE-100 Index was hovering around its opening price yesterday (Thursday) as new economy stocks staged a slight recovery following heavy falls on Wednesday.

16-03-2001

The UK'S biggest biotechnology firm Celltech showed it was in good health as it posted full-year profits at the top end of City expectations.

16-03-2001

Gemini Genomics, the biotech company famed for its genes research using twins, has been granted a US patent for its new method of diagnosing high blood pressure.
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<br/>Gemini is looking for commercial partners to develop and market a diagnostic kit.

16-03-2001

The whole of Cambridge is likely to be affected by the world downturn in the telecoms sector, according to industry guru David Cleevely.

16-03-2001

Geneva Technology and Compaq Computer Corporation (NYSE: CPQ) have announced a global alliance to cooperate on carrier-grade billing solutions for the convergent billing market.

15-03-2001

Telecommunications group Cable & Wireless continued to weigh heavily on the FTSE-100 Index yesterday (Wednesday), losing a further 8 per cent as investors digested an earlier warning that earnings would fall short of expectations.

15-03-2001

Banks Cargill Agriculture has been given the go-ahead for their proposed merger of the UK agricultural operations of Cargill and Banks Agriculture.

15-03-2001

News from America that management consultancy Arthur D Little is to cut staff numbers by six per cent in a bid to save money has turned the spotlight on Cambridge Consultants.

15-03-2001

An American software business has led a property uptake surge in Hertfordshire.

15-03-2001

Milton Keynes is becoming the new office capital of Buckinghamshire with the arrival of a new Regus business centre, bringing the prospect of an influx of new businesses and employment opportunities to the area.

15-03-2001

High hopes and loads of motivation for your start-up, but not much cash? In the third in the series of four seminars for the hi-tech and bio-tech sectors, Arthur Andersen will guide entrepreneurs starting out and looking for funds through the complete life cycle of their business, from early plannin

15-03-2001

Love is in the air -- the latest Cambridge company predicted to be worth 1 billion, is a dating service.

14-03-2001

Cambridge Consultants has won a 1 million contract to help Belgian start-up Thermocore Medical Systems develop a new device to fight heart disease.

14-03-2001

Cambridge Antibody Technology has retained the top slot, ahead of Oxford GlycoSciences, in the PricewaterhouseCoopers bioscience index and share league for the first two months of 2001.

14-03-2001

Friday is the deadline to enter a new contest worth 1 million.

14-03-2001

Amanda Staveley, Cambridge's multi-millionaire entrepreneur and venture capitalist, is a strong contender for Ernst & Young's latest Entrepreneur of the Year awards.

14-03-2001

ARM Holdings has launched a design competition in a bid to further promote its chips.

14-03-2001

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