The University of Cambridge will be celebrating the official opening of the Cambridge Entrepreneurship Centre this Friday (23rd March) at 6pm.
European Telecom, the mobile phone distributor, yesterday (Thursday) announced it is to make a ''significant'' number of redundancies.
Beleaguered minister Keith Vaz was in Cambridge yesterday afternoon (Thursday) to promote the benefits of EU membership to the Eastern region.
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.
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.
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.
<br/>Gemini is looking for commercial partners to develop and market a diagnostic kit.
The whole of Cambridge is likely to be affected by the world downturn in the telecoms sector, according to industry guru David Cleevely.
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.
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.
Banks Cargill Agriculture has been given the go-ahead for their proposed merger of the UK agricultural operations of Cargill and Banks Agriculture.
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.
An American software business has led a property uptake surge in Hertfordshire.
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.
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
Love is in the air -- the latest Cambridge company predicted to be worth 1 billion, is a dating service.
Cambridge Consultants has won a 1 million contract to help Belgian start-up Thermocore Medical Systems develop a new device to fight heart disease.
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.
Friday is the deadline to enter a new contest worth 1 million.
Amanda Staveley, Cambridge's multi-millionaire entrepreneur and venture capitalist, is a strong contender for Ernst & Young's latest Entrepreneur of the Year awards.