Cambridge-based Anglia Business Computers is ahead of the pack when it comes to accreditations.
The next meeting of the Cambridge Network Human Resources Special Interest Group will take place over dinner on Monday, August 11.
Water shortages and noisy road works could be reduced by a new British radar detector developed in Cambridge that spots underground leaks.
Offshore windfarms to power one in six UK households as 75% public back more windpower
Offshore windfarms with the potential to power one in six UK households were given the green light for development by Trade Secretary Patricia Hewitt.
A groundbreaking new technology that will enable users of mobile phones and PDAs (personal digital assistants) to gain a truly interactive experience at visitor attraction sites around the world, will soon become a reality before the end of 2003, thanks to a worldwide distribution agreement between
Renewable energy sources have a lot of appeal.
Following the recent successful sale of his IT consultancy business, local businessman Nick Siragher is looking for partners and associates to help identify, develop and exploit new business ideas, broadly in the areas of business services and software tool development - although all other ideas wil
ARM Holdings in Cambridge is a winner in this year's regional heats for the National Business Awards.
Autonomy is paying 15m for American video software company Virage.
Cambridge computer games firm Nicely Crafted Entertainment has been shortlisted for the 'Best Online Development Studio' award.
Staff at Swift Technology, a computer services firm in Huntingdon are having a tough time convincing customers they have not gone bust.
by Geoffrey King
In past Headhunter columns I have concentrated on best practice recruitment.
It's a subject that's not often aired in Cambridge: redundancy. Geoffrey King asks 'What can you do when the going gets tough?' in the latest edition of
If you're doing business further afield than America and Northern Europe, remember to consider the negotiating style and business ethos of the country in question, advises Simon Portman of Hewitsons in the latest edition of .
What is the purpose and future of university collections? These issues were discussed by an international meeting of academics and museum staff at a conference held at Peterhouse, Cambridge this week.
The UK continues to perform strongly in inward investment, Ministers have confirmed.
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Improved mobile phone screens, a worldwide study into the use of film and a new way of removing a super-hard coating are research projects in the East of England getting a share of 5.
The number of passengers using some of the UK's biggest airports rose last month, indicating that air travel was recovering after the Iraq war and the Sars outbreak.