World-famous soup-maker Campbell is moving its commercial offices to Cambourne, bringing 250 jobs to the area.
Weston Medical announced year-end results showing a loss of 10.
The UK's second biggest cable company, Telewest, has reported losses of nearly GBP 2 billion in 2001.
More than three million extra people took up surfing the web in the UK in January.
Global spending on information and communication technology grew less than four per cent last year from USD 2.
Software Workers is pleased to announce that the company has secured its seed funding from a private investor.
Generics Group at Harston lost 12.
It's official - money's stickier than sex on the internet.
UK software firm Autonomy is moving into the 3G market after signing a deal with Hutchison.
Revenues from wireless e-business increased almost 50 per cent last year to USD 110 billion, research reveals.
All participants in the Cambridge Network 'Voice of high-tech' online opinion poll, which ran in January/February 2002, believed that their organisations' outlook for 2002 would be better or the same as it was in 2001.
Tiny ex-jockey Ray Still fitted the bill perfectly when producers of the next Harry Potter blockbuster were looking for a stand-in for child star Daniel Radcliffe.
Administrators called in to rescue ailing Cambridge firm Simoco Digital are optimistic a buyer will be found, but say jobs could go.
Cambridgeshire is lagging behind the rest of the UK when it comes to adopting broadband access to the internet.
Cambridgeshire County Council has awarded an 840,000 contract to a Birmingham recruitment consultancy.
Scientists are inventing 'smart machines' that can read people's minds - or at least the expressions on their faces.
Two thousand pounds is available to help women working and studying in Cambridge.
Banking firm HBOS slid 3 per cent on the market yesterday (Weds)after announcing plans to raise 1.
IBM has entered a massive USD 4 billion technology partnership with credit card giant American Express.