Small firms in and around Cambridge can send their staff on free Pitman IT training courses funded by the European Social Fund.
Qualitair, the company at Six Mile Bottom that sends contract aircraft maintenance engineers around the world, is being hit by the sudden downturn in air travel following events in the US last month.
E-sacking is the latest thing in the world of virtuality.
A 'cyberscammer' allegedly used more than 5,500 copycat web addresses to divert surfers from their intended internet destinations to one of his sites, and held them captive while he pelted their screens with a barrage of ads.
Public enemy number one Osama bin Laden has made it into computer games as a shoot 'em up hate figure.
More than 60 per cent of retailers said sales were up in September compared with a year ago.
Virata, the company that found its winning product by chance, has been bought by a U.
Publicly quoted companies may be feeling the pinch when it comes to raising new funds, but there is no shortage of enthusiasm for firms yet to list.
Biological molecules are to have standards, and Cambridge Consultants is to set them.
Internet and new economy analyst group Jupiter Media Metrix is laying off almost a third of its workforce.
london shares failed to be buoyed by the US's interest rate cut and lost all their early gains to slip lower in trading yesterday (Weds).
Swissair was forced to ground its entire fleet on Tuesday afternoon after last-ditch rescue talks failed, putting thousands of jobs at risk.
The University of Cambridge has developed a unique and innovative learning programme to respond to the needs of professionals working in the pharmaceutical industry.
Undaunted by the current market, medical marketing company MMI has announced a whole raft of new ventures, including a 20 million venture fund and a new company.
The very word 'telecoms' is apt to strike a chill note in any portfolio at the moment, yet there are always those still in the sunshine and still making hay.
Marshall Aerospace of Cambridge is shedding 250 jobs after British Airways ordered a suspension of work on refitting its fleet of Boeing 747s.
September saw the highest monthly increase in house prices since June 1993, according to Nationwide.
The DNA sequencing firm described by Sir Alec Broers, Cambridge University vice-chancellor, as 'brilliant', has raised another 12 million.
No longer 'small', the Cambridge Business Group has just launched this year's awards, which include a new category 'Tomorrow's Entrepreneurs'.