BT says it's signing up 12,000 new broadband subscribers a week.
Tourism in the UK is getting a government boost with help from other online success stories.
The University honoured one of its most famous physicists yesterday (Wednesday), by giving his name to an avenue at the new science and technology campus on West Cambridge.
Low-cost airline easyJet's takeover of rival Go was cleared for take off yesterday (Wednesday) by a UK regulator.
House prices will continue to rise during 2003 but at a more modest rate, according to the National Association of Estate Agents' latest economic report.
New proposals to cut red tape and save small business 170 million a year are included in the Government White Paper 'Modernising Company Law'.
New research reveals cable phone services are starting to pay off for operators.
State-of-the-art antenna developer, Antenova, claimed the title of Best Newcomer at this year's Electronics Industry Design Awards.
While the crme de la crme of graduates those from Cambridge can expect a starting salary of 40,000 if they choose the right job, the average is less than half this for beginners.
Super sleuth software company, i2 in Cambridge has won a fifth international award for its contribution to the investigative community.
The UK government says it's pumping millions of pounds into science and enterprise in a bid to raise productivity.
Investors' hopes that shares would recover yesterday (Tuesday) were short-lived.
Accountants KPMG have blamed a downturn in the market for almost 800 job losses in its UK offices.
Samba came to Papworth last weekend thanks to a successful workshop for disabled people.
BT chiefs say the company is riding the storm that's sent share prices plummeting on the stock exchange.
Making the transition from conventional 'sales' to an account management approach is the subject of a new one-day module in the Marketing for High Technology Programme, run by Cambridge Marketing College.
Software group Orchestream yesterday (Monday) said it would axe more than a third of its workforce as it revealed it had overstated last year's revenues.
The FTSE took another hammering yesterday (Monday), plunging 5.