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BT says it's signing up 12,000 new broadband subscribers a week.

18-07-2002

Tourism in the UK is getting a government boost with help from other online success stories.

18-07-2002

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.

18-07-2002

Low-cost airline easyJet's takeover of rival Go was cleared for take off yesterday (Wednesday) by a UK regulator.

18-07-2002

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.

18-07-2002

New proposals to cut red tape and save small business 170 million a year are included in the Government White Paper 'Modernising Company Law'.

18-07-2002

New research reveals cable phone services are starting to pay off for operators.

18-07-2002

State-of-the-art antenna developer, Antenova, claimed the title of Best Newcomer at this year's Electronics Industry Design Awards.

17-07-2002

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.

17-07-2002

Super sleuth software company, i2 in Cambridge has won a fifth international award for its contribution to the investigative community.

17-07-2002

The UK government says it's pumping millions of pounds into science and enterprise in a bid to raise productivity.

17-07-2002

Investors' hopes that shares would recover yesterday (Tuesday) were short-lived.

17-07-2002

Accountants KPMG have blamed a downturn in the market for almost 800 job losses in its UK offices.

17-07-2002

Samba came to Papworth last weekend thanks to a successful workshop for disabled people.

17-07-2002

BT chiefs say the company is riding the storm that's sent share prices plummeting on the stock exchange.

17-07-2002

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.

16-07-2002

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.

16-07-2002

The FTSE took another hammering yesterday (Monday), plunging 5.

16-07-2002

Gordon Brown says the UK economy remains on track after pledging to increase public spending from 240 billion this year to more than 300 billion by 2006.

16-07-2002

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