Paul Boateng MP, financial secretary to the Treasury, will be in Cambridge on November 1 for the first Cambridge-MIT Institute summit.
Ely PR firm, Myriad, has won a national gold award from the communications industry for a groundbreaking youth campaign.
Online marketers DoubleClick saw third quarter profits fall by a third on last year.
Scientists say baboons may be capable of abstract thought after a pair of monkeys successfully completed computer-based intelligence tests.
Dutch Electronics maker Philips reported a loss of EUR 799 million for the third quarter, compared to a net income of EUR 2.
Convergys Corporation (NYSE: CVG), the global leader in integrated billing and customer care services, and Logica, the global solutions company, today announced a new contract with Aliatel, the Czech telecommunications operator, to implement Convergys' Geneva TM Active Revenue Management (ARM) softw
South Cambridgeshire District Council is this week expected to recommend that the new township planned for the area should be in the village of Oakington.
ITV Digital has received a slap on the wrist for an advert offering viewers the chance to 'only pay for the channels you actually want to watch'.
Troubled telecoms group Marconi said yesterday (Monday) that trading conditions remain ''tough'' as it reported second quarter figures in line with previous estimates.
A secret intelligence centre in Cambridgeshire has become the hub of the painstaking search for Osama bin Laden.
Chip designer ARM Holdings continued to defy the gloom in the tech sector yesterday (Monday), as it said demand for its products remained strong.
Shares in aero-engine maker Rolls-Royce slid 5 per cent yesterday (Monday) following speculation it would announce thousands of job cuts in the wake of the tougher environment seen since September 11.
Amino Communications today announced its new Amino Security Agent that protects all types of online digital assets and ensures the secure distribution of streaming content over broadband Internet Protocol networks.
Management and IT consulting giant Cap Gemini says the American recession could snowball into a 'crisis whose scale and length no-one dares predict'.
Tessella Support Services plc, the scientific software development specialists, have been named as one of the fastest growing companies in the UK software services sector.
Young people in Cambridge are being encouraged to consider a career in construction today (Monday) with a unique tour of one of the region's biggest building projects.
Antenova, the leading antenna developer, has appointed a board of wireless communications industry leaders to advise on technology and business strategy.
Now that Huntingdon Life Sciences has made arrangements to switch its headquarters to America, Britain's high street banks have come up with a way of providing the firm with a UK account.