One of the original Cambridge Phenomenon companies, Powertron, has been sold in a 1.
Barclays is putting 200 million into a new venture capital programme for the firms it would not normally touch.
London shares made another nervy start yesterday (Weds) as the FTSE 100 Index fell back as trading opened.
Cambridge, UK and Sophia Antipolis, France.
The Meadows Children and Family Wing, a support group with a successful track record working with children and families in the Cambridge community, is on the lookout for new committee members.
You need to be a millionaire to have made it as an academic these days.
Yuno is a new 'venture technology' company on the look-out for enticing start-ups in the analytical and measurement business.
Work has begun on the new TWI engineering building at Granta Park, Great Abington.
With the world's telecoms companies laying off thousands of people, their share prices dipping to penny status, and overcapacity in mobile phone production approaching mountain range proportions, a company that is at the very core of the sector is doing rather well.
Businesses are being warned they will be in the firing line when the war against terrorism breaks out.
Hi-tech giant Lucent is reported to be shedding 500 jobs in the UK following a consultation period with staff.
Kids' safety online is being built into Compaq's latest computers.
The fall in the Cambridge Evening News Mid-Anglia Index to 1073.
Anglian Water says it has precautions in place to ensure any terrorist attempts to tamper with supplies can be detected.
Hong Kong is recovering after hundreds of thousands of computers were hit by a double whammy as the Nimda virus and two damaged trans-Pacific cables disrupted internet connections.
An explosion in demand for data services will see bandwidth in Africa rise tenfold over the next five years.
Surgeons have carried out a successful operation on a patient thousands of miles away in what's being hailed as a medical 'world first'.
MBS, the Bishop's Stortford-based marketing solutions agency, has been re-appointed by GDA (Hotpoint/Creda/Cannon) to manage the High Fliers Champions League promotion.