Cambridge-based Menagerie have enjoyed major acclaim in London for a performance which owes its existence to the Hotbed festival co-produced by The Junction, Cambridge's contemporary arts and entertainment venue.
Newmarket Racecourses is the venue for a fantastic summer of entertainment.
Surrey Police Authority are giving Creative Solutions a good run for their money.
Budget airline easyJet enjoyed good business in May, with passenger numbers rising to more than 1.
Stephen Timms MP, Minister for Social Responsibility, will be making the keynote address at the Corporates & Communities Conference in September 2003.
If you are lucky enough to receive a term sheet from a venture capital fund, you might find it difficult to resist signing to get the money in the bank as quickly as possible. John Dix of Hewitson Becke + Shaw offers advice on term sheets in the latest edition of .
The Board of the Generics Group has announced that it is in preliminary discussions 'which may or may not lead to an offer being made for Generics.
Precious metals refining, chemicals and catalysts company, Johnson Matthey, which has a major operation at Royston, reports pre-tax profits up 3% to 192.
More than 200 jobs are to go at Millennium Pharmaceuticals based at Granta Park.
High street pharmacist Boots is making 500 job cuts at its Nottingham headquarters as the company tries to find 100 million of cost savings.
The cost of borrowing remained on hold yesterday (Thurs) following a low-key final interest rate meeting for Sir Edward George, the Bank of England Governor.
Are you a scientist, academic or artist at the top of your sector, but looking for the time to fulfil a new idea or project away from the demands of your professional life? If so a new Dream Time award from NESTA (the National Endowment for Science, Technology & the Arts), the organisation that inve
Struggling telecoms group Cable & Wireless announced 1,500 job losses yesterday (Weds) as it revealed plans to restructure its UK operations and pull out of the US in the battle to rekindle its fortunes.
Supermarket giant Tesco and mobile phone group mmO2 have unveiled a joint venture to sell mobile phones to shoppers.
Diabetes research at Cambridge has received a boost with 140,000 of funding over the next three years from Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).
SANYO and the University of Cambridge have launched a research project that will investigate world-class capability in global human resource management.
Research into developing the most important semiconductor since silicon is going to benefit from a 1.
Budget airline Ryanair has announced soaring profits for the year ending March 2003.