The Government has unveiled plans to enable high quality specialist higher education institutions in England to become universities.
The government is responding to shareholders' concerns over directors who leave companies that have performed poorly but still receive very large pay-offs.
'Malcolm Darvill, Head of Ergonomic Policy at the HSE, gave a very strong message to all employers', says Christine Croft, Occupational Health Physiotherapist of CBC Consultancy.
Cambridge-based Ware Anthony Rust (WAR) has built on the success of its highly successful brand advertising for Araldite adhesives by launching a new campaign to target engineers throughout Europe and the US.
Several University of Cambridge staff have recently been made Fellows of the Royal Society.
As part of its consultation with local people about the future development of Cambridge, the City Council launches its proposed Local Plan next week , at the Guildhall.
CacheLogic Ltd, an innovative startup focused on providing solutions to alleviate the infrastructure costs associated with Peer-to-Peer (P2P) file sharing on ISP (Internet Service Providers) and corporate networks, today announced the launch of the company and its first family of products for ISPs.
Logistics group Christian Salvesen said its restructuring was making 'real progress' despite warning that tough trading conditions would constrain profits this year.
British audio and speech technology company, NXT, announces the launch by 3M of a rear projection screen using SoundVu technology.
The first of a series of new START Centres to be built in the South of England is now open in Fareham, at Segensworth East, right by junction 9 of the M27.
Rapier Management Consultants, a long-established business and management consultancy based in Cambridge, UK, has signed an agreement for co-operation and the provision of pan-European consultancy services with a major business consultancy based in Madrid, Spain.
The brains behind successful local businesses are in demand as raw material for a new market research tool.
Online travel agent ebookers said that business remained on a positive trend despite feeling the effects of war and the Sars virus on the industry.
Pace, the set-top box company that took over the last remnants of Acorn Computers, is shedding 33 jobs at the Cambridge site in Newmarket Road and moving the remaining 12 staff to Cambourne.
Laurence Garrett, the director of 3i Cambridge, has won the BVCA 'Venture Capital Deal of the Year' Award for his investment in Adaytum.
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The EU is working on a directive covering software patenting.
The launch of the Norfolk network at Norwich's Forum on Thursday evening saw over 200 attendees listen, learn and network.
Troubled engineering firm Invensys sank deeper into the red yesterday (Thurs), seeing annual pre-tax losses balloon by 62%.
Cambridge Positioning Systems has had to make 50 people redundant, cutting the head count to 30.