Industry regulators have been blasted for failing to get high-speed internet into people's homes.
Greenfield Ventures announced today that they have formed a joint venture with IIB Recruitment, Ventures4 Ltd, to supply high level part time and full time financial director candidates and business advice to the boards of start ups, early stage and medium sized companies.
Newnham College celebrated the topping out of its new library building yesterday (Weds).
Sixteen Mid-Anglia firms have won Smart Awards from the DTI in the latest round, with each getting funding to develop their ideas and inventions.
Staff at the Cambridge-based British Antarctic Survey celebrated a revamp of their city HQ in style - while colleagues raised a glass in the frozen wastes of Antarctica.
Philips Business Communications has won a 1 million contract to equip the Dudley Group of Hospitals NHS Trust in the West Midlands with a new communications platform.
<br/>The contract, part of a private finance initiative scheme, will take two years to complete and involve extensive cable laying.
Trading in WorldCom shares has been suspended on the Nasdaq stock exchange amid fears over the company's future.
Legislation to restrict 'fat cat' pay awards has been announced by the UK government.
New technology gives people a 'virtual window to each other' so they can talk together face-to-face as though they are in the same room.
BT has unveiled its 'virtual museum' dedicated to the telecom business.
Local software team Redblocks has launched the first of a series of online surveys for the Cambridge Network using this website as their medium.
Andrew Howe, chief executive of technology incubator Sentec in Hills Road, is stepping down.
Cambridge University is to take much more out of its spin-out companies and to set up an endowment fund to pay its professors higher salaries.
Cambridge companies feature strongly in an American list of Europe's top emerging private tech firms.
Cambridge Positioning Systems has joined a global 'thinktank' on the future of the wireless industry in the Asia Pacific region.
American biotech company Gilead officially opens its offices and laboratories at Granta Park on Saturday.
Computer giant HP is pumping more than a billion dollars into revolutionising the printer market, company bosses said yesterday (Tuesday).
Scientists say they've come up with a way that could shave hundreds of thousands of pounds off the cost of making designer chips.
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