Time Lifestyle Management, the pioneers of concierge services to Cambridge, have now been operating their exclusive bespoke lifestyle management packages since June of this year, and are doing very nicely thank you.
Business oriented technology services are the key to Centre of Excellence award
Cambridge based Anglia Business Computers has been awarded the prestigious Centre of Excellence award by Hewlett Packard, one of the world's largest technology providers.
Internet bank Intelligent Finance has completed its first year in business and says it's on target to break even by the end of 2003 with GBP 750 million of new business coming in every month.
The introduction of grid computing will change the way people do business together - and transform the internet into a massive computing platform.
Manet Telecom in Cambridge has changed its name to Redstone, with Manet founder, Maureen Donnelly moving to Redstone headquarters in north London as commercial director of the group.
East Anglians are making the most of life before they hit 40.
Where would Cambridge travellers most like to fly to? Please take a moment to fill in the online questionnaire in our December Voice of high-tech survey
Marshall Aerospace has made an application to South Cambridgeshire District Council for outline planning permission to build a new passenger terminal.
Invisible Guest is a multi-media ghost story set in Cambridge. A little fun intended to cheer when the days are at their shortest. It will be serialised during December 2001.
This week's lead Headhunter vacancy is for arguably the biggest IT job in the Cambridge region.
The needle and pill could become museum pieces before long with the arrival of TouchSpray, a new way of inhaling drugs.
ARM Holdings, Cambridge's FTSE 100 company, has gone into the top 10 of Britain's most admired companies.
could this be the last word on Vocalis? The speech recognition company at Shelford is due to run out of cash in less than a month and is asking shareholders to stump up one last time.
An EU directive, which will compel businesses to dispose of old electronic goods on behalf of consumers, has come under attack from Cambridgeshire members of the Institute of Directors.
Cambridge Display Technology, a world leader in light emitting polymers used in electronic displays, has signed a license agreement with Japanese giant Sumitomo Chemical Company.
Magnetic tagging company in Cambridge, HoloTag, has gone into voluntary liquidation after three years in business.
County council bosses in Cambridgeshire fear they will be left to foot a 1 million bill for disposing of old fridges when new legislation comes into force in January.
Shoppers in Europe are expected to spend more than GBP 2.
The telecom industry may be having a tough time at the moment but one sector is bucking the trend and maintaining its momentum.