Technology and sciences experts across East Anglia are being called on to help in the launch of a new 50,000 business information website.
It looks like mobile phone makers are in for a bumpy ride with sales expected to rise just three per cent to 412 million this year.
A row has blown up over passengers left stranded at Stansted Airport in Essex.
Recently floated Generics Group insist the future is bright despite recording a 4.
The parent company of Cambridge-based radio station STAR 107.
Britain's workers not only get the least statutory annual leave in Europe but also the lowest number of Bank Holidays, according to a report issued by the TUC.
Internet users' surfing habits change dramatically after upgrading to high-speed broadband access.
Pay cuts have failed to fend off job losses at hi-tech firm Agilent.
Traffic on the internet has recently been growing faster than ever before, according to research from Caspian Networks.
Idaya Ltd develops innovative software solutions for the ISP, ASP and web hosting marketplaces.
IT companies are finding all sorts of ways to save money in the current economic slowdown - sending employees on sabbatical for a year is one option.
It's not all bad news in the ailing computer industry, despite slumping PC sales.
More than 33 million Britons - half the population - surfed the net in just three months.
The number of new businesses started in East Anglia during the second quarter of 2001 is 32 per cent down on the same period last year - 16 per cent worse than the national average.
Workers across the region are being asked to take a coffee break in the interests of science - and take part in a survey.
Blue-chip stocks edged higher in London yesterday (Thurs) as a strong finish in the U.
Although the US has just cut interest rates for the seventh time this year, an increasing number of voices say the measures are not working and the country's domestic economy is still set for recession.
Cambridge specialist technical and executive recruitment consultancy MD Selection is leading the way in technology with the hosting of its webcast through Monster.
Fujitsu's massive restructuring plans will affect more than 21,000 workers - 4,000 more than expected.