Cable & Wireless has moved a step nearer to completing its USD 340 million merger with Digital Island.
activeRF, the specialist in real time location systems, is today delighted to announce the appointment of Stephen Midani as Chief Executive Officer, effective July 2nd.
The future was looking a little brighter for the endangered Depressed River Mussel yesterday (Tuesday).
As part of its continuing growth strategy, Cambridge-based Anglia Business Computers has recently appointed Martin Anderson as Development Director to lead its newly established Development division.
The economic 'downturn' has yet to hit Cambridge, says Dr Mike Lynch, boss of Automony.
The FTSE-100 Index opened in positive territory yesterday (Tuesday) as the London market received a much-needed lift after recent downbeat sessions.
Merlin Biosciences Fund, run by Sir Christopher Evans, has joined forces with other venture capitalists in Mid-Anglia to put 4 million into an emerging biotech company at Royston.
Swish country hotel Swynford Paddocks, at Six Mile Bottom, near Newmarket, has been sold.
Yeoman, the company that bought Laser-Scan, has lifted its sales by 92 per cent, but losses are up, too, at 466,000.
Residents of Cambridge could be sitting on a gold mine worth up to 500,000.
Farmers are putting in an average working week of some 70 hours for as little as 4.
Merger talks have been announced between the Morley Research Centre and NIAB.
London shares started the week on the back foot yesterday (Monday), slipping in response to a downbeat session on Wall Street on Friday.
A new web site launched by dive tour operator Regal Holidays, part of the fourth largest UK holiday group Holidaybreak plc, has generated a record number of visitors.
British Airways has sold its Stansted-based budget airline Go to venture capital company 3i in a deal worth up to 110 million.
Communication giant Marconi and pharmaceutical group Oxford Glycosciences (OGS) are joining forces to launch an online map of the human genome.
American giant Borders maintains there is a market in Cambridge for yet another bookstore as it prepares for its city launch.
A chief constable is celebrating after being named in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.