Oil firms continued to see shares slump yesterday (Thurs) as renewed concerns about the price of oil subdued trading on the London market.
Two Mid-Anglia organisations have won top honours in a national scheme to award environmental best practice.
Cambridge City Council is marking National Tree Week by giving free trees to schools and people at the Rees Thomas Special School on Downhams Lane will be getting their spades out on Tuesday 20 November at 1.
Convergys Corporation, the global leader in billing and customer care services, announced that Vodacom, South Africa's largest mobile operator, has selected its Geneva Active Revenue Management (ARM) software to support the rollout of all future service offerings, including GPRS, SMS, and conte
Instant messaging is proving a big hit among computer users, with an explosion in use over the last year.
Up to three quarters of online shoppers dump their baskets before buying what's in them - costing e-business millions.
European Server Appliance specialist starts search for blue chip Chairman.
E-books aren't making money because readers can't carry them around, claim researchers.
The search is continuing for a Cambridge University college cat - a year after he disappeared.
Drugs company Lorantis has just received an additional 4.
A conference tomorrow (Friday) will demonstrate how video conferencing can solve the problems of international travel in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Cable & Wireless saw shares shoot 5 per cent ahead yesterday (Weds) after it unveiled plans to hand back an estimated 1.
Hospital patients on a Caribbean island will get better treatment in future thanks to the generosity of a Cambridge firm.
The amount of money spent advertising on the internet in the UK is up more than 40 per cent compared to last year.
MP3 sales are going though the roof as demand for digital audio continues to grow.
The use of child labour in the Third World, the companies that pay bribes to win business, and the huge controversy over the introduction of genetically modified foods - these are three of the issues that will be debated at a Business Ethics conference in Cambridge on FRIDAY 7TH DECEMBER.
Four of the country's fastest growing new technology companies are in Cambridgeshire, according to a new survey.
As Concorde took to the skies again last week, a Cambridge firm was celebrating its role in getting the supersonic passenger jet airborne.