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A top number-cruncher is to take over as the director of Cambridge University's Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences.

12-06-2001

Global professional services firm Andersen has this week unveiled the key findings from its Internet workforce remuneration and benefits survey 'dot.

12-06-2001

Bargain compost bins will be on sale at Cherry Hinton Hall this Friday (15 June) from 10am to 4pm for the knockdown price of ten pounds.

12-06-2001

WorldPay, recognised market leader in multi-currency e-commerce solutions worldwide, has appointed Ware Anthony Rust (WAR) to handle its integrated marketing communications account.

12-06-2001

Millennium Pharma has turned the first turf for its new 23 million European headquarters at Granta Park.

12-06-2001

TheFTSE-100 Index began the week in downbeat fashion yesterday (Monday), as the City reacted to gloomy news overseas.

12-06-2001

Bargain basement homes were snapped up at a rate of nearly ten an hour by campers who had queued for up to three weeks before the sale.

12-06-2001

Internet group Excite has announced it is axing media operations in France, Germany and Spain.

12-06-2001

A massive 80 per cent of the world's top 2000 businesses will provide video on demand (VOD) to employees' desktop computers in a bid to attract the best staff, new research claims.

12-06-2001

Plus, the online magazine on mathematics and its applications run by the Millennium Mathematics Project from the University of Cambridge , has been nominated for a prestigious Webby Award.

12-06-2001

Cambridge biotech company Acambis has come up with a vaccine to beat the killer West Nile virus.

12-06-2001

CBS Office Supplies, one of the regions foremost suppliers of stationery and equipment is pleased to announce the acquisition of Waterbeach based Portmans Limited.

11-06-2001

The internet is no longer just a toy for the boys as more and more women discover the benefits of online banking.

10-06-2001

BTopenworld, BT's mass market internet business, is about to trial an upgraded version of ADSL that will let more of us connect to high speed broadband internet.

10-06-2001

Hewlett-Packard warned it expects the slowdown in IT spending spreading beyond the US and Europe.

10-06-2001

Johnson Matthey, Royston's big employer, reports pre-tax profit up 25 per cent to 180.

10-06-2001

Cambridge Marketing College has decided to run its summer school for the Chartered Institute of Marketing courses a second year.

10-06-2001

Following the UK General Election, two US firms are teaming up in a bid to transform the way elections are run.

10-06-2001

ANT, the city software firm, is moving to bigger premises on Cambridge Business Park.

08-06-2001

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