Anglia Business Computers has recently signed a contract for Navision Financial Software with Volga Dnepr.
Tech and telecom shares fell back yesterday (Wednesday) after another piece of bad news from the U.
The biggest shake-up in the sugar beet growing industry in years has triggered intense activity in Suffolk.
The former sales manager of a high tech co-operative in Cambridge has been appointed the region's new trade champion for exporters.
Tomfoolery and other antics are alive and well in the British office, according to a silly season survey by online secondhand office furniture firm wantdontwant.
FPDSavills just pipped Amino Communications in the Karting Challenge organised by Cambourne Business Park as a fast-track networking opportunity.
The CBI is forecasting widespread manufacturing job losses across the east of England and the south east, with high-tech now being affected as well as traditional sectors.
The 'hysteria' surrounding the Code Red virus is allowing the SirCam bug
epidemic to flourish.
Leading city businessman, Nigel Brown has said Cambridge does not need substantial new housing development and that the answer to the city's problems lies in a network of rapid transport.
The storm clouds of recession may be gathering, but early-phase technology firms in Cambridge are still enticing to investors, according to Blue Sky Network.
Is the rumour that Standard Life Bank is considering a policy of refusing mortgage applications from former customers who return within two years part of a growing trend?
Neil Walker, director of leading mortgage broker Charcol's Cambridge office looks to see if remortgaging is about to become a
The FTSE-100 Index found the going tough yesterday (Tuesday) as telecom stocks again depressed the London market.
Gee Armitage, the first woman to ride in the Grand National, was the tipster for Cambridge Printing when staff and customers went to the races at Newmarket.
'Ad gloom' is hitting the region, with the Chartered Institute of Marketing warning that now is not the time to cut back on advertising spend.
The muscle-bound pound is keeping UK manufacturing cities in the lower half of Europe's growth league, according to Cambridge Econometrics.
Life might start at fifty but this is the ideal time to review your financial situation.
The rate which bank customers around the world adopt internet banking varies enormously, from a few per cent to double digits.