Cambridge has the highest density of technology companies anywhere in Europe and is home to ARM, Britain's fastest growing and most admired company.
Advanced Rendering Technology, which went into administration last month, could soon find a trade buyer.
An energy company that creates electricity from straw at its Ely plant is set to become the country's largest renewable power generator.
Budget airline easyJet has struck a 374 million deal to buy low-cost rival Go, it announced yesterday (Thurs).
Depressed drug company CeNeS looks poised for a come-back.
Five new office buildings are to be built at St John's Business Park in Huntingdon as the first phase of a larger development.
Just a handful of UK companies use the internet as a way to coach staff.
Continued price pressure on the global IT services industry means it will grow less than three per cent this year to USD 567 billion.
More people play games on the internet in the UK than any other country in Europe.
The Automation Partnership (TAP), manufacturers of advanced automated systems, announced that it has reached agreement on the specifications of an ultra high throughput screening (uHTS) platform for the expanding Drug Discovery Factory programme at GlaxoSmithKline's (GSK) Tres Cantos facility in Spa
A scheme to link business people with young people in Cambridge, Huntingdon, Fenland and Peterborough has just recruited its 250th volunteer and is well on the way to achieving its target of having 500 trained volunteers trained by the end of this year (2002).
A Cambridge company which has pioneered a new method of analysing DNA information has won a 45,000 Government award.
Today's policy-makers should take a more long-term perspective on contemporary issues.
There are signs that IT spending may be starting to pick up.
Hi-tech gadgets fitted in cars are being hailed as the next big thing, but it's sparking fears among safety campaigners.
Surfers show zero tolerance to annoying websites by never going back.
The world's largest chip equipment maker has reported a big increase in new orders and predicts a further 10-15 per cent rise in coming months.
Experience Entrepreneurship, a programme run by Cambridge Entrepreneurship Centre (CEC), is introducing high-tech local businesses to highly-motivated Cambridge University students who want to work with them over the summer.
FirstStage Capital research identifies new venture capital trend
Venture Capitalists are increasing investment in technology companies targeting the financial services sector, whilst overall technology investment is falling.