One of the Cambridge companies heading for super growth has filed for Chapter 11 of the U.
Rising star in the drug design business, De Novo Pharma, has had a further 16.
The European Commission has approved the creation of a joint venture between Accenture and Lagardere, a French-based communications and media company, in the field of interactive television.
BT's share price rose on the back of news that its fixed line business is being targeted.
Amid the doom and gloom in the IT sector, Bill Gates says that the most exciting technologies advances are still to come.
'With e-health critical to Government modernisation plans for the NHS, annual UK expenditure on healthcare IT is set to top 4 billion within the decade', said Murray Bywater of Silicon Bridge Research, addressing the European Summit for Health IT Executives, held at Pennyhill Park, Bagshot, Surrey.
More than 63 per cent of internet users in Germany are male, making the country the most predominantly male online community of the 26 countries measured by Nielsen/NetRatings.
The lingering impact of foot-and-mouth disease will mean Britain's major airports see only a small increase in passenger numbers this summer, said operator BAA.
Telecom shares continued Friday's rally yesterday (Monday), and sparked ahead in early trading.
Online shopping in the US saw a big fall for the second month running.
Interactive television is taking off in western Europe, with analysts predicting more than 68 million households will sign up by 2005.
Synapse Solutions is one step closer to making Cambridge the birthplace of true Machine Intelligence.
Steel Spyda Limited is pleased to announce its support to WildLink International in its climate and environmental education project.
Company bosses are being urged to send their staff to professional acting classes to help them perform better at their jobs.
Strategists and economists are prone to inventing buzzwords or phrases to describe the state of the world.
Two thirds of people who didn't vote in the UK general election would have been more likely to if they could have done it by phone or mobile.
Technology companies are tightening their belts, with 76 per cent believing that an economic slowdown is under way.