There's good news for those absent-minded spies notorious for putting national security at risk by leaving top secret laptops in the backs of cabs after a night on the town.
Motor dealers in the region have 'hit the brakes' according to accountants, RSM Robson Rhodes.
The battle between low-cost airlines Ryanair and Go is hotting up.
Beleaguered telecom investors were given a much-needed lift yesterday (Weds) as stocks in the sector staged a mini-rally after hefty falls in recent days.
Spam e-mail may be a pain but those annoying pop-up internet ads are what really get people's backs up, according to new research.
Internet bank Egg says it is on course to break even by the end of the year.
WAX info limited, one of the country's leading new generation of information management companies, based in Cambridge, UK, has announced the appointment of John Synder (35) to its Board of Advisors.
The Papworth Trust, in conjunction with Cambridgeshire Social Services and local social firms, has led a successful bid for up to 850,000 from the European Social Fund to significantly increase the prospects of work for people with learning disabilities.
A new concierge service is taking Cambridge by storm.
i2, the company whose software has helped crack some of the world's most high profile crimes, has relocated its headquarters from Great Shelford to Capital Park, Fulbourn, where they have named the new building, The Visual Space.
Testing for TB could soon be as swift as a breathalyzer.
Cambridge's big spenders are slipping down the 'good payers' league.
Engineering giant Invensys plummeted 20 per cent on the London market yesterday (Tuesday) after warning first-half results would be far lower than City forecasts.
Small firms do not know which way to turn when they need help because business support services are failing to get the message across.
The official launch of Genzyme's 55 million investment programme at Haverhill was marked by a ground-breaking ceremony.
ACAS (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) dealt with 779 complaints made to employment tribunals in Cambridgeshire during the past year, with only 27 per cent going on to a hearing.
More broadband licences are up for grabs in Mid-Anglia, with e-commerce minister Douglas Alexander looking for bids.
<br/>The licences will be available from September and will give commercial operators access over the airwaves for internet and multimedia services.