Internet watchdogs have drawn up a hit-list of more than 50 newsgroups it claims deal in child porn.
Profits at German manufacturing giant Siemens were up a quarter last year to EUR 2.
The AgenC is pleased to announce the appointment of specialist management consultancy firm Greenfield Ventures, to source a high level Non Executive Chairman and an experienced Non executive Financial Director to assist in the ongoing development of its business.
Mercury Prize-nominee pianist Joanna MacGregor joins Britten Sinfonia tonight at the Corn Exchange at 7.
Pressure is growing on landlines from mobile phones.
Marks & Clerk, the UK's leading firm of patent and trade mark attorneys, has increased its growing team in the newly-opened office in Cambridge with the appointment of Julie Barrett-Major as Partner and Rosica Bates as Technical Assistant.
While some firms have more money than they know what to do with, others in the region are struggling.
Cambridge Consultants has made 20 support staff redundant at its Cambridge Science Park headquarters.
Silicon is set to make a breakthrough in drug development, helping those with brain cancers and depression.
Two Mid-Anglia bosses have been named among the 40 'Technology Pioneers' in the world.
Cambridgeshire business leaders are bashing the Department of Trade and Industry, backing a report describing the government department as 'confused about its role, pursuing contradictory policies and having overly ambitious objectives'.
EU chiefs have given telecom firms the go-ahead to work together on 3G technology.
Sales of workstations are up for the second quarter running.
Strong performance in Japan has helped Vodafone more than halve losses to 4.
Phone scams are getting so bad the UK government has warned people to watch out for cons.
Bracknell Forest Borough Council, Slough Council and the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead have awarded contracts for the provision of an on-line forms designer to Business Web Software of Cambridge, after an intensive search for a flexible, intelligent on line forms designer and proces
The next Cambridge Network Open Meeting takes place next Monday (November 18th) at Robinson College, Grange Road, Cambridge.
NextGen Sciences Ltd.
Directors of high-tech businesses in the Cambridge area are invited to attend a one-day conference on 'Britain's Technological Performance' on Tuesday 19th November 2002.
Engineers at Cambridge Consultants Ltd (CCL) have developed a new system for the phase imaging of Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR), enabling the high-throughput array-based analysis of molecular binding events, label-free.