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.
Scientists at Cambridge University have received funding to study the genetics of breast cancer.
Chip designer ARM Holdings lifted the gloom surrounding the tech sector yesterday (Monday) after posting better-than-expected quarterly figures.
ARM Holdings provided beleaguered tech stocks with a much-needed boost yesterday (Monday) after posting better-than-expected figures.
HP was awarded a patent that could remove a major obstacle to making
molecular-scale computing a reality.
Plus, the online magazine on the applications of mathematics run by the Millennium Mathematics Project at the University of Cambridge, has won this year's Webby Award in the Science category.
Two hot-shot Cambridge companies, Amino and Cyan, have joined forces to develop control and sensing capabilities in home appliances.
RAF Cardington at Bedford is to be sold, and is likely to become a housing estate.
Free computer training courses sponsored by the City Council under the Computability project have proved so popular the schedule has been increased.
<br/>Web page design is the most popular course, then Sage Accounting. To find out more call 01763 221887.
Hype is hotting up for the Cambridge/Ipswich high tech corridor, adding a further dimension to Silicon Fen.
The so-called 'Golden Corridor' is beginning to glow, with the Cambridge-MIT Institute announcing it is to set up a business and management research centre at BT's Adastral Park, near Ipswich.
A year ago Scandinavia - and especially Sweden - was feared and admired by most of the world as far as the development of the IT market was concerned.