A company that started just four years ago funded on credit from three gold cards, is set to become the cornerstone of Europe's biggest new pharma business.
Hot-shot telecoms consultancy Analysys says the market for private network services over the internet is set to increase sevenfold in the next five years to 4.
A USD 58 billion dollar bid has been made for AT&T's broadband business.
A French man claims he's on his way to inventing a hand-powered computer.
Ipswich-based Crane Fluid Systems has been named Business of the Year in the Anglian Business Awards.
Cambridge University has been accused of 'dumbing down' after English students were asked to comment on lyrics written by the pop group, the Bee Gees.
The Cambridge Network website, which is three years old this week, has been singled out in the July edition of Internet Magazine, in a feature focusing on Network Neighbourhoods.
CCTV cameras in Cambridge have notched up their 2,000th arrest since the system went live four years ago.
Life is about to get simpler for high-powered business execs with the launch of a free global meeting planner.
The chief executive of Marconi, Lord Simpson, is to demonstrate his faith in the company's future by buying at least GBP 100,000 worth of shares, according to The Sunday Telegraph.
The boom in digital television led to a 61 per cent hike in full-year profits at Pace Micro Technology, the company said.
The Government's eagerly awaited ruling on Lloyds TSB's planned takeover of Abbey National was casting a shadow on the London market yesterday (Monday).
Andersen reveals growth potential will only be realised if Europe invests in broadband now
A report released by Andersen reveals that between 2000 and 2004, 24% of growth in the European economy will come from e-Business, providing that Europe invests in broadband connections now.
Cambridgeshire County Council has taken delivery of a large Internet Access Service from Manet Telecom, Cambridge's newest telecoms company.
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AbilityNet, the national computing and disability charity, launches its eastern branch tomorrow (Tuesday), at Papworth Everard.
Rapid detection of skin cancer, using pulses of light, has been claimed by a Cambridge company as a world first.
Staff at the Cambridge offices of Marconi were among the company's 20,000 UK workers yesterday (Thurs) waiting to hear whether they will lose their jobs after the telecoms equipment giant announced a sharp fall in sales.
The trials and tribulations endured by animal testing laboratory Huntingdon Life Sciences has had one unexpected outcome.