Shares in telecom equipment giant Marconi nosedived 52 per cent yesterday (Thursday) after its stark profit warning on Wednesday night.
Albera Networks, the telecoms consultancy founded by Nigel Playford, is set to merge with e2e-IT to form Albera Solutions.
Former Saatchi & Saatchi director Robin Revell has set up in business in a converted chapel in Huntingdon.
Just a handful of companies could be responsible for broadband infrastructure in the UK, it was claimed.
World famous aviation photographer Philip Makanna heroically rescued the pilot of his crashed plane .
Academics from both sides of the Channel gathered in Cambridge to thrash out ways to turn technological ideas into business boosts.
Former next-door neighbours, CeNeS and Management Dynamics.
Telecom shares were under pressure yesterday (Wednesday) after Marconi caused nervousness by saying shares were suspended ahead of a board meeting about trading.
IBM and Fiat's joint venture company is allowed to go ahead as planned, confirms the European Commission.
CBSC held a Garden Party for the Global Trees charity at the Kings College Fellows gardens on June 21st.
Motorola's Talkabout T900 text messager has racked up a million sales in its first year.
A new 4 million fleet of buses will be seen on the streets of Cambridge later this year.
Tech and telecom stocks were suffering yesterday (Tuesday) as the London market started the session in a downbeat mood.
Cambridge telecommunications firm Polatis is set to create dozens of jobs at its new manufacturing centre.
Enviros, the green company founded by Sir Christopher Evans, has been bought by its management for 17 million.
General Electric chief Jack Welch has slammed proposals from Honeywell designed to save a merger of the two companies.
A group of Cambridgeshire schoolchildren are singing for joy .
A stunning new television advertisement for major High Street furniture store Multiyork, featuring time-lapse photography, is propelling the master furniture maker's Summer sales figures upwards.
A Cambridge University don has slammed a decision by bosses to axe Polish and Hungarian from its degree courses.