The world famous River Cam could become Britain's first aqua-dual carriageway to help Cambridge University rowers go faster.
The London market started the week in subdued fashion yesterday (Monday), with shares drifting lower in early trading.
Media group Emap closed a 'difficult and unhappy chapter' in its history as it clinched a deal to sell its United States consumer magazine business to Primedia for 366 million.
Troubled online trader Just2Clicks is closing down all but one of its businesses after making GBP 34 million losses.
The same old sexism is as rife in the new economy as it was in the old, a report claims.
One of Mike Lynch's companies, NCorp, says it is defying current technology sector gloom by moving to bigger offices at Cambridge Business Park, appointing a new chief executive and announcing further recruitment and expansion plans.
The crippling bone disorder that sends older people into a stoop could be a trouble of the past.
Virata, one of the city's billion dollar companies, has released its latest piece of technology that will allow manufacturers to come up quickly with products to support wireless networking in the home and office.
A new survey suggests that as many as 7,000 businesses in East Anglia think their business has suffered in the past year through not being able to recruit IT and internet staff.
Rejuvenated biotech firm Acambis has been awarded two further US grants totalling more than $1.
London shares dived yesterday (Thurs)as oil groups reacted to falling prices and investors expressed disappointment at a quarter-point cut in US interest rates.
Gambling online and on interactive TV is set to boom over the next few years.
Greene King, the Suffolk brewer and pubs chain, said it was continuing to make headway against its competitors as it toasted a 15 per cent jump in profits.
New software that puts animation files on to the internet has been developed by a Cambridge company in what is believed to be a world first.
Radiant Networks, the Great Chesterford company pioneering the development of broadband wireless mesh technology, is planning to list on the London Stock Exchange and Nasdaq early next year.
ARM Holdings, Cambridge's multi billion pound chip design company, has joined forces with Sun Microsystems in the US to develop new Java technology for the wireless market.
Youngsters at a US school are being given handheld computers in a pilot scheme run by Palm.
London shares managed to post some gains yesterday (Weds), recovering marginally from Tuesday's woes.
UK listed companies who report information more frequently than required by the rules have been found to produce fewer profit warnings, according to a report out today (Thurs) from Andersen, the professional services firm.