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Graduates starting work this summer can expect an average salary of just under 20,000.

17-07-2001

In recognition of outstanding achievement in industry, Professor Peter Cochrane OBE, one of the world's foremost information technology and business gurus, has been awarded this year's City & Guild's Prince Philip Medal.

17-07-2001

Institutional investors such as investment banks and venture capitalists continue to show interest in early-phase technology companies in Cambridge.

17-07-2001

'We are extremely impressed with Greenfield Ventures, the company offered us a shortlist of four top level Executives, we recruited two people from the shortlist within two weeks of starting to work with Greenfield.

17-07-2001

The Cambridge-MIT Institute has appointed freelance marketing communications and events consultants, Suzy Howes and Jacquie Warner, to help them establish, develop and deliver six short executive management courses for technology-driven organisations, as part of its Professional Practice Programme

16-07-2001

The impact of foot and mouth on the region's economy will be around 280 million this year alone.

16-07-2001

London shares continued their revival on Friday as investors were buoyed by more gains in the US overnight on Thursday.

16-07-2001

IDG Ventures Europe has made its first investment, joining an 8.

16-07-2001

Cambridge Network's Caf Networking event this evening (Tuesday, 17 July) is dedicated to 'breaking in to new markets'.

16-07-2001

A new e-government service has been a huge hit with the public in Japan, say experts.

13-07-2001

Peter Dawe has resigned from the board of the East of England Development Agency in protest against the re-appointment of chairman, Vincent Watts.

13-07-2001

Entrepreneurship in Cambridge remains undaunted by sentimental fall-out in the tech sector.

13-07-2001

PA Consulting is suing Arthur D Little, US parent of Cambridge Consultants, over aborted merger talks earlier this year.

13-07-2001

The introduction of a direct scheduled service to the United States has given Stansted Airport a big boost, figures have revealed.

13-07-2001

Tech and telecom stocks surged on the London market yesterday (Thurs) as investors digested good news from the other side of the Atlantic.

13-07-2001

Anglia Business Computers has recently signed three new Navision Software contracts worth in excess of 300,000.

12-07-2001

Rotary Clubs in the region are looking for four outstanding young business and professional people to send to the US as part of a Rotary International project.

12-07-2001

Defying any perceived gloom in the technology sector, Cambridge company ANT is positioning itself to become another ARM.

12-07-2001

Telecommunications giant Marconi is to shed another 600 jobs at several sites across the UK, according to union leaders who met managers from the troubled firm on Tuesday.

12-07-2001

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