Graduates starting work this summer can expect an average salary of just under 20,000.
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.
Institutional investors such as investment banks and venture capitalists continue to show interest in early-phase technology companies in Cambridge.
'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.
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
The impact of foot and mouth on the region's economy will be around 280 million this year alone.
London shares continued their revival on Friday as investors were buoyed by more gains in the US overnight on Thursday.
IDG Ventures Europe has made its first investment, joining an 8.
Cambridge Network's Caf Networking event this evening (Tuesday, 17 July) is dedicated to 'breaking in to new markets'.
A new e-government service has been a huge hit with the public in Japan, say experts.
Peter Dawe has resigned from the board of the East of England Development Agency in protest against the re-appointment of chairman, Vincent Watts.
Entrepreneurship in Cambridge remains undaunted by sentimental fall-out in the tech sector.
PA Consulting is suing Arthur D Little, US parent of Cambridge Consultants, over aborted merger talks earlier this year.
The introduction of a direct scheduled service to the United States has given Stansted Airport a big boost, figures have revealed.
Tech and telecom stocks surged on the London market yesterday (Thurs) as investors digested good news from the other side of the Atlantic.
Anglia Business Computers has recently signed three new Navision Software contracts worth in excess of 300,000.
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.
Defying any perceived gloom in the technology sector, Cambridge company ANT is positioning itself to become another ARM.