News that France Telecom is slashing the price of next week's flotation of Orange, coupled with a warning on revenues from US giant Cisco Systems, conspired to send the London Stock Exchange sharply downwards yesterday (Wednesday).
Information company WAX Info is due to pump 1 million into a high profile marketing campaign to coincide with the launch of its latest e-product.
Geneva Technology, a leading provider of convergent billing solutions to the telecommunications, online, cable and utilities industries, today announced that TESS Communications, Inc.
London's FTSE-100 Index of leading shares moved ahead yesterday (Tuesday) as traders drew inspiration from strong gains overnight in the US.
E*TRADE, the online financial services company, has launched a new facility which gives private punters access to initial public offerings (IPOs).
Phytopharm has begun the second phase of clinical trials of a new anti-inflammatory drug to treat bowel disease.
Following on from the test phase in six practices throughout the county, the Norfolk Knowledge Management project, managed by South Norfolk's Primary Care Group (PCG) is to roll out the latest version of WAX info's WAX ActiveLibrary technology, WAX Version 3.
Abcam, the world's leading online market place for antibody biomedical research reagents, has just released results for the last quarter of 2000.
Stansted passengers are advised to arrive early for all flights because transfer from the airport to departure gates is taking longer than normal, writes Rod Davidson, director of 2000 Travel Management.
Tech shares dragged the FTSE-100 Index lower in early trading yesterday (Monday) as the market took stock of Friday's heavy losses in the US.
Brewer Scottish & Newcastle said it was in talks with a number of potential buyers to snap up the 740 managed pubs it put on the market in November.
Amino Communications, developers of world-class network appliance technology, today published its Advanced Set-top Box (ASTB) Reference Design.
Visual Information Systems (VIS), the leading enterprise Internet software applications developer, has further strengthened its expansion into European markets through the appointment of Michael Wheatley as CEO.
Well, it's hats off to Mr Greenspan.