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Farmers are putting in an average working week of some 70 hours for as little as 4.

19-06-2001

Merger talks have been announced between the Morley Research Centre and NIAB.

19-06-2001

London shares started the week on the back foot yesterday (Monday), slipping in response to a downbeat session on Wall Street on Friday.

19-06-2001

Blue Splodge launches Cambridge Weddings.

19-06-2001

A new web site launched by dive tour operator Regal Holidays, part of the fourth largest UK holiday group Holidaybreak plc, has generated a record number of visitors.

19-06-2001

British Airways has sold its Stansted-based budget airline Go to venture capital company 3i in a deal worth up to 110 million.

18-06-2001

Communication giant Marconi and pharmaceutical group Oxford Glycosciences (OGS) are joining forces to launch an online map of the human genome.

18-06-2001

American giant Borders maintains there is a market in Cambridge for yet another bookstore as it prepares for its city launch.

18-06-2001

A chief constable is celebrating after being named in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.

18-06-2001

Online bookies Sportingbet.

18-06-2001

Millionaire jockey Frankie Dettori has bought the horse that brought him fame and victory.

18-06-2001

Forget PCs - two in five people think digital TV holds the future to shopping, banking and surfing the internet.

18-06-2001

Transcom Software Inc is pleased to announce the appointment of Greenfield Ventures, the specialist technology headhunting company to source a high level Board of Directors to aid in the ongoing development of its business.

17-06-2001

Geneva Technology has changed its name to Convergys.

15-06-2001

Tech and telecom stocks came under pressure yesterday (Thursday) as London investors took fright from developments across the Atlantic.

15-06-2001

Speech recognition firm Vocalis is suffering as a result of the downturn affecting the technology sector.

15-06-2001

Barclays is offering small firms the chance to reduce bank charges by an average 20 per cent.
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<br/>A new service combines traditional banking and online, with free banking until 2003 for new customers and the average 20 per cent saving for existing customers.

15-06-2001

One in three CDs is a now a bootleg copy after pirating worldwide soared by 25 per cent.

15-06-2001

Cambridge, UK, 14/06/01, -- Life Science Informatics Solutions Ltd (LSIS), a provider of software consultancy services to the life science industries, today announced the opening of its Cambridge office.

15-06-2001

The Prince of Wales is to attend the prestigious East of England show in Peterborough today (Friday).

15-06-2001

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