Ninety-six per cent of those questioned in a recent survey by Xerox say e-mail will become the most important form of business communications within the next three years.
The day is about to start better for those who shower in the morning.
Cambridge Antibody Technology achieved dual-listing on Monday when the Melbourn biotech firm joined the New York NASDAQ exchange.
The Duke of Edinburgh today begins a two day visit to Cambridge in his role as Chancellor of the University.
We are feeling optimistic about our financial futures, but we are not greedy when it comes to wealth, according to a new study from Norwich Union.
The FTSE-100 Index opened on the front foot yesterday (Wednesday) as the London market picked up the baton from a positive session on Wall Street.
Bosses at Palm have denied speculation that the company is about to be bought out.
Computer voting could be on its way to Edinburgh to speed up what has been slated as a 'notoriously slow' election count.
Ebusiness is predicted to grow at 800 per cent a year with some saying 'If you're not in eBusiness in five years' time, then you probably won't be in business at all'.
Cambridge plays host to a joint seminar on best practice in the teaching of entrepreneurship between 24 and 29 June.
A major new report, Evaluating the Business Case for 3G Network Sharing , was due to be published yesterday (Tuesday) by Analysys.
UK consumers are more likely to embrace online shopping than their friends across the Channel - because they think plastic is fantastic.
Almost two thirds of companies preparing for flotation do not offer share options to employees in advance of going public, according to a new survey by business advisers Andersen.
The UK software and IT services sector experienced its worst year on record last year with growth falling below 10 per cent for the first time since the last recession.
Virtual pharma firm Arachnova, in Cambridge, is making its TechnologyWeb database of companies and individuals available to everyone.
The FTSE-100 Index was treading water yesterday (Tuesday) as the London market looked for direction during a lacklustre start to the day.
A top number-cruncher is to take over as the director of Cambridge University's Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences.
Global professional services firm Andersen has this week unveiled the key findings from its Internet workforce remuneration and benefits survey 'dot.