One of cricket's oldest annual fixtures - the Oxbridge varsity match - has been reduced to a one-day game in the hope of boosting its popularity.
Sex, Sport & Shopping is the latest report from telecoms consultancy Analysys, based in Cambridge.
GUS, the Argos-to-Burberry owner, leapt ahead yesterday (Tuesday) as investors went shopping for shares on the back of its full-year results statement.
Billed as a gala event in high tech entrepreneurial networking, Cambridge University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology meet in London on Monday to celebrate with the winners of their respective entrepreneurship contests.
Fledgling entrepreneurs striving to build a business in the area are being given a fresh incentive with the launch of a new awards scheme that promises national recognition for the highest achievers.
Designer Servers Ltd (DSVR) was launched in early 1998 in Manchester, England, to provide premium web hosting services based around the 'virtual server' concept.
It is estimated that UK businesses lose 15 billion a year through resource inefficiency and waste.
Independent financial advisers, IFG Life and Pensions Ltd, of Swavesey, have been recognised by the industry for the skill and ingenuity of their consultants in providing sound investment advice.
BT has finalised the sale of its interests in Japan Telecom to rivals Vodafone for more than GBP 3.
The internet has made its mark on students cramming for exams with six out of ten saying it is essential for their studies.
Stansted maintained its title of Europe's fastest-growing aiport when airports operator BAA announced its annual figures yesterday (Monday).
Speculation over a possible bid for UK telecoms equipment group Marconi from US giant Cisco Systems pushed the market forward yesterday (Monday).
The Kingcobra aircraft which spiralled out of control and exploded into trees at Biggin Hill, killing the pilot, was part of Duxford Imperial War Museum's fighter collection, it has emerged.
MSN has risen through the ranks of the search engines to become the third most used search facility in the world, according to analysts at WebSideStory's StatMarket.
Palm, the hand-held computer manufacturer, announced on Friday it will make additional reductions in its work force in the first quarter of 2002.
The Year in Industry will be holding its annual awards at the Q.
Cambridge Display Technology has signed a multi million dollar joint development deal with Japan's Tokki Corporation and Nissei Sangyo, Tokki's distributor.
Plasmon, the data storage company at Melbourn, had a dip in turnover last year, declining two per cent to 69.