The foot and mouth crisis is unlikely to affect the economy as far as interest rates are concerned.
Royal Bank of Scotland saw shares spark yesterday (Thursday) as the market gave the thumbs up to its 4 billion plus profits, enhanced by last year's buy of NatWest.
The blues could take Gemini Genomics into the black.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill.
The National Shire Horse show, which was due to take place in Peterborough, has become the latest event to be cancelled due to the Foot and Mouth Disease outbreak.
A raft of company results and a rally in US stocks helped London shares to post modest gains yesterday (Tuesday).
A brand new business award aims to give entrepreneurs a leg-up with prizes worth thousands of pounds.
Software games company Creature Labs has signed up with Motorola to develop a virtual pet for mobile phone users finding themselves at a loose end.
Cambridge has another new source of funding for its technology -- far blue has already invested in two city start-ups and likes the taste.
24SEVEN, the power company that used to be called Eastern Electricity, has been voted among the UK's top 100 most visionary companies.
Hopes that location-finding services on mobile phones would become a so-called 'killer application' have been dashed by international telecoms consultancy Analysys.
far blue, an independent technology investment and management group established in April 2000, has just opened an office in Cambridge in order to continue to build its presence in one of the major global centres for fundamental new technologies.
A consensus is emerging among the world's governments on how to tax e-business with the release of the OECD's latest reports.
Banking giant HSBC was a drag on the market yesterday (Monday), losing nearly 7 per cent in early trading after unveiling its full year figures.
Over-regulation is threatening to throttle Britain's e-commerce sector at birth, the head of the British Chambers of Commerce has warned.
NHS trust managers facing an increase in claims for negligence brought by employees may take comfort from the recent success of two trusts in defending actions.
Alfred McAlpine Special Projects has been awarded the third phase of Cambourne Business Park, a contract worth some 20 million.