The London Stock Exchange was struggling again yesterday (Monday) as strife from the US dragged the market lower.
Digital TV set-top box maker Pace Micro Technology saw profits lift by more than 40 per cent in the past six months, despite suffering shortages of components, it said yesterday (Monday).
WorldPay is putting its neck on the line when it comes to possible fraud over the internet.
A new survey by Cambridgeshire County Council has revealed a 'massive' increase in the number of people in the county with access to the internet at home.
Overheated houses and mild, damp weather are leading Britain into its worst flea epidemic of the last decade.
Newly knighted biotech 'king' Chris Evans, is predicting a strong year for his sector and says he is planning to pour millions of pounds into biotech start-ups.
London shares soared in early trading yesterday (Thursday), as investors piled back into tech stocks following the surprise cut in interest rates in the US.
It may not be at the top of agenda for many local businesses yet, but the Bill of Human Rights introduced earlier this year is set to make far reaching changes to employment and management practices.