Fifty firefighters were last night (Thurs) tackling a blaze in one of the country's most historic buildings.
Gerrard, the broking firm in Cambridge which saw its staff stage a mass exit in the summer, never to return, has assembled a new team.
Two Cambridge companies, Plastic Logic and Xaar, have been recognised in The Wall Street Journal Europe's inaugural Technology Innovation Awards.
London shares edged ahead in early trading in the City yesterday (Weds) as oil giants BP and Shell continued to recover from their recent falls.
Newmarket's most prestigious racing event saw its highest total ticket sales in four years on the back of an innovative ad campaign devised by Cambridge agency Ware Anthony Rust (WAR).
Cambridge construction firm Sindall is to be absorbed into a new nationwide building group called Bluestone plc.
People can throw away their passwords - laptop security is being stepped up using advanced fingerprinting technology.
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Nobel Prizes, Nobel Laureates were asked to make their predictions in a first-time survey: Where will the internet take us over the next 20 years?
Among the results, 69 per cent of laureates think the internet could have accelerated completion of th
Merger and new product launch complete 'fantastic' year
PA Consulting is to axe up to 200 jobs in a bid to save costs.
Polatis, the Cambridge-based company developing leading-edge photonic modules and components for telecommunications equipment vendors, today announces that it will focus all its resources on seizing the low loss, modular all-optical switch market opportunity.
Gordon Edge, founder and chief executive of Generics at Harston, is stepping up to become group chairman, with Duncan Hine taking over as chief executive officer.
Microchip designer ARM Holdings is in the running for the Oscars of the business world -- the 'Britain's Most Admired Company' award.
Call centre experts have unveiled a 'breakthrough' that analyses what customers say over the phone using cutting-edge speech recognition technology.
Around USD 60 million worth of fake Microsoft software has been seized in what's been hailed as the most significant computer counterfeiting raid in US history.
People are increasingly building the internet into their daily lives and taking advantage of interactive online services, say researchers.
Network Design was the agency selected by the Cambridge-MIT Institute Ltd (CMI) to create the visual identity for its first annual international forum on fostering competitiveness, productivity and entrepreneurship in the UK.
Business leaders are calling for the British government to scrap its dream of getting a million small firms trading online by next year.