The London Stock Exchange saw early gains tail off yesterday (Wednesday) as concerns about order levels at aerospace giant BAE Systems sent a shiver through the market.
The Judge Institute of Management Studies is looking for 12 volunteers to attend a pilot course aimed at those involved in community enterprise.
People who run company cars are being warned to choose carefully if their vehicle is being replaced this year.
City law firm Taylor Joynson Garrett announces today that it is opening an office in Cambridge on 2 January 2002.
Hot on the heels of reports at the weekend that within the next decade none of us will need to worry about our weight, Alizyme in Cambridge has announced successful results from its latest clinical trials involving an anti-obesity drug.
The London Stock Exchange opened in upbeat mood yesterday (Tuesday)as a clutch of new economy stocks helped to drive the market higher.
2001 is going to be the year of Bluetooth and Cambridge Silicon Radio, but there will not be the spectacular performances seen during 2000.
Few folks in the business were at all pleased when dotcoms took a dive, but Jumpleads is the exception.
Geneva Technology, supplier of convergent billing software for the telecommunications and on-line services market, has become a founder member of Cambridge3G, a recently launched interest group whose main aim is to establish and promote Cambridge as the leading European test bed for the roll out of
Mobile phone giant Orange yesterday (Monday)confirmed its intention to float on the Paris and London stock exchanges later this month.
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.