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.
The London Stock Exchange opened sharply down yesterday (Wednesday)as the City took fright at heavy losses overnight in the US.
Autonomy, a global leader in infrastructure software for the Web, has announced the expansion of its technology for wireless-enabling applications with support for NTT DoCoMo i-mode wireless protocol.
Property consultants FPDSavills' half-year results show continuing growth across the company as a whole, supported strongly by its investments in Europe and Asia, says Hugh Coghill, head of the eastern region.
The London stock market woke up to New Year trading with a hangover yesterday, (Tuesday), making a sluggish start on the first dealing day of 2001.