Electricity company Innogy surged nearly 19 per cent on the London market yesterday (Monday) after it confirmed it had received takeover approaches.
An internet boom has rocketed the number of people online at home in the UK through the 17 million barrier.
Compaq's iPAQ handheld computers have earned it the title European mobile device vendor of the year - ahead of Nokia and Palm.
Microsoft has taken a hit from rivals AOL and Netscape in the ongoing browser war, a survey claims.
Online learning is starting to take off with half of all US schools now turning to the internet for courses.
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The advent of Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN), cable connections and broadband systems (ADSL, DSL) has converted computer security into an issue for concern way beyond just the business sector.
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Cambridge-based international market enablers, YTKO, have been appointed by the Korean IT Industry Promotion Agency (KIPA) to advise on European business opportunities and routes to market for Korean hardware and software companies.
The UK leads the way when it comes to championing small business.
NTL is not going bust, in fact it is still recruiting in Cambridge and business, the company says, is booming.
LloydsTSB profits from high street banking in the UK slid 18% to 633 million, which the company said reflected ''substantial investments'' it had made to support future growth such as improved products and services.
Symbian, the mobile phone and handheld computer software group, announced its CEO Colly Myers will step down.
A new method of electronic signature verification for documents sent over the web has been agreed.
Cambridge based Anglia Business Computers has been awarded Microsoft Gold Certified Partner status by Microsoft, the world's largest software organisation.
Profits have plummeted at ink-jet printing firm, Xaar on Cambridge Science Park.
People's bank, Coutts, has won a top award at its Cambridge branch.
Huntingdon Life Sciences, now known as Life Sciences Research Inc, has raised 4 million to help reduce its debt and provide extra cash for the business.