IGC Limited, the Cambridge-based Recruitment Consultants, has just taken an additional 1,754 sq ft, creating a total floor area of 3,320 sq ft of office space in 49 Sidney Street in Cambridge as part of its ongoing expansion programme.
A massive 50 million people will use mobile phones to pay for information and goods in the US by 2006.
B2B marketing communications agency Warman & Bannister (W&B) has been appointed to run a major national advertising and public relations campaign to build the profile of Project Telecom as the UK's leading independent telecoms provider.
Cambridge Network - in conjunction with the Greater Cambridge Partnership - wants to find out about the issues that are affecting businesses in our region.
Wednesday is National Stress Awareness Day, which is a PR exercise for work-life balance.
Is the pong putting them off? Vitrum, the last building to be let on St John's Innovation Park, off Cowley Road and next to the sewage farm, is ready for occupation, but so far there are no takers.
Two former directors of Cantab Pharmaceuticals have resigned from the firm that took them over.
Biotech firms looking for funding have little time left to apply for European Union grants.
The looming recession and fallout from the US terror attacks could hit more than 33 million jobs worldwide, the International Labour Organisation has claimed.
BT boss Sir Peter Bonfield is quitting earlier than expected at the end of January.
Speed and convenience is more important than low prices for internet retailers trying to get a foothold on the internet.
Do you know a woman inventor that has developed new ideas/concepts/products that deserve recognition? If so, nominate them at www.bfiy.com
Researchers at Ovum have joined the ranks of the unimpressed following last week's hyped-to-the hilt launch of Windows XP.
Undergraduates at Cambridge University are to be paid for their research as part of a bid to instil commercial values.
Cash-strapped Histon biotech firm CeNeS is getting ready for a punch-up with Bioglan, the pharmaceutical company that is also short of funds.
The FTSE 100 Index was back below the 5,000 barrier yesterday (Thurs) as uncertainty continued to dog the London market.
Stansted Airport has announced a half year operating profit of 26.
A project announced yesterday (Thurs) at the CMI summit could help to halve the amount of greenhouse gas given off by air-conditioned buildings.
Cambridge Positioning Systems (CPS) has begun a trial of Antenova's steerable directional antenna, to evaluate its capability for further enhancing the accuracy and reducing the cost of deployment of CPS' leading mobile location technology, Cursor(TM).