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More than 70 per cent of tech chiefs have been told to reduce IT budgets.

10-04-2002

Investor confidence in the US has surged but analysts warn there are underlying concerns adding fragility to optimism.

10-04-2002

Panda Software's virus laboratory has reported the appearance of a new Trojan called mIRC/Gif, designed to spread via the mIRC chat application.

10-04-2002

CAMBRIDGE, UK, 9 April 2002.

10-04-2002

Weekend reports put NTL close to sorting out its housekeeping problems.

09-04-2002

The buy-out market has shown strong signs of recovery in the first quarter of 2002, with deal value nearly 2billion higher than the previous quarter.

09-04-2002

Cybercrime is soaring and there doesn't seem to be anything businesses can do to stop it.

09-04-2002

BT says it's going to put the customer first and get debts down to less than GBP 10 billion.

09-04-2002

The people who hold the IT purse strings are 'cautiously confident' about how much they'll be spending this year.

09-04-2002

Rockstone Ltd is pleased to announce the appointment of Greenfield Ventures, the specialist technology headhunting company to source a high level Chairman and advisory board to aid in the ongoing fund raising and growth of its business.

09-04-2002

Cambridge Consultants Limited (CCL) has been successfully acquired by its management team following the Chapter 11 process in America to sell Arthur D Little (ADL).

08-04-2002

Police are looking for businesses to help with their enquiries.

08-04-2002

Designers at Samsung have launched a revolutionary fridge that thinks it's a PC - and a television! The fridge - described as a 'cutting-edge marvel' - doubles up as a complete entertainment and information centre.

08-04-2002

Apple has bumped up its commitment to FireWire technology by buying technology specialists Zayante.

08-04-2002

Official figures show that the average price of a house in Cambridge is now 180,000 - up ten per cent in the past year.

08-04-2002

Quillion XQalibur is another leading edge product from Quillion, which has for over a decade been at the forefront of providing complex data modeling and data management software for broad industrial applications.

08-04-2002

Cambridge Consultants is perfect for a management buy-out -- So said arch rival, Dr Gerald Avison, boss of TTP Group at Melbourn, when he was guest speaker at the Cambridge Business & Professional Club lunch in Queens' College on Wednesday.

05-04-2002

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