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New financial probe into Autonomy accounting

Entrepreneur Mike LynchMike Lynch’s former management team at Cambridge technology company Autonomy are facing a new probe by UK financial authorities.

Cambridge challenged to tilt at £350m funding pot

Deputy PM, Nick CleggBusinesses in Cambridge and the East of England have been invited by Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg to tilt at a new £350 million funding pot designed to stimulate the UK economy.

Crowdfunding billions to boost technology

David-HalsteadCrowdfunding portals will raise $3 billion in 2013 for technology innovation, experts at Deloitte in Cambridge UK predict.

UK business rules out aggressive expansion

UK business sees the tough economic climate as an opportunity for growth but corporate CFOs have ruled out plans for really aggressive expansion, Deloitte in Cambridge has revealed.

Ian Stewart, chief economist at DeloitteDeloitte’s annual CFO Survey, published today, shows that Britain’s finance chiefs have entered 2013 in more upbeat mood than 2012 and will grab opportunities for growth – but they won’t be taking unnecessary risks.

Two new partners at Ensors

James Francis (left), Danny Clifford (centre) and Jan McLeanEnsors Chartered Accountants in Cambridge and Suffolk UK have promoted Jan McLean and James Francis to become partners of the firm.

Family businesses sold in multimillion pound deal

(from Left) Peter Watson, Prism Corporate Broking, Richard Blew, Needham Chalks, Robert Fiske, Prism Corporate BrokingNeedham Chalks and Alliance Technical Laboratories Ltd in Needham Market, Suffolk, have been acquired by Bishop’s Stortford based Harlow Agricultural Merchants in a multimillion pound deal.

US investment in £6m Cambridge MBO

Anglia Business Solutions CEO, Robert FrostAnglia Business Solutions – a leading technology consultancy group in Cambridge UK – has executed a £6 million management buyout.

BDO and PKF agree merger

BDO and PKF, which have major operations in Cambridge and East Anglia in the UK, have agreed to merge under the BDO brandAccountancy firms BDO and PKF, which have major operations in Cambridge and East Anglia in the UK, have agreed to merge under the BDO brand.

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