A Cambridge electronic publisher has compiled arguably the world’s most comprehensive archive chronicling the experiences of servicemen and women in the First World War.
A Cambridge business has harnessed the reach of the Internet with the power of the written word to build the world’s largest online site selling antiquarian, out-of-print books.
A video production company in Cambridge has plugged into a global boom by switching news providers onto their own video channels using virtual studios.
Publisher Cambridge University Press has achieved a 10th successive year of growth, despite challenging market conditions.
The money men cashed in on the glory at the Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards at King’s College.
Cambridge University Press’ North American facility has entered into a long-term logistics management agreement with Ingram Publisher Services.
The jobs of more 300 Unite members, working for leading print company, Polestar hang in the balance after the company announced its intention to shut down its print operations in Colchester, Essex.
A US print company subsidiary has leased units 1-3 Ermine Centre on Huntingdon’s Ermine Business Park in one of the biggest industrial deals in the area during 2011.
The Cambridge News and Business Weekly have agreed to create a special week of celebration for local businesses in March 2012.
Business Weekly is going back to its roots after agreeing to take space in St John’s Innovation Centre, Cambridge.
Cambridge University Press, educational partner to the Wildlife Trust, is turning half an acre of its land into a conservation area.
Stephen Bourne, the CEO of Cambridge University Press, is new chair of the CBI in the East of England.
Cambridge University Press has adopted a giant panda at the Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding Research Foundation in China to build closer working links with the country and to help protect this endangered species.
Cambridge University Press has reported its eighth successive year of growth in its annual report for the year to April 30, despite a turbulent global economy.
Polestar is to develop its relationship with Virgin Trains, by the further deployment of HTTpublish systems into their business.
Cambridge-based Woodhead Publishing Ltd has opened an office in Philadelphia, to handle the sales, marketing and distribution of its books on science and technology.
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