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News

  • Domino reports a record year

    Bar Hill-based printing firm, Domino has reported a three per cent increase in pre-tax profits, a record for the year ending October, 2006 and said... Read More

  • World Cup scores against Choices UK

    Peterborough-based entertainment firm, ChoicesUK has released a trading update which has caused a 12 per cent drop in share price.The firm reported a... Read More

  • Redstone's offer declared unconditional

    Cambridge-based telecoms and IT services firm, Redstone has announced that its offer for 345.5 shares in IDN, which represents around 88.3 per cent... Read More

  • Porvair acquires US firm

    King's Lynn filtration specialist, Porvair has announced its acquisition of Omnifilter, a filtration company based in Richmond, Virginia, for an... Read More

  • BCS warns of losses

    Peterborough-based business software firm, Business Control Solutions has warned that losses for 2006 will be slightly higher than expected.The firm... Read More

  • Amino appoints new non-executive director

    Swavesey-based broadband network software and systems firm, Amino has announced the appointment of a new non-executive director.The new board member... Read More

  • Acambis appoints new R & D VP

    Cambridge-based vaccine developer, Acambis has announced the appointment of a new executive VP for R... Read More

  • Trafficmaster reports a strong year

    Beds-based Trafficmaster has announced record last quarter sales in a trading update released ahead of full-year results, to be published in March.... Read More

  • Sterling Energy in talks for Texan rival

    Herts-based Sterling Energy has confirmed that it is in discussions with Whittier Energy regarding an offer for its entire issued share capital.... Read More

  • University to study radio masts

    The University of Essex has been awarded over £260k to conduct a two year investigation to test whether there are any short-term health effects... Read More

  • New appointments at Trafficmaster

    Trafficmaster has appointed Alan McWalter and Geoffrey Bicknell as independent non-executive directors, with immediate effect.Colin Walsh, chairman... Read More

  • Melbourn invests £2m

    A £2 million investment by Melbourn Scientific Ltd has made it one of the first UK contract laboratories to invest in a light obscuration particle... Read More

  • New research centre formed in Herts

    A new University of Hertfordshire Research Centre that will contribute to international research on air quality, pollution, and issues associated... Read More

  • Jarrold Training acquires rival firm

    Jarrold Training, a market leader in the field of IT and management training in East Anglia has acquired Software International Training for an... Read More

  • Ensors merges with Kinnaird Partnership

    Ensors chartered accountants has merged with The Kinnaird Partnership, a three-partner firm of chartered accountants based in Cambridge - becoming... Read More

  • NPS wins £4m schools deal

    Norfolk County Council-owned NPS Property Consultants Ltd has secured contracts worth nearly £4m from the DfES as the national programme of improving... Read More

  • Autonomy's Swede deal

    Cambridge-based infrastructure software specialist Autonomy is to join the likes of Saab, Ericsson, IBM and Boeing in a Swedish Armed Forces contract... Read More

  • Peter Brotherhood invests in new site

    Peter Brotherhood Ltd has invested in a new 5,400 sq ft site to cope with the growing amount of equipment and machinery needed to service the company... Read More

  • Greeting card firm says goodbye to 1,000 staff

    The Greeting Card Group in Peterborough has been saved from administration though not without a heavy cost. Around 1,000 employees have been made... Read More

  • Fresh produce powerhouse set for city

    Peterborough is to become home to the UK arm of a formidable European fresh produce powerhouse following the £15.5 million acquisition of Redbridge... Read More

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