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  • US millions fund global stem cell war

    California and other US states are piling millions of dollars into a battle with Cambridge for supremacy in the area of stem cell science and... Read More

  • Oil giants look East for £6bn pest control

    The East of England is powering forward an international collaborative project that has awoken the interest of leading global oil and gas... Read More

  • CacheLogic CEO, Pat Chapman-Pincher.

    Founded by a team from the server software pioneer, Zeus Technology, CacheLogic has developed a new and more effective way of delivering large... Read More

  • Investment in MK after F1 TV deal is secured

    A Milton Keynes company has begun heavy invest-ment in new equipment and facilities after clinching a lucrative deal to supply ITV Sport with... Read More

  • High flyer lands in Cambridge

    Chris Walklett, former head of tax for easyJet plc, has joined chartered accountant and business adviser, Peters Elworthy... Read More

  • Fibre laps wireless on last mile

    Wireless cannot realistically compete with fibre for the provision of future broad-band requirements over the whole of the last mile, according to... Read More

  • Law firm eyes Cambridge growth

    Charles Russell LLP’s Cambridge law office has officially opened – 18 months after the firm opened its Oxford office, making it the only legal... Read More

  • Cambridge students woo French angels

    A technology venture spearheaded by Cambridge University students has won a global business plan competition and is exciting investment interest from... Read More

  • CBI calls for tighter grip on public spending and borrowing

    The Chancellor must insist on a tighter grip on public spending and borrowing to end the slide in the UK’s tax competitiveness – the CBI has said in... Read More

  • Flybe closes 14 BA routes

    Flybe, which operates out of Norwich and other regional airports, is closing 14 BA Connect routes as part of its takover of the loss-making British... Read More

  • Alconbury firm raises £250k

    Protein Life Sciences company NextGen, based in Alconbury, has raised around £250,000 through a shares placing to fund new initiatives. The placing... Read More

  • Region leads UK for entrepreneurial appetite

    Young people and graduates from the East of England are more likely to be entrepreneurial than their counterparts across the rest of the UK.... Read More

  • West Indies firm buys WT

    Quoted West Indies conglomerate GraceKennedy Limited has paid £23m to acquire Welwyn-based ethnic and speciality foods supplier, WT Foods from... Read More

  • Yule Catto sees a drop in pretax profits

    Specialist chemicals group, Yule Catto has announced an eight per cent drop in pre-tax profits for the full year to December 2006, citing plant... Read More

  • EADS Astrium takes the heat

    A Hertfordshire company is set to play a key role in a pioneering probe of Mercury – the hottest planet in the solar system.EADS Astrium in Stevenage... Read More

  • Stone King opens in Cambridge

    One of the UK’s leading firms of charity law solicitors has opened a new office in Cambridge to focus on providing advice to the universities,... Read More

  • Phytopharm placing raises £1.7m

    Phytopharm has raised around £1.7 million before expenses through a conditional placing of 4.425m new penny shares to strengthen its balance sheet... Read More

  • Historic Saxby’s finally shut down

    Two years after celebrating its centenary, one of the region’s great family firms is to close its Wellingborough factory with the loss of 130 jobs... Read More

  • Kimbells in elite force

    Milton Keynes law firm Kimbells is part of an elite ‘superteam’ of advisers retained by massive French environmental services company Veolia... Read More

  • Double tonic for Timestrip

    Timestrip plc, the Hitchin-based developer and manufacturer of unique smart label technologies, has received a double boost in its push for sales in... Read More

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