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Local ShareWatch

  • Ubisense may return for more funds

    Richard-Green

    Speculation is increasing that Cambridge based smart location technology business, Ubisense, may have to go back to the market for more funding after... Read More

  • €10m ESA contract for e2v

    Keith Attwood

    e2v has secured an £8.5 million contract to deliver Charge Coupled Device (CCD) imaging sensors for the European Space Agency's (ESA) Euclid space... Read More

  • Record-busting Brady cashes in on scale-up

    Brady CEO Gavin Lavelle

    Risk management technology specialist Brady plc has doubled its client base inside 12 months in a record year for new business and driven up the... Read More

  • HiWave administers last rites

    James-Lewis

    HiWave, the Cambridge Cluster audio technology company, has delisted its shares in the UK as administrators make a last ditch rescue bid. The... Read More

  • Sagentia acquisition boosts product development

    Sagentia MD, Dan Edwards

    Cambridge technology innovator Sagentia has acquired a Hertfordshire business in a bid to grow its share of the global product development market.... Read More

  • Dialight profit surge underpins global growth

    Dialight profit surge

    Cambridge lighting technology business Dialight illuminated early trading on the UK stock exchange after reporting significantly increased pre-tax... Read More

  • China boosts record CSR revenues

    Joep van Beurden

    Mono audio revenue growth in China – driven by the enforcement of hands-free driving legislation – allied to greater resilience in its legacy... Read More

  • Netcall dials up profits surge

    Netcall CEO, Henrik Bang

    Cambridge UK telecoms technology business Netcall plc saw its share price nudge north after hoisting pre-tax profits 46 per cent to £1.34 million for... Read More

  • ARM muscles way ahead of the market

    Warren-East

    Cambridge superchip designer ARM has out-muscled the market, pushing up revenue and profits for Q4 and the full-year for 2012. The share price was... Read More

  • Brady revenues rocket

    CEO Gavin Lavelle

    Risk management technology specialist Brady plc reports revenue growth of around 47 per cent for the last year. The Cambridge Science Park company... Read More

  • blinkx French connection is ooh la la!

    Brian Mukherjee

    Cambridge technology company blinkx – hailed as the world’s most advanced video engine – has signed a significant strategic partnership with... Read More

  • Burgeoning Bango on top of the world

    Bango CEO, Ray Anderson

    Cambridge mobile payments technology company Bango saw its UK share price surge after clinching a significant agreement with Telefónica Digital and... Read More

  • Netcall shares rise on strong trading

    Netcall CEO Henrik Bang

    Cambridge software company Netcall saw its share price increase by 1.7 per cent to 29.5p on early trading as it revealed double digit sales growth in... Read More

  • Dialight dives despite strong performance

    Dialight said it had seen strong worldwide order intake for lighting

    Lighting technology company Dialight saw its share price dive 68.20p – almost six per cent – on publication of the Cambridge UK company’s interim... Read More

  • Pursuit Dynamics seeks £6m survival cash

    PDX-Reactor

    Pursuit Dynamics, based in the heart of the Cambridge UK technology cluster, is bidding to raise £6 million survival cash. The developer of the PDX... Read More

  • CSR shareholders revel in Samsung bonanza

    CEO Joep van Beurden

    CSR shareholders were rubbing their hands today as the Cambridge UK wireless technology business confirmed a $285 million payout in Q4. It flagged... Read More

  • AVEVA revenue growth defies gloom

    AVEVA CEO Richard Longdon

    AVEVA Group plc, one of the top technology companies in the Cambridge UK cluster, has flagged up good revenue growth in the first half of the... Read More

  • Cyan revenues fall but India may be saviour

    Cyan targeting India

    Cyan Holdings in Cambridge UK saw first-half revenues fall despite claiming progress in global markets with its smart energy technology. The share... Read More

  • Brady eyes acquisitions as revenues rocket

    Brady CEO Gavin Lavelle

    Brady plc, the Cambridge UK risk technology business, is back on the acquisition trail. CEO Gavin Lavelle and chairman Paul Fullagar revealed the... Read More

  • Brady sues client for £720k debt

    Brady CEO Gavin Lavelle

    Risk management software specialist Brady plc, based in the Cambridge UK technology cluster, is suing an unnamed customer for a debt of £720k. The... Read More

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