One of the biggest companies in the world, was originally part of Racal Electronics Group which announced its new venture on March 22 1984
A £67 million push to get cutting-edge technology products on to the market has been announced by the Chancellor to boost Oxford's economy.
The two airlines plan for their new partnership to take off on March 30th 2014, combining slots at Heathrow.
The rapid growth of the south's shipping industry has led to a major shortage of officers to crew the record number of superliners now using ports like Southampton and Portsmouth.
Now our biggest companies are donating hundreds of thousands of pounds to the Sea Cadets to try and get young people interested in a career on the Ocean waves. Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.
Farming Minister, George Eustice has been visiting an organic dairy farm in Oxfordshire which exports cream, milk and cheese.
Step Farm in Faringdon plans to increase its business by 75%. The site is part of a dairy co-operative which exported 40m litres of milk, cheese and cream to European and American markets last year.
The farm belongs to OMSCo (Organic Milk Suppliers' Co-operative) farms, which recently launched Kingdom Cheese, the first European cheese to be certified by the US Department of Agriculture to be sold in the USA.
The Government is working with industry to boost the UK's food and drink exports. The sector is already worth £97 billion a year to the economy.
An iconic toy company based in Kent has reported losses of more than £1 million in the past year.
Hornby have said they remain positive about the future of the company despite the rising debt.
The company's troubles stem from supply chain problems from their railway manufacturer in China and foreign exchange losses.
Excluding the impact of the foreign exchange, Hornby have broken even in the year on the 31st March.
Former Ladbrokes and Dixons director Richard Ames is due to join the group as its new chief executive later this month.
A statement by Hornby said: "The group's plans for the new financial year are well advanced and with the main obstacle to an improved and efficient supply chain out of the way, we expect a gradual improvement in its reliability and quality. As a result we look forward to improved trading next year."
The editor of the Reading Chronicle has left the newspaper after a row over a front page article. The article appeared to link the Hillsborough tragedy with hooliganism and also carried allegations about Reading Football Club.
Staff were told today that editor Maurice O'Brien had left the company. It follows an internal company investigation and a full front page apology. Mr O' Brien had run the newsdesk at the Chronicle since 1997, before before being promoted to editor earlier this year at the age of 64.
Red Funnel's Red Falcon ship is due to re-launch today after a £2 million refurbishment. There's a new sun deck, lounges and more information screens on board. Internal seating has increased by 55%.
David Cameron visited Vodafone in Newbury today - where the company announced a £100 million pound investment in High Street shops over the next year. He praised the company and shared a few jokes with staff.
Newbury-based Vodafone has announced a £100 million pound investment in High Street shops over the next year. The company's UK base is in the town - and the Prime Minister is there today, meeting staff.
Vodafone has a long association with Newbury. The company began its life there - and the first mobile phone call was made from London to Newbury in 1985. Today's announcement means 150 new retail shops - and 1,400 more jobs.
Talks that could have saved Manston Airport in Kent from closure have collapsed. Meridian sources say negotiations between the airport's owners and a potential buyer broke up in disagreement over the asking price of around 8 million pounds.
But we understand there's a second potential investor who could yet salvage the deal. Our reporter Nashreen Issa has the story.